BANGKOK — Life is transient, yet its fleeting glimpses can be captured. Three photographers from various backgrounds share their perspectives on the matter through their works.

It may be impermanent, but life has interesting views to explore. Christian Hogue, Yossawat Kasemthirakun and Zuzanna Kowalska took photos from different places in the world to reflect patterns of life and combined them in a photography exposition.

New Zealand-born artist Christian Hogue captured the tranquility of beauty and the cycle of life. Skeletons are used to represent humans hidden souls, which some might not find until their very last day.

Thai photographer Yossawat Kasemthirakun reflected the tragic fates of animals being sacrificed in rituals, humans’ raw instincts exposed through his lens.



Polish artist Zuzanna Kowalska depicted the 2015 earthquake in Nepal , when humans learned they cannot control nature. Ruined locations are still waiting to be revived and restored along with humans’ emotions.

The exhibition launches at 7pm on Nov. 19, and runs through Jan. 3, 2017 at Kalwit Studio & Gallery on Wireless Road which is a short motorcycle ride away or 15-minute walk from BTS Phloen Chit.