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    Clubsnap is the official Media Partner for the Singapore International Photography Festival 2012 ....

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    More information about the Festival here
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    Default Re: Singapore International Photography Festival 2012 - happening in OCTOBER and NOVE

    More activities here below... surf around the site ..... SO MANY ACTIVITIES listed :

    Film List | SIPF 2012
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    HAVE to visit this Outside In : A Magnum Photos Showcae

    OUTSIDE IN: A MAGNUM PHOTOS SHOWCASE | SIPF 2012
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    Evening Presentations on 6, 7 and 8 October (SAT, SUNDAY and MONDAY)

    EVENING PRESENTATION | SIPF 2012

    6 October, Saturday

    Shared Stories of Asia and Europe (ASEF and culture360.org), Ge Tai (Bob Lee ,Singapore) Illusion Reality (Shen Chao Liang ,Taiwan), Vision of Taiwan- Quantity and the Loss of Soul (Wu Cheng Chang, Taiwan), Singaplural (Zakaria Zainal, Singapore), Into the Silence. Hermits of the Third Millenium (Carlo Bevilacqua, Italy), The story of Zen Buddhist (Tran Viet Van, Vietnam), Painting Over the Present (Graeme Williams, South Africa), Spaces in Between, (Eliseo Barbāra, MoST Agency, Thailand)



    7 October, Sunday


    Dominion (Wawi Navarroza, Phillippine), Mian Xiang: The Art of Traditional Chinese Face-Reading (Hu Qiren, Singapore), The Art of Science: Constructing the Universal Illusion (Kee Ya Ting, Singapore), Decay of Lights-Memories of 311 (Norihisa Hosaka, Japan), Sincere Photography, Kwon Ji Hyun (South Korea), Amazon Communities: Beyond the Stereotypes (Musuk Nolte Maldonando, Peru), Self- Portrait & Performativity (Willis Turner Henry, Indonesia), The House of the Raja (Xavi Comas, Thailand/Spain)


    8 October, Monday

    Tropical Gift of Nigeria (Christian Lutz, Switzerland), Angels of Angeles (Seok Jae Hyun, South Korea), Transcending the Ordinary (Anida Yoeu Ali), Standstill Voyage Of Discovery On The Spot, (Melissa Moore, United Kingdom), Anonymous Women (Patty Carroll (United States), The Fan (Joel Yuen, Singapore), De Slapende Arm (Marlous Van der Sloot, Netherlands)The Relevancy of Restricted Things (Nge Lay, Myanmar), Silvermine (Thomas Sauvin)
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    Special Project Showcase

    SPECIAL PROJECT SHOWCASE | SIPF 2012

    This year the festival has two special showcase to share with the audience in public space.

    Both projects touch on the vernacular topics which aim to create new ways to consume images.

    Completely different in scale and size, Silvermine by Thomas Sauvin is a discovery journey of rescuing images from thousands of negative from destruction.

    On the other hand, The History of Monuments by Wang Qing Song raised the question on the understanding of history in our daily lives.
    Last edited by ed9119; 2nd October 2012 at 09:39 AM.
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