Photography goes Public in Singapore

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Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) 2016 will, for the first time in 5 editions, exhibit their Open Call Showcase in public spaces in Singapore.

Over 400 works and 40 artists will be exhibited in six MRT Stations along the Downtown line; at the open spaces at the National Library Building; and at Alliance Francaise de Singapour. Exhibitions in public spaces are a rarity and a labyrinth of negotiations in Singapore so all credit and kudos to the SIPF team for pulling this off.

The Open Call Showcase features:

  • Chen Shu-Chen, After
  • Alice Smeets, The Ghetto Tarot
  • Alfredo Macchi, War Landscapes
  • Ute Behrend, Bear Girls
  • Gabriele Stabile, Census
  • Lee Won-Woong, SLEEPLESS
  • Nicolas Enriquez, The Bloodline
  • Sarah Walzer, Junge Siegerin (young victress)
  • Mariela Sancari, Moisés
  • Nigel Bennet, Hakuro, an Itoshima Almanac
  • Juria Toramae, Points of Departure
  • Duy Phuong Le Nguyen, Volatile States
  • Zhao Qian, Offcut, The Edge
  • Eiji Ohashi, Roadside Lights
  • Donna Chiu, Somewhere Only I Know
  • Park Chanho, Return (歸)
  • Klaus Pichler, Golden Days Before They End
  • Maki Hayashida, The Pacific Tourist
  • Akkara Naktamna, Signs
  • David Verberckt, Statelessness
  • Ellie Davis, Stars
  • Gao Rong Guo, Identical Twins
  • Guillaume Hebert, Transient Landscape
  • Phisut Nuthong, Refine
  • Heiko Tiemann, Infliction
  • Mandy Barker, SOUP
  • Uma Kinoshita, In Silence and In Sorrow
  • Wang Ju Yan, Xian Guan《现观》
  • Boris Eldagsen, How to Disappear Completely / THE POEMS
  • Scott A. Woodward, All the World’s a Stage
  • Haley Morris-Cafiero, Wait Watchers
  • Kirstin Schmitt, Waiting for the Candymen
  • Koh Yee Chao, Once Upon A Night
  • Lizette Schaap, 3P’s
  • Tomasz Lazar, Theatre of Life
  • Seo Junyoung, Theme Park Society
  • Wolfgang Bellwinkel, Yangon Backstage
  • Wolfgang Zurborn, Catch
  • Ung Ruey Loon, Singapore Road Photography
  • Marvin Tang, Stateland
More information on the SIPF Website.

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