Singapore through foreign eyes. Part 3 of 3.
November 6, 2013
In the last part of this series of 3 interviews, Zann Huizhen Huang explores the insightful works of Philipp Aldrup.
Open Call: Confluence 2014 (international art contest – exhibition) 2nd edition.
October 11, 2013
submit & win exhibition in India Art Festival, Mumbai, India
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Tagged Art, Contest, Exhibition, India, Installations, Open Call, paintings, Photography, Sculpture
Singapore through foreign eyes. Part 2 of 3.
October 9, 2013
Zann Huizhen Huang has always been both curious and fascinated by how the ultra modern city state of Singapore has been perceived by foreign photographers who live in our midst. In the second part of this series of three interviews, she explores the insightful works of Marcel Heijnen.
Milan Image Art Fair looks to Singapore for its international expansion in 2014
October 9, 2013
Concomitant with the Singapore International Photography Festival: during the month of October 2014 Singapore will be a hub of photography with SIPF and MIA Fair Singapore
The Affordable Art Fair showcase Singapore Young Talents
September 19, 2013
Winners of the 2012 Young Talent Programme was unveiled during the 2013 Affordable Art Press launch at ION Art .
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Tagged Affordable Art Fair, Art, Artist, Artists, Contemporary, Exhibition, Female Artists, Installations, Ion Art Gallery, Photography, Singapore, Video
Singapore through foreign eyes. Part 1 of 3.
August 1, 2013
Curious and fascinated by how Singapore-based foreign photographers view Singapore, Zann Huang finds out more about Andrew Gurnett in this first interview of 3.
The Part in the Story Where We Lost Count of the Days (2) by Heman Chong
July 23, 2013
Singapore artists, Heman Chong will be having an exhibition at Future Perfect, a contemporary art gallery in Gillman Baracks, titled, The Part in the Story Where We Lost Count of the Days (2)
Lamentation of Hope 希望哀歌
June 14, 2013
At this solo exhibition, a photo essay describes the life of the children at the Smokey Mountain, Manila, Philippines. The photographs are by Thomas Tham who has been following a mission group to the Smokey Mountain in the past few years.
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Tagged #ASEAN, #Child, #Hope, #Kid, #Kids, #Lamentation, #Manila, #MioCade, #Philippines, #SmokeyMountain, #ThomasTham, #希望哀歌, Asia, Charity, Children, Exhibition, photo, photographer, Photography, Singapore
Displacements – Goodbye Forever
June 5, 2013
Several Singapore artists staged a bitter sweet exhibition to bid farewell to a house at 13 Wilkie Terrace which has stood in the same location for 77 years. Karen Mitchell paid the grand dame a visit at DISPLACEMENTS.