2014 June 26: Successful Faces and Phases O.P.E.N in Singapore

 

OPEN_9178Zanele Muholi speaking at the opening of her exhibition “fo(u)nd”

 

Big audience_9123

 

Viewers_9139

2014 June 26 OPEN entrance_2329

 

Viewers_9162

 

William_9190

 

A friend_9172

 

Muholi Z_9184

 

noorlinah_9140 Noorlinah Mohamed, Director, The O.P.E.N.

 

Muholi speaks_9181

 

question_9170Shobha Bhalla, CEO & Editor-in-Chief, India Se 

 

audience_9185

 

found_9166

 

Audience_9159Zizi Azah, Artistic Director of Teater Ekamatra 

 

Photographers_9127

 

Audience_9122

 

A friend_9173

 

Jay & Friend_9273

 

Audience_9117

 

with eugene_9303Eugene Tan interacting with Muholi

 

muholi & eugene_9300

 

Muholi and supporters_9213

 

fiks the socialite_9272

 

Muholi chatting with members of the audience_9265

beautiful youth_9299The O.P.E.N. Fellows

 

Dr Fiks_9271Fikile Mazambani, a Toronto based human rights activist and writer with fans…

 

William Fiks & Laura_9270

 

The PR manager & Client_9205

 

Nat & Fred_9290

 

responses_9208

 

Exhibition text_9280

Randy_9289William Phuan, Director of The Arts House
Kathy Lai, CEO of National Arts Council 

Open programme_9287

2014 June 26 OPEN banners_2326

 

Zanele Muholi with Keng Sen the O.P.E.N SIFA Director...

Zanele Muholi with Keng Sen the O.P.E.N SIFA Director…

 

 

Muholi with Zahian & Eve_9311

 

OPEN exhibit ft Jay Pather_9318

 

OPEN team and friends_9317

 

 

All photos were commissioned by Zanele Muholi.
Singapore (2014).

Muholi presented at the Legacies of Violence session.

See the link below
http://theopen.sifa.sg/legacies-of-violence.html

All The O.P.E.N. events are at:
72-13, Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 239007


 Related article to be posted later.

 

 

About the photographer

Joey Chua is a 19 year old 2nd Year undergrad student at Singapore Nanyang Technological University –Wee Kim Wee School of Communications and Information.
She documents people through photography and videography and hope to deliver sincere and truthful messages.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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