PhotoBangkok Night (with post-screening discussion)
Discussion to be conducted primarily in English.
Special Measures- Keep your masks on at all times
- No smoking, eating or drinking. Unauthorised photo-taking, audio and/or video recording is strictly forbidden.
- Cinema staff have the right to deny the admission of any person with temperature higher than 37.5°C.
This selection consists of a variety of narratives by a diverse range of photographers, including Thailand’s photo-artist veteran Manit Sriwanichpoom who needs no introduction, as well as mid-career photo-artists such as Miti Ruangkritya, Viriya Chotpanyavisut, Ekkarat Punyatara, Pakorn Musikaboonlert and Piyatat Hemmatat, who are amongst the usual suspects. The works cover issues arising from the current pandemic, socio-political commentary, abstract experimentation, and documentary and conceptual photography
On view are also outstanding works by independent young Thai photo-artists who deserve our attention and continued support: Kamonlak Sukchai, Parn Poparisuth, Ram Kanjanavanit, Harit Srikhao, Kanrapee Chokpaiboon, and Jakkrit Moungpueak.
Through this selection, we aim at providing the Hong Kong audience an inclusive representation of the contemporary photography movement in Thailand–– a photographic community that we believe is active and healthy despite the current hardship.
Chao Thai Jao Aoey ｜Kamonlak Sukchai
The Good Place｜Kanrapee Chokpaiboon
We Are Not Alone ｜Supakorn Tanongka
Red Pilgrimage｜Parn Poparisuth
Memento Mori｜Sanpat Vadhanasingha
Subconsciously Cloned｜Chantisa Decaux
Burning Love｜Ram Kanjanavanit
A Boy Who Was Kidnapped by Time ｜ Harit Srikhao
Fading Away ｜ Ekkarat Punyatara
The Last Man and the End of His Story ｜ Manit Sriwanichpoom
Sathorn Sunset no. 1 ｜ Miti Ruangkritya
Portraits of Imperishable Beauty｜Pakorn Musikaboonlert
Late Summer in Bangkok｜Viriya Chotpanyavisut