Presented & curated by Objectifs and Co-presented with the Magnum Foundation
Chapel Gallery, Objectifs
20 Oct to 20 Nov 2016
Tue to Sat, 12pm to 7pm / Sun, 12pm to 4pm
Opening Reception: 19 Oct (Wed), 7pm
Artist Talk: 20 Oct (Thu), 7pm – register here
The annual Women in Film & Photography Showcase at Objectifs is a tribute to the artists, photographers and filmmakers who have created works that tell stories with impact, break boundaries and inspire us.
In this 2nd edition of Women in Photography, documentary works by 18 women photographers take centre stage. We are delighted to co-present this edition with the Magnum Foundation. Originating from countries ranging from Egypt to the Philippines, Jordan to Singapore, many of these photographers have overcome or worked in difficult circumstances to documenting the lives of the disenfranchised and marginalised by creating unique and powerful visual narratives. From works that reveal intimate domestic struggles, to observations of communities, to universal stories of humanity and empathy, these stories reflect the diversity and complexity of the issues and themes explored by women photographers in recent years.
The featured women photographers are associated with the Magnum Foundation, having been recipients of the foundation’s Emergency Fund, Human Rights Fellowship or Arab Documentary Photography Program. Established by the renowned Magnum Photos, the foundation champions in-depth, independent documentary photography that fosters empathy, engagement, and positive social change.
If you missed our Women in Photography 2016 Exhibition, here are some recaps:
:: 9 Women photographers from Asia, the Middle East and North Africa at Objectifs, Singapore (Art Radar Journal)
:: Women tell stories through photos (The Straits Times, 10 Nov 2016)
:: Full View: Women in Photography 2016 (Arts Equator)
Women in Photography is held in conjunction with Women in Film, more information here.
A Love Song to Socotra Island
Amira Al Sharif
A Light Inside
I Love You Real Fast
Echoes From Heaven
Lurdes R. Basolí
Forget Me Not
Ritual of Exile
Xyza Cruz Bacani
Emine Gozde Sevim
A parallel event of the Singapore Biennale.