Krerkburin Kerngburi (b. 1988) is an invisible photographer from Chiang Mai, Thailand, and is a member of the Street Photo Thailand collective. He was awarded a Scholarship Grant for the IPA Street Photography Workshop in Bangkok 2014, and was a Selected Finalist in the Italian Street Photo Festival 2019. His photographs are outstanding, weird, and full of both (dark) humour and mystery. His work focuses on observed, critic and irony in Thai's society, exploring themes of identity, cliche cultures and politics.

His work was recently selected by the Martin Parr Foundation to be exhibited as part of the Carnival Pop-Up 2019 Exhibition at the Arnolfini (Bristol, UK) and was displayed alongside the work of Martin Parr, Matt Stuart and Lua Ribeira. Furthermore, his work was exhibited in Italian Streetphoto Festival 2019, Bangkok Street Photography Festival 2018, Photo Bangkok 2015, and elsewhere.

His work has been published in Esquire (Thailand), Art4D, and elsewhere. He graduated with a Master of Arts in Photography at the University of the West of England Bristol, UK (2020) and is currently working as a freelance photographer and special instructor in Surreal country.


Selected Group Exhibition:

2019: F-Block Gallery Single Print Show MA/BA Photography (UWE), Bristol, UK
2019: Carnival Pop up at the Arnolfini, Bristol, UK
2019: Italian Street Photography Festival, Rome, Italy
2018: Bangkok Steetphotography festival, Bangkok, Thailand
2015: Bangkok Photo 2015, Bangkok, Thailand
2014: The 2014 Eyeem photo Festival, Berlin, Germany


2021: Bryce-Art
2020: Bristol247
2020: Arctribe
2020: SEEN Magazine
2019: Eyeshot Magazine


2018: Health & Fitness (UK)
2015: Esquire (Thailand)
2015: Art4D (Thailand)
2015: Photo Bangkok 2015


2019: Finalist Italian Street Photography Festival, Rome, Italy.
2014: The Scholarship Grant of IPA Street Photography Workshop, Bangkok, Thailand.