An exhibition of a Canadian photographer’s work
The showing is called “Liquid Bangkok” and demonstrates the way the capital’s waterways collide with the environment and the crises that ensues.
The exhibition features numerous photos of old, decaying houses, trees and canals, along with pollution of the waters.
Bangkok waterways have always been a part of its urban landscape and history. Pelling uses them to contrast two aspects of the city: the beautiful and the problematic.
Next weekend, take a solo trip or bring some friends to Soy Sauce Factory and go explore the Bangkok waters. Admission is free.
You can see Tim Pelling’s exhibition at:
Soi Rong Nam Khaeng 1