Dozen of unfinished and abandoned structures haunt Bangkok’s skyline. Started in the mid-1990s, many of these building were never used as luxury hotels or fancy apartments. Today – after the 1997 Asia debt crisis – they are the modern ruins of contemporary Bangkok’s landscape. Traces of abandon in a big city of almost 9 million of people can give signs of individual and private solitude, a feeling that the Canadian photographer Liam Morgan is showing in his last work “Abandon/Decay” exhibited at Kathmandu Photo Gallery in Bangkok.
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