Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan Until Feb 17 Call 02-287-0942

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre presents "Siam App Exhibition" (Siam Application/Appreciate/Apply). This exhibition promotes the value, beauty and knowledge of Thai art through the works of 50 new artists. Inspired by religion and local culture, the exhibition traces the development of Thai art and related techniques and procedures from ancient times, as well as the activities of these artists.

La Lanta Fine Art

245/14 Sukhumvit Soi 31 Tues-Sat, 10am-7pm Until March 7 Call 02-204-0583

La Lanta Fine Art presents the Thailand debut exhibition of Hong Kong photographer Wing Chan.

Wing Chan's abstract photomontages reflect his ability to create novel, dynamic compositions from the harsh geometries of urban landscape. His expressionism merges images of neglected architecture, commerce and waste with a modern aesthetic that frees the content from its original utility to reveal extraordinary beauty and emotion.

100 Tonson Gallery

Soi Tonson, Phloenchit Road Thurs-Sun, 11am-7pm Until April 7 Call 02-684-1527

100 Tonson Gallery is marking its 10th anniversary this year with "Holy-Production", a solo mixed-media exhibition by talented young Thai artist Prateep Suthathongthai.

Prateep received a great deal of positive feedback for his work in the exhibition "Take/Turn" in 2009. The artist focuses on people's faith, beliefs, and credulity in Thai society.

He provides an example of sacred amulet online marketing trends, which have been appraised based on demand and speculation.

Koi Art Gallery

43/12 Sukhumvit Soi 31 11am-7pm Until Feb 28 Call 02-662-3218

Koi Art Gallery presents "Ballad Of The Black Cloud", an art exhibition by Pom Jitpratuk, artist and designer with a degree in graphic design from Central St Martins College of Art and Design in London.

In this exhibition, the artist uses illustration techniques to reveal the true colours that would normally be kept deep down inside due to social restrictions and cultural norms.

The artist has created this unique set of works with the simple intention of asking the viewing public to accept individuals the way they are.

H Gallery

Sathon Soi 12 Wed-Mon, 10am-6pm Until March 3 Call 081-310-4428

H Project Space presents a site-specific, kinetic installation by the Seattle-based artist Mark Von Rosenstiel. Mark has been resident in Bangkok to further explore his interest in relationships between our perception and physical experience of time and place.

"This time we feel, this time we see" is a drawing machine which functions according to live video feeds from the street of H Gallery and CCTV footage of Bangkok. Visualising the passage and sensation of time, the machine creates an analogy for our perception of the shifting conditions of our surroundings. Mark is interested in disparities between our micro and macro experience of time passing, and "this time we feel, this time we see" traces how we affect and are affected by the immediate and larger contexts of place and space.