A solo exhibition by Lim Kwong Ling

Chapel Gallery, Objectifs
20 Jun to 28 Jul 2019
Tues to Sat, 12pm to 7pm / Sun, 12pm to 4pm
Admission is free

:: Opening Reception: Sat 22 Jun, 3pm to 5pm
:: Artist Talk: Sun 23 Jun, 2pm to 3pm (RSVP at http://portraitofhometalk.peatix.com)
Mr Lim will speak in Mandarin and English translation will be provided. The session will be moderated by writer, curator and artist Zhuang Wubin.

:: Guided tours: Please contact us at info@objectifs.com.sg if you wish to arrange for a free curator tour for your student group or organisation.

Portrait of Home presents black and white photographs of post-independence Singapore in the pictorialist and modernist style by 87-year-old Lim Kwong Ling, a veteran of the local salon and art photography scene. The works in this show depict different facets of home through the photographer’s eyes, from landscapes, to various occupations and industries of the time, to family photos. 

Mr Lim Kwong Ling has been actively involved in the local and overseas Chinese photography scene since the 1970s. He has served as Honorary President of the Photo-Art Association of Singapore, Vice President for The Society of Worldwide Ethnic Chinese Photographers and Visiting Professor of Art Faculty of Nanjing Education University in China, among other roles.

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