Miti Ruangkritya (1981, Bangkok, Thailand). Miti was a Selected Winner by the Magenta Foundation for Emerging Photographers (UK) in 2011. He was featured as an emerging artist at Bangkok University Gallery in 2014. Additionally he was shortlisted for Kassel Book Award in 2015 and nominated for Prix Pictet in 2015-16. In 2016 he was selected as one of the finalists of the Sovereign Asian Art Prize. He is nominated for 2020 Sovereign Art Prize.

Exhibitions in 2017 include Shaping Voices, Silent Skies (Tomio Koyama/8, Tokyo) as part of a 3 months residency in Tokyo supported by Arts Initiative Tokyo and Backers Foundation, After Utopia: Revisiting the Ideal in Asian Contemporary Art (Samstag Museum, Australia).

Exhibitions in 2018 include Sathorn Sunset (WTF, Bangkok) as part of exposed up-and-coming artists project by the Art Centre of Silpakorn University, Tokyo A La Carte - The Backers Foundation and AIT Residence Programme (Tomio Koyama, Tokyo), Unidentified Landscape: Hotel Asia Project (Organhaus, Chongqing, China) and In Other Image When Words Fail (Singapore Photography Festival). He produced 2 books including Sathorn Sunset and 1 Square Metre of Soil with Onestar Press.

Exhibition this year includes a solo exhibition, A Convenient Sunset | A Convenient Holdup (Bangkok CityCity, Thailand). Group exhibitions include Electrical Moods (Stadtgalerie Saarbrucken, Germany), Temporal Topography: MAIIAM's New Acquisitions; from 2010 to Present (Maiiam Museum, Chiangmai, Thailand), Long March Project: The Deficit Faction (Long March Space, Beijing, China), GAP: A distinct to reality, (DECK, Singapore). He produced 4 books from Thai Politics and Sunset series.

COLLECTIONS
Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
Maiiam Contemporary Art Museum, Chiangmai
The Backers Foundation, Japan
Obayashi Private Collection, Japan
Tomio Koyama Private Collection, Japan
Yoyo Maeght Private Collection, France
Library at Tate, UK
Library at Tai Kwun, HK
Library at Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA
Library at Centre for Artists' Publications at Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Germany