Enter the whimsical world of Mizuma Gallery’s current exhibition and you will find a myriad of photographs – a series of old and new, starkly juxtaposed with colour and B&Ws.
The showcase is put together by seven contemporary artists exploring the creative art form of photography questioning the technical aspects, methodology and subject matter. In today’s era, taking a photo with various devices such as a smartphone or smart tablet is no stranger to our practices. In fact – the exhibition aim to highlight our progress in photo taking techniques that have ensued with the rapid development of the internet and technology. This, in turn, changes the way we distribute our photos and also how we receive, consume and distribute photo materials.
Issues centered around contemporary art photography is addressed by the works and creative practices of Agan Harahap (ID), Angki Purbandono (ID), Iswanto Soerjanto (ID), RongRong & Inri (JP/CN), Usami Masahiro (JP), Yamamoto Masao (JP) and Robert Zhao (SG)
The exhibition is held at Mizuma Gallery, 22 Lock Road #01-34, Gillman Barracks, will run until 30 Oct.
Exhibiting hours are from 11am-7pm, Tues-Sat, and 11am-6pm, Sun.
Find out more here.