I finally got to go visit our exhibition in collaboration with Kakiseni’s Women 100 festival on 2 May. I had been away on holiday in Thailand during the start of the exhibition. The exhibition entitled “Beauty Through the Eyes of Four Female Photographers” started on 28th April and will end on 8 May 2011.
It is being held at Level 4 on the Sky Bridge (in the centre court) of Pavilion in Kuala Lumpur.
It’s super exciting to have 2 exhibitions running concurrently at two venues in KL. I must say no matter how many times I see my work hanged up for exhibitions, it still gets me all thrilled and excited. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to bask in the exhibitions with all the running around and travelling I’ve been doing in the last month. It’s been crazy but rewarding.
I got to work with Five Arts Centre, Lapar Lab and Instant Cafe and created images based on the synopsis of the performances. I will write more on the photography challenge and ideas we created once the exhibition is over.
Please do visit the exhibition space which I’m sharing with 3 talented female photographers, Evelyn Lam Lip Lin, Naomi Aw Shui Ching and Sharon Lam. It is truly amazing to see our ideas transformed into photos and art on display. The exhibition is the last part of the successful Women 100: festival.
Those who want to get a copy of the photos can do so by purchasing the postcard box that contains all the photos exhibited as well as one extra photo.
A little bird told me they had to reprint more copies as the first batch was nearly sold out! Woohoo. There’s also been requests to purchase the photos.
So here’s a sneak peek of the exhibition which I hope you guys will catch before it ends.
Do let me know what you think about it if you did visit ;)
The WOMEN:100 photography exhibition Date: 28th April - 8 May 2011 Venue: Level 4, Sky Bridge, Pavilion KL
Thursday morning there will be a closing ceremony for the festival at Pavilion which starts at 10.30 am. So I should be there till lunch ;)
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