Sukhumvit Soi 22 Open Tues-Sun, 4-7pm Until July 7 Call 02-663-0809
RMA Institute Gallery presents "The Elusive Memories", an exhibition by painter Angkrit Ajchariyasophon. The artist expresses his understanding of the philosophy of space and time, as he connects his past, his present and even his future in his works.
3rd floor, Silom Galleria, Silom Road Mon-Sat, 11am-7pm June 15-July 31 Call 02-266-5454
Thavibu Gallery presents the "Buffalo's Heart" exhibition, which showcases photos and mosaics by Maitree Siriboon as well as a performance on the opening day.
The performances include a video screening as well as live Isan music and dances. Maitree is one of Thailand's leading young artists whose works have been shown internationally. Hailing from the Northeast, his exhibition pays tribute to, and uses the imagery of the buffalo as a symbol in a cultural and historical perspective.
Serindia Gallery, OP Garden 4
Charoen Krung Soi 36 Tue-Sun, 11am-8pm Until June 30 Call 02-238-6410
Serindia Gallery presents a collection of works by Choindongiin Khurelbaatar, one of the most acclaimed Mongolian painters. He graduated from the Ilya Repin Academy of Fine Arts, St Petersburg, and studied under Victor M Oreshnikov, one of Russia's most renowned painters. Decorated with Mongolia's highest national award, the Polar Star, Khurelbaatar has been invited to exhibit in major cultural centres around the world. His sought-after oil works are unmistakable _ the steadiness of his fine brush and colours evoke the spiritual calmness of the grasslands of his homeland.
Sathon Soi 12 Wed-Mon, 10am-6pm Until June 30 Call 081-310-4428
H Project Space presents "A Spatial Experiment" _ a project by artist and performer Henry Tan. Engaging in recent trends and critical debates about participatory art and social practice, Tan has invited designers, writers, musicians and others to create in the elegant but demanding environment of H Project Space.
338 OIDA Gallery
Pongamorn Building, Rama IV Road Open Wed-Sun, 1-5pm Until Aug 6 Call 090-198-8749
338 OIDA Gallery presents "Trans-structurity", a new project by Thasnai Sethaseree, an emerging artist who was educated in Chicago.
The show reflects the concept of fear through sculptures, installations, two-dimensional images and light-box pieces. By blurring the boundaries between disciplines, the ephemeral nature of this project makes visible the impurity of fear, and turns it into a temporary moment that can be continually changed.
The crucial questions this project raises are centred around the politics of fear and suppression in relation to risks represented and misrepresented by institutional agencies, to our understanding of how realistic the politically fearful climate of paranoia and distrust is.