Archive for the 'Exhibitions' Category


Nguan ‘Singapore’ exhibition at SIPF 0

Singapore will be presented as a solo exhibition as part of the 6th Singapore International Photography Festival.

Venue: Gillman Barracks, Block 9, #02-21

Duration: 8 September 2018 to 28 October 2018

Opening Hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 12pm – 7pm, Sunday: 12pm – 5pm. Closed on Monday.

Admission is free.

Here is a preview of the festival in The Straits Times.

“How Loneliness Goes” at FOST Gallery 13

My solo exhibition “How Loneliness Goes” runs from 28 February 2017 until 12 April 2017 at FOST Gallery, Gillman Barracks, Singapore.

‘A Luxury We Cannot Afford’ at Para Site, Hong Kong 0

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I’m part of the group show “A Luxury We Cannot Afford” at Hong Kong’s Para Site. The exhibition is curated by Qinyi Lim and runs from Sep 19 to Nov 29. Here is a review of the show in LEAP magazine.

‘Comforter’ curated by Petra Collins at SFAQ [Project] Space 0

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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.

“How Loneliness Goes” / 2015 M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 0

I’m delighted to announce that “How Loneliness Goes” will be presented as a solo exhibition as part of the 2015 M1 Singapore Fringe Festival. The show will run from January 14 – 25 at ION Art.

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.

“Ten Million Rooms of Yearning. Sex in Hong Kong” by Para/Site 0

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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.

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OH! Open House Marina Bay: The Happiness Index 4

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OH! Open House — Singapore’s only art walk – takes art out of traditional spaces and into a different neighbourhood every year. I’m part of 2013’s edition, which in the words of curator Alan Oei aims to “complicate the narrative” regarding the country’s opulent Marina Bay district.

As part of the ticketed tour, I will show three large photographs in the reception area of Deutsche Bank, alongside installations by PHUNK and Shubigi Rao. In addition I have five smaller pieces from my “Singapore” series at Marina Bay Link Mall, which can be seen for free — seven days a week — during the month of January.

Angkor Photo Festival 0

My Singapore work is part of this year’s Angkor Photo Festival, December 1-8 in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The full programme can be downloaded here. I’m delighted to be in such good company! Many thanks to Françoise Callier and my friend Sean Lee.

MOPLA: Redefining Hollywood 0

If you’re in the Los Angeles area between April 30 – May 21, please check out “Redefining Hollywood” at The Factory in downtown LA.  I will be showing four photographs from my series  “City of Dreams.”  This exhibition is produced by Fabrik Magazine and is part of the annual MOPLA festival.  Special thanks to the photographers Aline Smithson and J. Wesley Brown for making this happen… I’m delighted to be in a show with such talented company.