A street photography showcase featuring works from emerging and established female street photographers

29 May to 15 Jul 2024
Courtyard, Objectifs
Free admission

Curated by Julia Coddington, Marie-Josée Gouëz-Dailey, and Karlynne Wintels

Opening | 29 May 2024, 6pm to 8pm (RSVP here)

Related programmes:
Photo Forum & Sharing | Wed 5 Jun, 7.30 to 9pm (RSVP here)
Public Talk & Sharing | Thu 13 Jun, 7.30 to 9pm (RSVP here)
Street Photography Workshop with Julia Coddington | 31 May to 2 Jun (Register and find out more info here)

This exhibition is the result of the cooperative efforts of Women in Street and Women in Street Singapore, bringing together the photographic work of female street photographers from Singapore and various countries. Showcasing work from both emerging and established artists, this exhibition celebrates the diverse subgenres of street photography, the abstract, documentary, black and white, geometry, minimalism, fine art, and night photography.

Women in Street is a global community of female street photographers dedicated to promoting street photography and empowering female artists worldwide. Through themed projects, the publication ‘Her Side of the Street’, and global exhibitions, they showcase diverse perspectives and aim to connect female street photographers. Managed by Julia Coddington and Casey Meshbesher, Women in Street brings together women passionate about street photography, fostering skills, networks, and exposure for artists from various backgrounds.

Women in Street Singapore (WiSSG), is an independent chapter building a local community of female street photographers with diverse and international backgrounds. This is WiSSG’s third exhibition in Singapore. WiSSG was founded in 2020, and it is managed by Karlynne Wintels and Marie-Josée Gouëz-Dailey.


About the Curators

Julia Coddington is a photographer from Australia who practices street and documentary photography. She is co- founder of the Unexposed Collective, administrator of @ womeninstreet, and a member of the Little Box Collective. Julia has judged a number of photography festival competitions, including Brussels Street Photography Festival, Miami Street Photography Festival, Street Foto San Francisco, the Italian Street Photography Festival, the Istanbul Street Photography Festival, The Wall 2021 (Greece), the Head On Photo Festival 2022 (Australia) and Pisa Street Photography International Festival 2022. She has curated multiple exhibitions worldwide, most recently the ‘Wall of Women by Women’ at the Ballarat Foto Biennale 2023.

Originally from France, Marie-Josée Gouëz-Dailey lived in the USA, Taiwan, and Indonesia, before finally moving to Singapore in 2006. Over the last several years, she has made it her mission to record the traditional aspects of Singaporean culture. She explores and captures images which reflect the city- state’s innumerable facets. After many exhibitions around the island and in other countries including USA and France, she released two photo books entitled “Daily Singapore” in 2020 and in 2021 “Ritual Singapore”. She founded Women in Street Singapore in 2020 with Charlene Winfred to connect and inspire women photographers living in the “Little Red Dot”.

Karlynne Wintels is a street- and documentary photographer originally from the Netherlands, but has been based in Singapore since 2017. Her work has earned international recognition, including an honourable mention in the International Photography Awards 2023 and as a finalist at the Miami Street Photography Festival in 2022. She has also curated several exhibitions in Singapore, including one at the Singapore International Phtography Festival in 2022, and her photography has been featured in exhibitions in the US, Australia, Italy, and Singapore. As managing member of the ‘Women in Street Singapore’ collective, she promotes female street photographers through exhibitions, photowalks and other events.