Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan Until May 5 Call 02-287-0942
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) presents "Possession (1)" _ an international exhibition that explores the potential for artists to work with questions of authorship and subjectivity, whilst engaging with the pervasive influence of internet culture and contemporary visual reproduction.
The artists in this exhibition respond to high and low technology and its affects in terms of the capacity for infinite reproduction, the predominance of virtuality and the non-hierarchical character of how we consume images and representation.
The Art Centre
Centre of Academic Resources Chulalongkorn University Mon-Sat, 9am-7pm March 29-May 18 Call 02-218-2965
The Art Centre presents "Non-being By Itself" by Kamin Lertchaiprasert. The exhibition features short films by cultural activists, young artists and common people who are interested in sharing their experiences.
Each person is engrossed in social and cultural change and is capable of expressing his or her thoughts through 10-minute short films, using different techniques and media, including mobile phones, digital cameras, professional cameras etc. Everyone chooses a person who inspires them to reveal his or her way of life. In addition, participants will help interview people with different careers and backgrounds about those who inspire them and the reasons why.
Koi Art Gallery
43/12 Sukhumvit Soi 31 11am-7pm Until March 31 Call 02-662-3218
Koi Art Gallery presents "Inner Soul", a solo exhibition of works by Thai artist Attasit Pokpong. This exhibition explores the beauty of the Asian woman, both inside and out. The artist presents close-up portraits of women unmistakably Oriental in their features, but universal in their unassuming beauty, which appeals to all viewers, regardless of race or background.
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 young and talented Thai artist Prateep Suthathongthai. Prateep received 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 online marketing trends in the trading of sacred amulets, which have been appraised based on demand and speculation.
3rd floor, Silom Galleria, Silom Road Mon-Sat, 11am-7pm April 27-May 5 Call 02-266-5454
Thavibu Gallery presents "A Tale Of Two Tribes". This exhibition features oil paintings by the internationally known Myanmar artist Zaw Win Pe and Vietnamese artist Nguyen Quang Huy _ with a series of highland landscapes in the two countries and portraits of the people residing in these hilltribe areas.