Charmaine Poh is a Singaporean-Chinese documentary photographer and artist whose work concerns memory, gender, youth, and solitude.
We took the opportunity to introduce Singapore photography to the audience in a presentation titled Singapore Photography: Desires and Anxieties of a Small City State.
It is only human to desire a love that is approved. A wedding is often a mark of this approval; it is considered an ideal to reach for. Charmaine Poh’s work concerns issues of memory, gender, and identity.
Suddenly The Grass Became Greener is a book of photographs made in Singapore during her 50th year as a nation, and the coincidental death of her gardener.
Conflict, Photography and Vocation: A candid, in-depth interview with Hong Kong-born photojournalist Nicole Tung.
The photographer’s studio is often the city; it is a flaneur’s place for introspection, yet simultaneously a workplace.
In light of the Singapore 2015 elections, this #chutpattern piece is an “ownself check ownself” dialogue and an existentialist reflection for the Singapore photography community.