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Italian photographer captures the struggle of a centuries-old Bangkok community as it tries to stave off its demolition.

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Great emotion and great satisfaction. Two projects presented and two awards. Even greater satisfaction with the fact that they are two projects that I care a lot about. And one of these, the one dedicated to the Thai Khon dance is still...

Thank you Lensculture to select my Tattoo project to be published in the Competition Gallery of the LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards 2018, visible to anyone visiting the website. The Competition Gallery is a group of well-kept images s...

I can see some challenging images here, and it seems to me you are a talented and creative photographer with high aesthetic criteria and also a sensitive person with social concerns. Your pictures are individual shots, but they are share...

https://www.bangkokpost.com/lifestyle/art/1398454/under-siege

The Pom Mahakan cocommunity as seen through the lens of Bangkok-based Italian photographer Jan Daga is a village "under siege" where resilience meets heartbreak. The time-honou...

It's 2am. A girl connects in a video. She is dressed normal. Maybe a little sexy, wearing shorts and a small t-shirt. She is connected by her home in a remote village, in the rice fields. The walls are made of wood and you can see a bed...

During the thai Songkran Festival, villagers often kill a pig to eat with the family. It is not a barbarian practice, the pig dies in a few seconds and in these villages it is really a luxury to be able to eat one. For this reason it is...

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