Aristocratic Artists

Nam, Suzanne
July 2007
Forbes Asia;7/23/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 13, p67
The article profiles photographer Surat Osathanugrah. His pictures, which capture people doing everyday activities, have been shown in Asia and Europe and won awards in Japan and India. He and her sons are worth $180 million, ranking them 24th on the list of Thailand's 40 richest. The source of their money is their share in $600 million-in-sales Osotspa, one of Thailand's largest consumer-products outfits, making everything from baby shampoo to M-150, the country's most popular energy drink.


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