Thai photographer Manit Sriwanichpoom took photo portraits of 60 people for his latest show, Ordinary/Extraoridinary.  The sixty faces he chose are all of people who live near Manit's studio on soi Onnuj, Bangkok.  Their faces tell the story of his neighborhood--hardship, migration and diversity.  Though Manit has worked previously as a photojournalist, his various photography projects can  be characterized as satirical, protest, documentary or conceptual.  His show at Tang Contemporary Art, Silom Galleria, Bangkok ends February 20, 2007. 

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25 Jan 2007

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Bangkok Post, 25 Jan 2007, Section Outlook, p. 1

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