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November 2020


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This year’s Open Call theme, Departing and Arriving seeks to connect to the heart of Singapore as a young nation…

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At the end of the 19th century, thanks to the silk trade, numerous women in Southern China became financially independent….

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Loose Relations brings together within a singular presentation the filmic and photographic works of Sherman Ong. The presentation comprises the…

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Afterlife is the sixth chapter of Vasantha Yogananthan’s long-term project A Myth of Two Souls inspired by the epic tale The Ramayana. Drawing inspiration…

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Shuchi Kapoor Chennai Photo Biennale Foundation http://www.chennaiphotobiennale.com/ About the Reviewer Shuchi Kapoor is a documentary photojournalist from India and one…

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How can we continue to converse ideas across borders to keep the international artistic dialogue dynamic? #SIPF2020’s Asia Meet: Portfolio…

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Alejandro Castellote Independent Curator About the Reviewer In 1982, Alejandro Castellote began working as photography curator. From 1985 through 1996…

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Beate Cegielska Galleri Image http://www.galleriimage.dk About the Reviewer  “As a reviewer, I am interested in seeing contemporary art works made…

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Erik Vroons GUP Magazine http://gupmagazine.com About the Reviewer Erik Vroons (1976, The Netherlands) is Editor-at-large for GUP, the international platform…

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Fiona Sweet Ballarat International Foto Biennale http://www.ballaratfoto.org About the Reviewer  A prominent and highly respected arts director and curator, Fiona…

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Gwen Lee DECK https://deck.sg About the Reviewer Gwen Lee is the Director and co-founder of the Singapore International Photography Festival…

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He Yining Independent Curator, Writer and Researcher http://www.heyining.com About the Reviewer He Yining (1986), researcher, writer and curator of photographic…

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Holly Roussell http://www.hollyroussell.com About the Reviewer Holly Roussell (容思玉) Born 1989, Vermont, United States. Lives and works between China and…

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Ihiro Hayami T3 Photo Festival Tokyo http://www.tip.or.jp About the Reviewer Ihiro Hayami (b. 1982, Osaka Japan) is the founder of…

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Jean-Baptiste Henimann Agence VU’ http://www.agencevu.com About the Reviewer After a master’s degree in research in semiology and analysis of media…

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Katya Guerrero Pioneer Studios/ Luzviminda: Archive of Philippine Photography http://www.pioneerstudios.ph About the Review Katya Guerrero is the founder of Luzviminda:…

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Jenny Lindhe Landskrona Foto https://www.landskronafoto.org/en About the Reviewer Jenny Lindhe has a background in fine-art photography and works as a…

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Kim Jeong Eun IANN / The Reference Soul http://www.the-ref.kr About the Reviewer Jeong Eun Kim is editor-in-chief of IANN, the…

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Lee Wei-I Voices of Photography http://www.vopmagazine.com About the Reviewer  Lee Wei-I started out his career as a journalist. He founded…

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Louis Ho About the Reviewer Louis Ho is an independent curator and critic. He has lectured at the National Institute…

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Louise Fedotov-Clements http://www.formatfestival.com http://www.derbyquad.co.uk About the Reviewer Louise Fedotov-Clements is Artistic Director, QUAD & Director, FORMAT International Photography Festival. Louise…

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Maarten Schilt Schilt Publishing & Gallery www.schiltpublishing.com About the Reviewer Schilt Publishing is a publishing house directed to high profile…

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Melanie Pocock Ikon Gallery https://www.ikon-gallery.org About the Reviewer Melanie Pocock is Curator at Ikon Gallery. Together with Director Jonathan Watkins,…

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Miho Odaka Curator and Educator About the Reviewer Miho Odaka moved to the U.K. after graduating from Sophia University’s Department…

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Moshe Rosenzveig Head On Photo Festival https://www.headon.com.au About the Reviewer Moshe is the founder, creative director & lead curator of…

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Mutsuko Ota IMA magazine https://imaonline.jp About the Reviewer Born in Tokyo, 1968, she started her career as an editor at…

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Natasha Egan Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago http://mocp.org About the Reviewer Since 2011, Natasha Egan has served…

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Sam I-Shan Curator About the Reviewer Sam I-shan is a curator at National Gallery Singapore, working on modern and contemporary…

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Sebastian Arthur Hau Polycopies & Catawiki http://polycopies.org About the Reviewer Sebastian Arthur Hau born in Germany, 1976. With 20 Years…

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Silke Schmickl http://www.sissikaplan.com About the Reviewer Silke Schmickl is currently a curator at National Gallery Singapore. She was previously curator…

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Steven Evans FotoFest http://www.fotofest.org About the Reviewer Steven Evans is a curator, writer, and executive director of the award-winning arts…

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Tan Siu Li About the Reviewer Tan Siuli has over a decade of curatorial experience with a focus on contemporary…

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Ute Noll UNO ART SPACE – UTE NOLL, UTE NOLL VISUAL PROJECTS, DU MAGZINE http://www.unoartspace.com http://www.utenoll.com About the Reviewer Ute…

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Xavier Soule VU’ https://galerievu.com About the Reviewer Xavier SOULE is the CEO of Abvent Group, which includes VU’ Gallery, the…

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Yoichi Nagata Fraction Magazine Japan http://fractionmagazinejapan.asia About the Reviewer Yoichi Nagata (born in Tokyo), is the co-founder and Editor in…

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Yumi Goto will lead a 6-day masterclass focusing on the process of storytelling. Through exploring ways to incorporate personal experience…

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Inside Out Project travelled to The Substation, Singapore’s first independent contemporary arts centre, in November. The photobooth captured 88 participants…

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When Japanese photographer Miki Hasegawa (b. 1973) found out 350 children across her country die annually due to domestic abuse,…

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The core concept of 335 Days is about the feeling experience of “black.” These images describe the living status and…

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A Convenient Sunset | A Convenient Holdup is the Open Call 2020 Winning Portfolio. “There are approximately 10,268 7-Eleven stores…

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In this series of 30 constructed self-portraits Moreno responds to found texts on gay and queer hook-up sites. The artist…

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In 2009, on a foggy morning, in a nameless mountain, I was feeling the tranquility of the environment The rising…

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My father was a bit plump, he looked grumpy and didn’t laugh much in front of me. As time passed…

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Castle of Innocence is a tale that questions the narratives and myths that shape our perception of protection, violence, and…

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Since late 2019, a pandemics has taken the world by storm, forced billions of people into lockdown and is profoundly…

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Flesh and Bloody Weaknesses is the acquirement of infinitesimal seconds and fleeting moments and the containment of time perpetually in…

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This is a story of Fumiko Yamato, a Japanese dancer. Though highly acclaimed both domestically and internationally, she has long…

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Being brought up in a closed and conservative society, I was taught that conversations on our sex, sexuality, body, period…

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In this work, we will be meeting Hannya. And Namanari. And possibly Hashi-Hime. Masks of angry spirits that emerge from…

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The neoliberal process in China brought tremendous changes to society — including the massive layoff in the 1990s and early…

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Mould is a reflective documentation of the artist’s struggle with toxic shame, the internalised selfdegradation that are often ignored or…

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Hundred Daughters Hundred Patience Hundred Meals reconfigures Kevin WY Lee’s 2019 photobook of the same title within a home setting….

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Local folklore are symbolic myths are passed down from generation to generation, it is evidential that they affect how people…

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Empires, by their very nature, embody, institutionalize difference, both between metropolis/colony and between colonial subjects Imperial imaginary floods popular culture….

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Mélaina Cholé, from Ancient Greek µέλας (melas), and χολή (kholé), is a photographic exploration of humoral theory conceived by Hippocrates….

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Telik is a common name for TV that emerged as first TVs became available in Soviet Union. The acquisition of…

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I’ll always be here for you is a body of work that stemmed from my struggle with self-harm. Making this…

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Miti Ruangkritya (1981) is based in Thailand. His work focuses on an issue or a topic surrounding his life. In…

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David Billet and Ian Kline made the pictures in Rabbit / Hare on a road trip to Texas. And right…

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“In 2046, nothing changes and no one knows if it’s true or not because nobody has come back” Extracted from…

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Centralia is SIPF 2020’s Published Photobook Winner. Centralia is an Indian docu-fiction that journeys deep into the forests of central…

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It Can Be Better is a meditation centred around the impact of perfectionistic living habits. It seeks to illustrate how…

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Entangled encapsulates a pivotal moment for Maude Arsenault’s work, representing a shift in perspective and personal responsibility. “After years dedicated…

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Anni Leppälä’s motives derive from memories, loss, longing, and early adolescence, seeking for an experience of connection and closeness but…

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Infrastructures is a research-based photo project about the Russian and post-Soviet political economy, created in 2016-2019 by Sergey Novikov and…

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Following the path of Charles Kroehle, a pioneering nineteenth-century photographer who supposedly disappeared in the Peruvian Amazon, Arguiñe Escandón and…

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The Hotel infers an in-between place of stay during transit. To the artist, it also implies relational, historical and identical…

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In July 2015, MAKIKO was granted rare permission to photograph the restricted zone of Battleship Island, which used to be…

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Beyond the Mountains is SIPF 2020’s Dummy Photobook Winner. Located 500 kilometers away from the Tokyo metropolitan area, the disposal…

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‘China Dream’ explores the fractured identity of the second generation diaspora as they’re straddled their birth country and their motherland….

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The book speaks to the turning point in the history of Ukraine, that touched the whole world, the Ukrainian revolution…

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In Deep in their roots, all flowers keep the light visual metaphors are beautifully woven together, addressing challenging concepts such…

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Dear Japanese is a photo-documentary centred on Miyuki Okuyama’s research into the  descendants of Indo-European women and Japanese men, who…

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AOSTABELLOSGUARDO – HYSTEROS+PALLIUM We live only once, it is said, and while we live we born and we die who…

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