Thai Politics no. 6
Miti Ruangkritya, Thailand
Approximately 20 by 20cm, soft cover and stapled
4 pages and 4 images (including cover)
Editor: Miti Ruangkritya
Publication date/place: 2019 / Bangkok, Thailand
Edition: 500 all signed and numbered by the author
Thai Politics no.6 is a photographic series that examines three closed 7-Eleven convenience stores – taken during the military imposed curfew in 2014.
On 23rd May 2014, a day after Prayut Chan-o-cha (Commander of the Royal Thai Army) launched a coup d’etat, the Thai army imposed a nationwide curfew, barring people from the streets between 10pm and 5am. 7-Eleven convenience stores generally operate 24 hours per day and is a common sight within the urban landscape. Owned by CP All Public Company LImited, there are 10,268 branches across Thailand; manage by CP All and company business partners (2019).
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