If you're in Bangkok and you're a photo enthusiast, I highly recommend stopping by Kathmandu Photo Gallery. Located in Bangkok's "mini India" near a Hindu Temple and run by one of this city's most prominent contemporary photographers, Manit Sriwanichpoom, and filmmaker, Ing K, it's an outstanding space to view photos with a point of view.
From now until June 29th, I have the exciting opportunity to show twenty of my favorite taxi photos in the gallery. The exhibit includes both black-and-white portraits of the cabbies reflected in their rearview mirrors, as well as color photographs of talismans in Thai taxis. Hence, the title of the exhibition, Reflections / Protection. If you're a regular reader of this blog, you might recognize some of the photos being displayed in the gallery.