Charoen Krung Soi 36 Tue-Sun, 11am-8pm Tomorrow to June 30 Call 02-238-6410
Choindongiin Khurelbaatar is one of the most acclaimed Mongolian painters. He graduated from the Ilya Repin Academy of Fine Arts in St Petersburg, and studied under one of Russia's most renowned painters Victor M. Oreshnikov (1904-1987). Decorated with Mongolia's National State Award, the Pole Star, Ch. Khurelbaatar was invited to exhibit in major cultural cities around the world. His sought-after oil paintings are unmistakable _ the stillness of his fine brush and the colours emote a spiritual calmness of the grasslands of his home.
Sathon Soi 12 Wed-Mon, 10am-6pm May 30-June 30 Call 081-310-4428
H Project Space presents "A Spatial Experiment" _ a special project by artist and performer Henry Tan. Engaging with recent trends and critical debate in participatory art and social practice, Tan has invited designers, writers, musicians and other practitioners to create works in the elegant but demanding environment of H Project Space.
The Rooftop Gallery
Sukhumvit Soi 55 Wed-Fri, 12-7pm Until June 10 Call 086-533-0402
The Rooftop Gallery presents "Night Shift", a group exhibition of multimedia works by Thai artists curated by Yvonne Liang. Each work deals with a different aspect of nightlife, ranging from images of lonely beggars on a moonlit street to restless partygoers caught in a candid moment. The photos are inspired by urban life, exploring the diversity of human activity and inactivity that occurs at night. A myriad of human emotions are captured by the artists.
100 Tonson Gallery
Soi Tonson, Phloenchit Road Open Thurs-Sun, 11am-7pm Until June 16 Call 02-684-1527
"Time Remapping" showcases the works of two young artists _ Thailand's Wit Pimkanchanapong and Japan's Ryusuke Kido. The exhibition was inspired by a rubber plantation the two artists visited on a 300km bicycle trip along Thailand's East Coast. Both artists share an interest in the transformation of rubber from liquid to solid, a process capturing the tensions between nature and human development. The concept of time is critical to their pieces _ stopping, hiding, speeding or slowing.
139/5 Witthayu Road Tue-Sun, 10am-7pm Until June 10 Call 086-601-7111
Galerie N presents "Sorry! Life In Progress", a graduate thesis by Bussaraporn Thongchai. This offers us a chance to see her workplace, her daily life and her process of creating art. Meet this talented young lady who is well known for her unique drawings and interpretations of women. Prior to this, Bussaraporn had two solo exhibitions, "All About Her" and "The Man Number 10". She won the Brand New Artist Award in 2009 and was selected as one of 25 artists for an exhibition at the Singapore Art Museum.