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Global Eyes: Hundred Years From Now
by Societe Generale Gallery at Alliance Française de Singapour
Location: Societe Generale Gallery at Alliance Francaise de Singapour
Artist(s): TAN Haur
Date: 21 Nov - 10 Dec 2013

Alliance française de Singapour presents the exhibition of Global Eyes: Hundred Years From Now an exhibition by the Winner of the Inaugural France + Singapore Photographic Arts Award 2012, Tan Haur. This exhibition features around 50 art works. This latest series of Tan Haur deals with issues of globalization continued from his previous series of Global Eyes; additionally the art works are digitally aged on purpose to a state they should be in a hundred years later in time. Altogether, the experience of this exhibition compels a viewer to see the situations of current world issues, their beauty and adverse, with a perspective of a person’s view a hundred years later.

In this exhibition, there are works that include collaborations with French artists, Marie-Sophie Leturcq (Winner of 2nd France + Singapore Photographic Arts Award 2013) and Thomas Kimmerlin (Finalist of 2nd France + Singapore New Generation Artists 2010), Australian artist Jack Gamble and Singaporean artists Huei Lee, Sam Hong and Chun Chuan. Assisted by Pinch Design who is working on digital presentations, Tan Haur will also include community sets from workshops with students from Hua Yi Secondary School and Yuhua Secondary Schools. Adding to these heavy mix of visual treats, composer Yvonne Teng has thrown in a nostalgic toy piano mix that fix the audience with a mind reversing sensation. This exhibition is curated by Loh Kit Mui.

-Alliance Francaise de Singapour

Image: © Tan Haur

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