Maxine Helfman, “Historical Correction” – photo exhibition

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Maxine Helfman is a brilliant American artist brimming with an amazing array of thought provoking concepts and shocking interaction of ideas all in one image. This exhibition of Historical Correction is a symbolism of slaves dressing in the garments of their masters.
The collages are of US Presidents, who were all slave owners, in spite of their promoting freedom for all people

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IPA 2014 Best of show

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Curated by David Clarke,
Head of Photography Emeritus, Tate

Work by the following Photographers:

Erik Almas, K.M. Asad, Ernesto Benavides, Sarah Borst, Renée C. Byer, Alfredo Casas, Rahat Amin Chowdhury, Chris Crisman, Rudi Dundas, Aristide Economopoulos, Dave Engledow, Malgorzata Fober, Francesc Fratto, Troy Goodall, Sabine Hartl & Olaf-Daniel Meyer, Maxine Helfman, Matt Hoyle, Joseph Goh Meng Huat, Wei Jen, Hengki Koentjoro, Mark Mawson, Didier Mayhew, Stephen McCarthy, Paolo Messina, Paolo Messina, Tseng Chi Ming, RJ Muna, Nish Nalbandian, Nick Ng, Mattia Passarini, Madame Peripetie, Tine Poppe, Alessandro Puccinelli, Sandro, Lisa Sibley, Larry K. Snider, Akira Takaue, Paul Wakefield, Oliver Weiken, Xiaoxiao Xu, Erberto Zani, Barbara Zanon, Alessandro Zanoni.

China-IPA Best of Show:
Curated by: Mr. zhensheng Li

Yuxi Si, Wangjing, Guanghua Yu, Wanglu, Jiashuo, Zengyi, CheeKeong Lim, Shuliang Xia, Joseph Hsu, Tianqiutao Chen , CheeKeong Lim, Wangqing, Siyuan Gao, Dengwei Zhang, Mingmin Zhang, Chengbin Zhang, Siyuan Gao, Jinjun Di, Ajax Lee, ZeqiLiu and Chenrui

http://www.photoawards.com/en/Pages/bos/index.php

Popup (cash) bar by Le Flux Asia

*Wednesday Dec. 10th is a National holiday (Constitution Day)

Px3 Annual Exhibition 2014 in Bangkok

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You are invited to the Annual Px3 Exhibition, Prix de la Photographie Paris.

Friday, 17 Oct 2014, 8-10 PM
Showcasing 40 of the best images from this year’s contest, selected by our special guest curators Daphne Angles and Bill Hunt.

Rooftop Gallery, BANGKOK, THAILAND
Thonglor between soi 14-16

Fluxus agency – Media Production & Rental Space

Fluxus agency can source professional photographers / videographers for your visual needs (events, product, fashion, interiors, architecture, jewelry, etc.)

With more than 22 years of experience as photographer / contents producer, Vincent Sung can supervise or shoot your product(s) / brand(s) to achieve the highest quality visuals …

In partnership with Rooftop studio (Thonglor) and Soy Sauce Factory (Chinatown), we have at your disposition:

– professional rental studio with pro lightings (we can also rent additional specific lights & equipment for your visual requirements)

– a team of creatives; from animation to commercial videographers & photographers, graphic designers, grafitti artists

– customized set for TVC, photo shoots and more

– production in Bangkok and all over Thailand (fixers and local producers)

From Tungsten to HMI or flash to LED lights, we listen to your visual wishes and can create them on location or in studio/interiors as well as offering retouching services.

For TV commercial to movie castings, to clothes fitting or private events, to test launching in small group; we scout the best venues in Bangkok and our flagship art space – Soy Sauce Factory is available for rent as multi-usage space for your company event / launch.

Soy Sauce Factory art space: the first floor serves as an art gallery with monthly rotating exhibitions & a casual bar / kitchenette

From our H.Q. in Thonglor, our design team is working on Mac stations, creating stunning designs (logo, fliers, brochures, annual reports), or retouching the latest images for your advertising campaign.

Inquiries: lefluxbangkok@gmail.com

+66(0)813 012 669

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http://www.vincentsung.com

TCDC (Thailand Culture & Design Center)

TCDC

Asia’s largest design library, the Thailand Creative & Design Center, aims to boost the creative sector, and welcomes designers, architects, photographers, filmmakers, etc. Few costs were spared here, which is apparent in the cohesive design of the building. Designed as a creative workspace, visitors can either choose to enjoy the extensive collection or to meet with colleagues to brainstorm in the meeting rooms. Affordable daily and weekly passes are available for jet-setting creatives.

622 Sukhumvit Soi 24
+6626647667
BTS Sukhumvit Line to Phrom Phong
Tue–Sun 10.30 am to 9 pm