Art and Science of Photography
Immerse yourself in the art and science of photography this season with three inspirational photography exhibitions, as well as various photographic workshops and activities. ArtScience Museum is a key venue of the 4th Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) hosting two exhibitions – Flux Realities: A Showcase of Chinese Contemporary Photography and An Ocean of Possibilities. In addition, ArtScience Museum currently showcases Annie Leibovitz A Photographer’s Life 1990-2005.
Flux Realities: A Showcase of Chinese Contemporary Photography
22 August to 2 November 2014
Flux Realities: A Showcase of Chinese Contemporary Photography showcases the works of both well-established as well as emerging Chinese photographers. The exhibition, comprising over 60 photographs of 7 different photographers – Wang Qing Song, Yang Yongliang, Wei Bi, Zhang Dali, Liu Xiaofang, Maleonn (Ma Liang) and Wang Ningde – highlights the individualistic artistic approach and personal experience of China’s recent modernisation process.
Download the Exhibition Guide to Flux Realities: A Showcase of Chinese Contemporary Photography
An Ocean of Possibilities
31 October to 28 December 2014
Featuring over 200 photos of about 30 artists from 20 different countries, An Ocean of Possibilities focuses on social developments. The exhibition turns the spotlight on the people who challenge themselves in search of unconventionalities and change their own course. They may be individuals, small communities and businesses who set out to realise a better future, not only for themselves but also for others. The exhibition will be presented at ArtScience Museum after the Noorderlicht International Photofestival.
Annie Leibovitz A Photographer’s Life 1990-2005
Now – 19 October 2014
As part of the art and science of photography season, ArtScience Museum currently displays Annie Leibovitz A Photographer’s Life 1990-2005. Featuring close to 200 photographs, the exhibition provides a unified narrative of Annie Leibovitz’s private life against the backdrop of her public image. At the heart of the exhibition is the personal memoir of Annie Leibovitz, documenting a particular timeframe within her life, including the loss of close relations, birth and childhood of her three daughters, family vacations, reunions, and close friends.
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