Centre of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University Mon-Fri 10am-7pm, Sat 9am-4pm Until June 14 Call 02-218-2964-5
An exhibition “Under The Radar” presents a mixture of paintings, installations and mixed-media works from a group of six young artists who are graduates from non-mainstream art schools in Thailand. These works explore the possibility of Thai contemporary art being able to avoid the reproduction of institutionalised mainstream art.
100 Tonson Gallery
Soi Tonson, Phloenchit Road Until June 15 Open Thurs-Sun, 11am-7pm Call 02-684-1527
100 Tonson Gallery presents Utai Nopsiri’s “Capturing Moments”, an exhibition of eight abstract teak sculptures. They reflect aspects of the 44-year-old artist’s view of life as often seen through the lens of Eastern philosophy, particularly Buddhism and Taoism.
Pullman Bangkok King Power Hotel Rang Nam Road Until May 31 Open daily, 6pm-2am Call 02-680-9999
French artist Bilou’s new collection of zebra paintings are, in a way, about people. Done in 3D with a new technique of applying acrylic paint to balsa wood and flattened paper, the different stripes represent the personality, character and emotions and also the complexity and innate mystery of human beings.
919/1 Silom Rd, Jewellery Trade Centre, 4th floor Until May 24 Open Mon-Sat, 11am-7pm Call 02-266-5454
Thavibu Gallery presents “Burma: The Quiet Violence”, a series of 38 political paintings by Myint Swe, executed between 1995 and 2005, that reflect the artist’s concerns about the detention of Aung San Suu Kyi and the discouraging socio-political environment in his native Myanmar.