Life off Broadway

Art January 08, 2018 14:46

By The Nation

2,495 Viewed

Nadia Kitirath relates stories about New York City’s Off-Off Broadway community through her photography exhibition, “People & Human” showing at Cafe & Gallery on Vibhavadi Soi 16/6 from tomorrow (January 9) to January 14. Curator is Phusanisa “Fino” Leelathanakron.



Nadia, who lived in the US from 2009-09, chronicled the lives of the people involved in the downtown theatre and art communities in downtown Manhattan. Some of her photos were picked and published by the New York Times, Timeout Magazine and other local media outlets.

The photos were taken while she learned first-hand about the world of PR at Jonathan Slaff & Associates. The experience exposed her to communications and public relations, as well as New York City’s art scene. She spent time with theatre communities and experienced subcultures in the Big Apple.

She owns Nadia-K , a public relations and marketing company which is based on human interest. The aim is to connect, portray, and promote the beauty people’s creativity. 

Find out more at Facebook.com/10mlcafegallery.