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The human costs of Southeast Asia’s ice epidemic Ice, crystal, shabu. Called by these and other names, crystal methamphetamine use is reaching epidemic levels over a wide swathe of Southeast Asian society, from homeless children in Cambodia, prostitutes in Laos, and sweatshop workers in Myanmar to locals in Thailand.   Benjamin Haselberg is a German photojournalist based in Bangkok. More of his works here : http://www.benjaminhaselberger.com At Cho Why Gallery from 13th to 15th January 2017. Opening on 13th at 9.30pm. Map to Cho Why Gallery Here
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Summer holidays are coming soon. For those who are going to fly back to south of France, the schedule and guests of Les rencontres photographiques d’Arles is now known. Find out here which photographers’ masterpieces you are going to discover or rediscover !
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In March Photography is vibrant in Bangkok ! You will have many opportunities to discover strength and passion in photograhy. Metamorphosis, by Olga Volodina, Yen Akart Art Villa Gallery, March 10-24 The Journey, Walter Astrada, Cho Why, March 11th onwards Find out more informations about these exhibitions here.
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Jean Sébastien Faure, French photographer who has been living for 4 years in Bangkok, comes back downtown with his works. Lonely in Bangkok will be held at Kathmandu Gallery from 9th January 2016. See you there !
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Submit your best shots of Bangkok Riverside here. Submissions accepted October – November 2015 Exhibition December 2015 Every day, people take to the Chao Phraya River. Whether it is to commute to work, pray at the riverside temples, visit palaces, shop at local markets or boutiques, relax in luxury hotels, or wander historic neighbourhoods and old town streets, the activities of Bangkok’s citizens are made possible by the river. The capital’s main waterway is the lifeblood of the city connecting history and culture, industry and economy, leisure and tourism. The majestic river is at the center of the capital’s urban ecosystem. And it is time to help it tell its stories.  
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Went to the opening ceremony of “Rediscovering Thai Masters of Photography”  at Bangkok University Gallery on Saturday. A great occasion to discover masterpieces of thai photography collected by Manit Sriwanichpoon, photographer known for his Pink series and his gallery “Kathmandou” (Pan Road) . This project called “Seeking forgotten thai photographers” began in 2010 as he was looking for thai photography as a support to teach students.   I have specially enjoyed the series of Rong Wong-Savun (1932-2009) about Memorial Bridge and Din Daeng dump site. The exhibition in going on until October 3rd. If you like W&B photography, don’t miss it ! More information and location here.
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A chance to see the works of Thai photographers ! One of the main exhibitions at Bangkok Photography Festival 2015 Rediscovering Forgotten Thai Master of Photography. This current exhibition contains the work of seven Thai masters of photography: Buddhadasa Bhikku (1906-1993), Mom Luang Toy Xoomsai (1906-1961), Liang Ewe (1911-1992), Saengjun Limlohakul (1924-1997), S.H. Lim (1930-present), Rong Wong-savun (1932-2009) and Pornsak Sakdaenprai (1938-present). From September 19 until October 31, 2015. Location : Bangkok University Gallery (BUG), 2-4/F, BU International College Building (Bld.7), 119 Rama 4 Rd., 02-350-3626. Open Tue-Sat 10am-7pm.
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