21st February 2005, 10:49 AM
The Story of Hands Photo Exhibition
I will be holding a photo exhibition titled “The Story of Hands” with another friend in March and we will like to invite all who are interested to come down to take a look. This subject of this exhibition is the human hand and it will feature our works that depict the hand in a variety of situations. During the exhibition, we will also be selling limited copies of “Deleted Scenes”, a book which consists of works that are not included in the exhibition. Details of the exhibition are as follows:
Venue: The Photographers’ Gallery, 140 Hill Street
#01-02 MICA Building
Date and Time: 2 – 15 March 2005, 12- 7 pm (except Tuesdays and Sundays)
Directions to MICA Building (ex MITA Building)
City Hall and Clark Quay
124, 145, 147, 166, 174, 190, 520, 851, NR 8, 603, SN 10, 647, 648
Nearest parking facilities at Funan Centre and Clarke Quay.
Please email me email@example.com if you have any queries.
21st February 2005, 01:16 PM
Interesting subjects, too bad I am overseas......good luck!
They changed the name of MITA? They keep changing names there in SG, expensive, wasting tax money!
21st February 2005, 01:31 PM
21st February 2005, 01:33 PM
Thanks Moonriver! I see you like the old song?......
21st February 2005, 07:36 PM
28th February 2005, 12:06 AM
I just communcated with Moonriver via email.
Seems that he / she (not sure) and partner are fresh graduates who did the Hands pixs as part of their final year project and they decided to take the project another step further by holding exhibition.
I salute them for their efforts – partly because I lau liao and have been thinking many years about holding exhibition but still have not done so.
So would like to encourge everyone here to go and support them if possible. Exhibition opening is March 2, 7pm at MICA Building along Hill Street – the one with multi-coloured windows.
Hope to see many of you there.
Not sure if there will be makan, but if there is, sure kena eat with hands!
2nd March 2005, 11:25 PM
hi all, was there just now.
3rd March 2005, 09:35 AM