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'Shophouses' by Peter Nitsch Captures Bangkok as a Living, Cramped Space

 - Jul 11, 2010
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Peter Nitsch’s 'Shophouses' photographs show a living space collection that depicts Bangkok as a beehive. 4x8 meters -- the cramped dimensions of an average Bangkok shophouse -- are used both as a retail space and a home. As lovingly-photographed still life portraits by German artist Peter Nitsch, shophouses are family homes that are open to the world -- private and public, at once a market and a sanctuary of peace.

'Shophouses' by Peter Nitsch will be exhibited in Bangkok this August with the support of the German embassy in Bangkok.

More Infos can be found at the photographers website: www.peternitsch.com