A tale of two cities in black and white.

A tale of two cities in black and white.


Photography exhibition by Nantawat Boramanand

at “Central : Original Store” on #1266 Charoenkrung Rd., 4th floor

from 16- 28 August, 2022.

All proceeds from photograph and program book sales without expense deduction will be donated to “Voice of Love” program of the Thai Deaf People’s Foundation to sponsor “cochlear implant” operations that enable the deaf to hear. 

Professor Nantawat Boramanan, former Dean of the faculty of Law, Chulalongkorn University, is a keen photographer. His B&W photograph exhibition last year raised 702,720 Bht for the Thailand Association of the Blind on Dec. 1st, 2021. 

Please visit this charity photograph exhibition and join hands once again this time to help the deaf hear as you enjoy Prof. Nantawat’s very beautiful and unique images.

Life has to go on and we have to do our best not to leave those less fortunate than ourselves behind.

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