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My solo exhibition “How Loneliness Goes” runs from 28 February 2017 until 12 April 2017 at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks, Singapore.
This week the photographer @_nguan_ is taking over @newyorkerphoto’s feed, sharing images from his series “Singapore.” “My photographs are about big city yearning, ordinary fantasies, and emotional globalization,” he writes. Here, he captures the vast development Rochor Centre. These hulking, rainbow-colored apartments and shops will soon be demolished to make room for a new highway. Follow @newyorkerphoto to see more.
I’m taking over New Yorker Photo’s Instagram for the week, and posting new or unseen pictures from my “Singapore” series every day. See you there!
I’m showing seven prints from ‘How Loneliness Goes’ at ‘Comforter’, a group exhibition at SFAQ [Project] Space curated by the wonderful Petra Collins. The show also features work by Petra, Carlotta Kohl, Claire Milbrath and T.V. Wade. It runs from March 13-April 11. Pictures from the installation can be found on Purple, and a review of the show is on Artforum.
I have a two-page interview in The U Press N°9.
I’m so pleased to announce the second edition of How Loneliness Goes.
You can purchase a copy of the book here.
Below are two reviews of the sold-out first edition:
Here is an interview I did about the work in The Great Leap Sideways.
Thank you for your continued support.
Further details can be found here.
This is the Facebook event page.
It will be my largest exhibition to date — I’ll be showing 23 prints from the series — and I hope to see everyone there.
I’m so pleased to be part of “Ten Million Rooms of Yearning. Sex in Hong Kong” by Para/Site. This multi-venue exhibition is conceived by Cosmin Costinas and Chantal Wong. My work will be hosted at Connecting Space in North Point from May 10th until July 6th.
Participating artists & academics: Au Shek-yan, Cao Fei, Luis Chan, Chien-Chi Chang, Eileen Chang, Irene Chou, Choy Ka Fai + Rianto, Chu Hing Wah, Hon Chi-fun, Ines Doujak, Richard Fung, Petula Ho Sik-ying, Hou Chun-Ming, Katrien Jacobs, Eisa Jocson, William E. Jones, Meiro Koizumi, Agung Kurniawan, Yayoi Kusama, Lam Hoi-sin, Lee Kit, Isaac Leung, Ma Jir-Bo, Antonio Mak, Nguan, Nguyen Tan Hoang, Erkka Nissinen, Hélio Oiticica, Willem de Rooij, Roee Rosen, Angela Su, Hito Steyerl, Wong Wai-yim, Danh Vo, William Yang, Yau Ching, Ricky Yeung Sau-churk, Trevor Yeung, and Zhou Tao.