It is held at Utterly Art Gallery, along South bridge road, its on the second floor of the row of shophouses beside the mosque. Works by another famous photographer Russell Wong is also on display there... anyone going?
yah, agree that the exhibition is a nice effort. nice cosy little place.
however, i wonder if u guys felt that something could be improved upon. i was quite "disturbed" by the reflections on the glass while viewing, esp for those displayed near the window. it's totally understandable that there is a need to protect those prints which r collectors' items, but the fact that it takes "some effort" to appreciate the photos rather than being able to really enjoy them with ease (without being bothered by the reflections) is something to think abt. i'm no expert on that n do not really have any suggestions how that problem can be solved. can anyone throw some light on that issue.
also, i noticed fingerprints (on the glass) on russel wong's display. they're near the top edge so i dun think any visitors would take the effort to do such a prank. maybe that kind of a distraction has been overlooked.
not trying to be difficult here but juz sharing some observations made today.
On reflections, I think installing curtains or blinds might help. But then that will mean heavily dependant on artificial light. I didn't notice the finger prints though. If they are high up, then they are probably left by the movers or whoever hung up the prints. Shoud feed back to Kenneth. I'll probably pay him another visit before the last day of the exhibit, just to have another look at those beautiful prints again.
was there on fri around that time too ..but didnt see the post for meeting place in time, so went by myself. although the gallery was small, there were sufficient space to move around and admire the pics..really beautiful and surreal pics on display.. everyone should go take a look...
One of the organisers there was explaining about the IRIS printing. Its a inkjet print of a high quality scan of the negative. I guess its too difficult to print out on that size using traditional methods.