Koi Art Gallery

Sukhumvit Soi 31 Open daily, 11am-7pm Until Oct 30 Call 02-662-3218

"Games Of Desire" is a solo exhibition of the latest artworks by rising Thai artist Kowit Wattanarach. In this exhibition, the artist exposes the lure brought forth by beauty and desire, diving beyond the surface of charming illusion. Kowit captures the essence of temptation through oil paintings, emphasising beauty and gaze with subliminal symbols fused into the works. In viewing the series at first instance, the viewers are drawn to the bold sexual connotations present. The purposeful parting of the lips, an innocent gaze and sexual appeal are meticulously painted to produce a series of breathtaking works.

H Gallery

Sathon Soi 12 Wed-Mon, 10am-6pm Until Sep 29 Call 081-310-4428

H Project Space presents an international collaboration, planned site-specifically. Mairin Grant is based in Ireland and Kenji Nagai in Japan. Both artists exchange and respond to each other's art as an ongoing project of mutual influence that began four years ago.

The collaboration started when Mairin first met Kenji in Europe and later visited Japan where she became influenced by Shinto culture, the spiritual practice of linking the present with the past that reflects ideas about the elements and seasons of nature.

Eat Me

Convent Road, Silom 3pm-1am Until Oct 5 Call 02-238-0931

Eat Me restaurant presents an exhibition by three artists who explore the contemporary resonances of images of cities and architecture.

Chris Shaw-Hughes creates iconic drawings based on photographs of places that have suffered traumatic events. Michael Lee's stark paintings of architectural plans are a ghostly meditation on the ideals of the built environment. And Ronnaphop Terchawong isolates details of the urban landscape on large canvases to alienating, but quietly poignant, effect.

La Lanta Fine Art

245/14 Sukhumvit Soi 31 Tue-Sat, 10am-7pm Today until OCt 24 Call 02-204-0583

The Young Programme 2013 includes paintings and mixed media by emerging Thai artists Sinit Sae Jia, Pitch Tangpun, Wipoosana Supanakorn, Aranya Khunchawattichai and Jiratchaya Pripwai.

La Lanta Fine Art's Young Programme is an initiative to seek, discover and promote the work of young artists from countries in Asia, aiming to take a proactive role to reach out and nurture new talent, and at the same time providing a platform for art experiments and new ideas.