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Sunday, June 3, 2012

CUT 2012: New Photography from Southeast Asia: Politics



CURATED BY EVA MCGOVERN
  
Featuring works by
M.R.Adyatama Pranada, Athit Perawongmetha, Ampanee Satoh, Carlo Gabuco, Danny Lim, Green Zeng, Heman Chong, Jim Allen Abel, John Javellana, Liew Teck Leong, Nge Lay, and Zakaria Zainal


VALENTINE WILLIE FINE ART, SINGAPORE
9 June – 1 July 2012  | Opening reception: 8 June, Fri, 7pm to 9pm

CUT 2012 is the latest installment of Valentine Willie Fine Art’s annual exhibition dedicated to contemporary photography in Southeast Asia. Featuring the work of new and emerging photographers across the region, the show focuses on the complexities of contemporary Southeast Asian politics and the relationship between people and State.

The changing faces of Government, that combine different styles of rule such as authoritarianism, democracy, monarchy and military, with desires for economic progress and social control, have instigated numerous unforgettable events across the region. These moments of development and inertia, change and oppression, protest and optimism make for some of the most memorable images in both photojournalism and fine art photography.

For complete details, visit Valentine Willie Fine Art
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