A Lifetime of Work Exhibition by Steve McCurry

House of Lucie Ekamai -

Ended 30 March 2017
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House of Lucie Ekamai

A Lifetime of Work Exhibition by Steve McCurry

House of Lucie, center for photography opens its doors to a new space in Bangkok. Located in the trendy area of Ekamai, its first exhibition will feature most iconic work by a renowned photographer Steve McCurry.

Best known for the Afghan Girl portrait of a refugee featured on the cover of National Geographic, Steve McCurry will appear at the opening reception on November 14 from 7.00 to 9.00 pm.

The exhibition will feature images that McCurry took over the decades, some of them will be on display for the first time.

The exhibition will last four months and feature both large scale and small scale portraits from various countries.

With many never seen before images.

House of Lucie showcases the work of masters of photography who have received the Lucie Award. Www.Lucies.org.

1 Ekamai Soi 8. ( next to big C) Bangkok.

The exhibition will open till March - please let us know before dropping by.

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Ends 30 March 2017

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House of Lucie Ekamai

1 Ekamai soi 8 Bangkok, Thailand

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095 478 9987
House of Lucie Ekamai
House of Lucie Ekamai

1 Ekamai soi 8 Bangkok, Thailand

View venue profile - Go to venue Website



095 478 9987

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