The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre together with 20 other galleries have inundated the city with photo exhibitions that stay up right through till Sep 9. If you haven’t seen them already, here’s what’s still out there during PhotoBangkok.


Neon Diary by Tachpasit Kunaporn

The International Center of Photography graduate’s latest series of photos looks at neon light and the deceptive tricks it plays on our eyes—with an underlying context of life and death.
Through Sep 2. The Jam Factory, Charoen Nakhon Rd., 02-861-0950. Free.

Photography Art Exhibition by Derek Brown

The American photographer presents images on self-esteem development, lesbians, Thai tomboy culture and the conflicts between LGBTQ-friendly environments and conservative ideology.
Aug 16-Sep 23, Wishbeer Garden, Charoen Nakorn Soi 13, 02-392- 1403. Free.

40 Years of Panorama Photography: Life with the FT-2

Russian photographer Jaroslav Poncar takes the viewer on his 40-year journey with a single camera, the Soviet-era FT-2.
Through Aug 26. Serindia Gallery, Charoenkrung Rd., 02-238-6410. Free.

A Life in Shadows by Constantine Korsovitis

The Australian artist documents in 30 images how the ancient art of puppet theater endures in Southeast Asia.
Aug 4-26. RCAC, Ratchadamnoen Klang Ave., 02-422-8827. Free.

Biliad / 12 Degrees of Architecture & Nature

The American architectural photographer presents images of buildings and landscapes throughout Asia, the Middle East and America.
Through Sep 9. River City Bangkok, Yotha Rd., 02-237-0077. Free.

Otherwise Inside by Samak Kosem

The photographer examines LGBT issues in Thailand’s Deep South where the queerness contradicts Muslim society.
Through Aug 26, WTF Cafe & Gallery, Sukhumvit Soi 51, 02-662-6246. Free.

Credit:  Jittiwat Jantayanee


Borderline by Ti Foster

The striking furniture showroom slash gallery’s latest exhibition features the work of British photographer Ti Foster and images taken from 1991-1998.
Through Sep 8. PT-Gallery, Charoenkrung Soi 30, 02-266-4344. Free