Jose Tay the curator of Myanmar’s Dreams sharing his thought and why the painting with light photo aka The Heart and Soul of Myanmar by Alan Lim has been chosen to be the opening of the show.
The Heart and Soul of Myanmar, the opening of Myanmar’s Dreams.
The best thing to do after seeing a good exhibition, is to find a cozy spot to Myanmar’s Dreams.
Alan Lim and the Alumni of SOP.
Another photography sharing session at the exhibition. A different classroom setting for SOP today, Alan Lim held a session for a group of SOP Alumni at the ION Art gallery where currently over 100 prints from 13 international photographers including himself showcasing in this exhibition titled, ‘Myanmar’s Dreams‘.
Digital photographic and internet have made easy access to photography, we are so used to seeing them online these days that seeing a real photography print is simply a pure treat. These photos will not do justice to the beautiful Myanmar if they are only to be seen on your computer screen, if you still haven’t seen them in person, please come tomorrow(6th Feb), it’s the last day.
To those who have missed the Meet The Artists Sharing Sessions at the Myanmar’s Dream photo exhibition over the past weekend, here is your last chance. Alan Lim is considering to hold another
session this coming Thursday(5th Feb) at 7.00pm if we could gather a minimum of 15 people. Hear the stories behind each photo and find out how they were brought to life, and pick his brain in travel photography.
If you are interested to attend please email us at email@example.com to register by Thursday 1pm.
Here is a gallery of the past sharing sessions.
Some photos taken at the opening night. Photo credits to Jose Tay, Ben Cheong and SOP.
An overwhelming of more than 300 guests attendance.
A selfie by Alan and his students, Philippe and Isabelle who came to support the show..
Group photo of the artists, curator and friend. Dennis Luk, Aloysius Chong, Ken Ng, Jose Tay, Alan Lim and Yuss Lona.
Alan and his proud student Lona. Two of their photos seen here are displayed side by side. in the exhibition.
MC announcing the opening of the exhibition.