Bukit Brown: Spaces for the living is a photo exhibit organized by a collective of 7 photographers from diverse backgrounds.

This photographic collective has united through their love of an art form, to showcase the splendor of one Singapore’s oldest and historically rich treasures through a photographic tapestry – All to foster a richer appreciation of the legacy of Bukit Brown before its heritage trail is cleared to make way for urban redevelopment.

The photo exhibit will open on Monday October 1st 2012 and will run at The Arts House’s Print gallery until the 7th of October 2012.

The upcoming platform will feature works by photographers Shawn Danker, James Wong, Chee Wei Teck, Simin Wang, Wayne Ho, Zann Huang and Siraj Hanifa. The exhibit display aims to highlight the intertwining the three themes of nature, heritage and spiritualism that reside at the core of Bukit Brown through the visual medium of photography.



About Bukit Brown: Spaces for the Living
Bukit Brown: Spaces for the living is a photo exhibit organized by a collective of 7 photographers from diverse backgrounds. This photographic collective has united through their love of an art form, to showcase the splendor of one Singapore’s oldest and historically rich treasures through a photographic tapestry – All to foster a richer appreciation of the legacy of Bukit Brown before its heritage trail is cleared to make way for urban redevelopment.

More information about Bukit Brown: Spaces for the Living can be found at http://www.facebook.com/events/224239554369746.
This show is made possible through the generosity of the Arts House and the National Youth Council. Bukit Brown Spaces for the Living runs from October 1st 2012 – October 7th 2012.


Note: After the opening reception at 7.p.m on October 1st 2012, the show will run during the normal opening hours at the Arts House which are10 am to 10 pm. The show will close on Sunday October 7th at 8pm.