RMA Institute Gallery

Sukhumvit 22 Open Tues-Sun, 4pm-7pm April 4-28 Call 02-663-0809

RMA Institute Gallery presents "Maya Tattva-Vaisraddi: Illusion and the Science of Reality", a collection of digital photo-montages by New York-based artist Bruce Gundersen which were inspired by the flora and fauna of Southeast Asia.

The Tattva-Vaisraddi of the title refers to an ancient Indian text on the workings of the natural world. Gundersen explores a landscape animated by forces not visible to the sensory eye. It represents a layering of the seen world, with glimpses of metaphysical energies and actions which flow, thinly veiled, behind a sensory landscape where realities are plural and relative.

Thavibu Gallery

3rd floor, Silom Galleria, Silom Road Open Mon-Sat, 11am-7pm April 27-May 5 Call 02-266-5454

"A Tale of Two Tribes" is an exhibition of oil paintings by Myanmar artist Zaw Win Pe and Vietnamese artist Nguyen Quang Huy. It features a series of images depicting highland landscapes in the two countries and portraits of hilltribe residents of these areas.

DOB Hualamphong Gallery

Rama IV Road Open Tues-Sun, 10.30am-7pm April 2-May 12 Call 02-237-5592_4

The latest work by talented young photographer Anak Navaraj has been brought together for an exhibition called "Journey" which proposes that a journey does not have to be about reaching a destination, that the ultimate goal of such an endeavour can be to appreciate as deeply as possible the experiences which one has along the way.

Java Jazz Cafe & Wine Bistro

2/F Hua Hin Village Market Phetkasem Road, Hua Hin March 28, 6-7.30pm Call 032-526-169 or 089-249-1018

Jacky Phaengtho's newest collection incorporates "large ladies", colourful musicians, sea shells and planet paintings.

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan Until May 5 Call 02-287-0942

BACC presents an exhibition entitled "Possession (1)" 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 participating artists respond to "high" and "low" technology and its effects 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 Open Mon-Sat, 9am-7pm March 29-May 18 Call 02-218-2965

The brainchild of Kamin Lertchaiprasert, "Non-being By Itself" is an exhibition of short films created by cultural activists, young artists and others in order to share their experiences about social and/or cultural change.

These 10-minute films were made using different techniques and media, including mobile phones, digital and professional-standard cameras. Each participant has interviewed people with different careers and from varied backgrounds about the people who have most inspired them and the reasons why.

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