Sebastião Salgado is one of the word’s greatest living photographers. In the past three decades, he has traveled to more than 100 countries for his photographic projects. Breaking down barriers, he lives with his subjects for weeks, immersing himself in their environments. He sees himself as a participant entering their story. Within a single frame, he captures the fragility and the fortitude of the human spirit.
For his first major exhibition in Thailand, the photographer presents iconic black-and-white images from his most influential series: Workers (1986-1992), Exodus (1993 - 1999) and Genesis (2004 - 2011). A portfolio of of 20 prints titled Other Americas will also be
on view. From hauntingly beautiful images of disappearing landscapes to scenes chronicling the mass displacement of people across the globe, each of his works is infused with empathy and respect.