It's an exciting month ahead for the city's best art galleries. 

September sees Bangkok's best galleries play host to a diverse mixture of international and local photographers. Here are the pick of the exhibitions taking place.  

Political Landscape

South Korean Yong Hwan Lee's photos question the construction of superficial landscapes as a form of propaganda through juxtapositions of the real and virtual. Until Sep 30

RMA Institute, 238 Sukhumvit Soi 22, 02-663-0809. Open Tue-Sun 9am-7pm

Hope Land

American photographer Adam Birkan's latest exhibition of shots taken entirely from his 34th-floor apartment window in upper Sukhumvit, looking at life through pastel colors and minimalist compositions. See more photos hereSep 2-24

Jam, 41 Charoen Rat Soi 1, 083-5451-833. Open Tue-Sun 6pm-midnight. BTS Surasak. 

Unseen Lithuania

Lithuanian aerial photographer Marius Jovaisa gives a glimpse of his native country’s singular geography, from the capital city of Vilnius and its Old Town to the Dunes of Neringa and the Baltic Sea, through vivid and saturated photographs. With a talk on opening night. Sep 6-23

House of Lucie, 1 Ekkamai Soi 8, 095-478-9987. Open Tue-Sat 11am-7pm. BTS Ekkamai. 

The State of Innocence

With a style likened to the late Ren Heng, photographers Sophirat Muangkum, who’s previously shot for Vogue Italia, and Pokchat Worasub strip back and expose all in this exhibition inspired by the vulnerability of the human body. Sep 9-Oct 5

Rebel Art Space, 10/5 Sukhumvit Soi 67. Open Tue-Sat 10am-7pm. BTS Phra Khanong 

A Trace of Mortality

Leading Malaysian contemporary photographer Eiffel Chong displays 15 pieces of work from throughout his career so far, captured in a distinct style exploring what would the world be like after all the hustle is over. Sep 9-Oct 28

Kathmandu Photo Gallery, 87 Pan Rd., 087-112-7774. Open Tue-Sat 11am-6pm. BTS Surasak