Kasemsan Soi 2, Rama I Open daily Until March 3 Call 02-612-6741
"Safe Place in the Future (?)" is an exhibition to coherently emphasise the artists' interpretation of core issues about the concept of a "safe place". In addition to the exhibition, this event will include a lecture series, discussions, and film events that are intended to broaden discussion and bridge dialogues between art and social issues.
All 11 local and international artists participate in showing their strong visions. They call upon viewers to raise questions and awareness.
Maneeya Centre Building, Phloenchit Road Until Dec 14 Call 02 260-5820 ext. 124
The FCCT and photo agency OnAsia are pleased to announce the Sixth Annual FCCT Photojournalism Awards, the premier photojournalism contest in Asia. The judges will be looking for images or essays on topics that impact our lives in significant ways as well as investigative reportage involving important issues, especially where such photography is part of a significant body of work.
Photos must be submitted by noon on Dec 14. Winners will be announced early next year. Photographers can enter by submitting images online at: fcct.onasia.lightrocketmedia.com.
139/5 Witthayu Road Tue-Sun, 10am-7pm Until Dec 25 Call 086-601-7111
Galerie N presents "In Change" by Boonchuay Kerdree. In this exhibition, he employs mixed-media painting to portray his experiences and highlight how change occurs in life. The artist uses symbols to express internal quietness. Sometimes it is an unknown sentiment that arises from unexpected circumstances, one that lingers in the subconscious and defies explanation. Today's world is full of conflicting and bewildering changes _ mankind is undergoing a metamorphosis, as is Mother Nature, and a balance is being sought. The exhibition reflects the reality of change in every breath, in every moment.
Bangkok University Gallery
119 Rama IVUntil Dec 13 Tues-Sat (10am-7pm) Call 02-350-3626
Bangkok University Gallery presents "Transnational Narrations: Paperworks", a multimedia art discourse of transnational culture. There will be more than 30 pieces on display by 25 artists from 16 countries, curated by Kevin Power, British curator and art critic, and Monica Carballas, Spanish curator and former deputy director and exhibition coordinator of the Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid.
The Art Centre
Centre of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University Mon-Fri 10am-7pm, Sat 9am-4pm Dec 1-Jan 16 Call 02-218-2964-5
"Thai Na Town _ Little Oz" is an international art project by Vipoo Srivilasa, aiming to address Thai and Australian expats' experiences of migration and cultural shifts, while promoting the importance of culture and the places we call home.