Exhibition


Let there be Box, 2010, 61x41cm, Archival inkjet print on fine art paper, edition of 5

Let there be Box is currently on show in Creating Commonwealth at DLF Emporio Mall & Gallery Ragini, New Delhi, India from 1st October to 7th November 2010.

For more information on the exhibition, please click here.

Feel free to download the digital copy of CreatingCommonwealth Catalogue too.

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I’m so honoured to be representing Singapore and have my photograph, Let There Be Box to be exhibited in Creating Commonwealth at DLF Emporio Mall & Gallery Ragini in New Delhi, India from 1st October to 7th November 2010. Exhibition is curated by Anoop Kamath. This exhibition is concurrent with the upcoming Commonwealth Games 2010 in New Delhi.

Participating artists: Aanchal Wazir, Anoli Pierra, Arron Teo, Babu Eashwar Prasad, Babu Xavier, Binoy Varghese, Bose Krishnamachari, G R Iranna, George Martin PJ, Gigi Scaria, Imran Channa, Jignasha Ojha, Manjunath Kamath, Murali Cheeroth, Phaneendra Nath Chaturvedi, Pooja Iranna, Prasad Raghavan, Pratul Dash, Rajan Krishnan, Rajesh Ram, Ravi Gossain, Roy Thomas, Rupa Paul, S Ayesha, Shweta Talwar, Sudhanshu Sutar, Sunil Padwal, T Rathi Devi, Tushar Joag, Tuttua M. Tomy, Vivek Vilasini

For more info on the exhibition, please visit Gallery Ragini Website or Email them at galleryragini@gmail.com

Special thanks to Mr Anoop Kamath for inviting me to participant in the Commonwealth art exhibition.

“This Way Up”

For people who were unable to visit Eye é City 2009 Exhibition at Substation and Jurong Regional Library last month, “This Way Up” photograph was selected for Eye é City 2009 Exhibition & Publication. This photo was photographed at Mount Vernon Crematorium 翡珑山, during the last day of 2009. When most people were busy preparing for 2010 count down, there were a few who chose to burn “paper money” and give prayers to the deceased.

Eye é City 2009 Publication will be out later this year as a collaboration with Society for the Physically Disabled (SPD).

Special Thanks to all Eye é City Committee & Volunteers who put in lots of precious time and effort to keep this meaningful photography event going year after year. More info about Eye é City at: http://images.eyeecity.multiply.com/

My photo “This Way Up” was selected for Eye é City 2009 Exhibition. This exhibition showcase many great documentry photographs of people and urban shot during Singapore last 24hours in 2009.

The photography will be ending in about a week time on 28 August 2010 at Jurong Regional Library, 10am to 9pm. Please feel free to come down and support this very meaningful exhibition which is at its 9th year now.

All the best everyone!

More details of exhibition here.

One of my photographed will be exhibited in Spraygraphic Open Photoshow at Phoenicia Association Gallery, Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Exhibition opens on 7th of May 2010, Friday. Exhibition will continue until 6th June 2010.

If you are around the corner, feel free to drop-by Phoenicia Association Gallery to view mine & many others from Spraygraphic photography works.

For Phoenicia Association opening hours, address & map, please click here.

For those who’re not in Phoenix, Arizona, here’s a glimpse of my photo on show. Photographed using a pinhole DSLR camera.

Untitled, 2009

Update 12 May 2010: Exhibition Opening Photos up at http://www.spraygraphic.com/ViewProject/16936/normal.html

I’m honoured to be invited by Jennifer Teo to be part of the upcoming WORK Exhibition at Post-Museum. I will be showcasing 3 of my ‘SG.Talents‘ photographs for this show and they will be up for sale too! Hope to see you there on the opening! 😉

Exhibition opening night on 24th April 2010, Saturday, 7.30pm
Post Museum is located @ 107+109 Rowell Rd
, Location Map

Exhibition Synopsis:

Work is an exhibition featuring old and new artworks on career, work, labour and other related issues.

Participating artists are Chan Mei Hsien, Mike Chang, Lucy Davis, Amanda Heng, Sean Lee, Lim Kok Boon, Seelan Palay, Arron Teo, Mark Thia, Twardzik Ching Chor Leng, Vincent Twardzik and Ye Ruoshi.

Organised by Post-Museum in conjunction to Labour Day, the exhibition seeks to question our achievements and positions as working people.

Admission is free, with artworks for sale.
Opening hrs: 6-10pm (Tue-Fri), 1-10pm (Sat+Sun), closed on Mon.

Additional Info: http://www.post-museum.org/work/index.html

Oh finally! New paintings for 2009 and they are currently on show at D’Peak Gallery, Singapore until 27 September 2009, Sunday.

Click here for more details of WǒMén Show

A preview of my 3 latest paintings (best view in actual painting for details and depth created by oil glazing technique):


Withered Paradise 6
Mixed Media on Linen
100 x 150cm
2009


Withered Paradise 7
Mixed Media on Linen
155 x 90cm
2009


Withered Paradise 8
Mixed Media on Linen
155 x 90cm
2009

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