Wednesday, July 02, 2003
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'Your business is only as good as your network,' says National Arts Council's (NAC) Goh Ching Lee.
"MOONRISE" IN SINGAPORE
Ever since Singapore became internationally recognized as the art center of Southeast Asia, Edward Carter Galleries has been planning the first exhibit of Ansel Adams in the region.
Now, through the hard work of the Singapore Tourist Board and Kenneth Tan, the owner of UTTERLY ART, one of Singapore's most dynamic galleries, Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico 1941 by Ansel Adams will be on show at UTTERLY ART starting June 26.
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Photographs by Russel Wong
With special feature - works by Ansel Adams
Now on till Monday 7th July
UTTERLY ART Exhibition Space
208 South Bridge Road 2nd Level Tel: (65) 6226 2605 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon - Sat: 1130am - 8pm ; Sun: 12pm - 530pm
For the first time in Singapore and internationally, we present a milestone photographic exhibition of landscapes from Singapore's celebrated photographer, Russel Wong - with a special feature of works by world-renowned master photographer and icon, the late Ansel Adams (1902 -1984), including a print of Moonrise, which fetched a record price of US$136,000 in Sotheby's New York last year.
[Un]Common Grounds refers to the way landscapes are transformed by the lens of the camera and the imagination, and rendered 'uncommon' or exceptional by a creative photographer. The landscape genre is not just a documenting exercise for scenic views but one that embodies important social, cultural and ideological values of a time and place.
Crossing time and territory, we find common grounds in approach, principles and vision between Adams and Wong, as well as important differing ('un-common') facets. These exhibited works bear testament to the power, presence and poetics of landscape photography that continue to influence practicing photographers today.
- Lindy Poh, curator