Open Call Showcase 2022—Portfolio Artists
In a famous metaphor Henry James explains experience: experience is never limited, and it is never complete; it is an immense sensibility, a kind of huge spider-web of the finest silken threads suspended in the chamber of consciousness and catching every air-borne particle in its tissue. At a time when violence, conflict, disease and oppression continue to squeeze our space for survival and reflection, experience, as the medium through which the photographic practitioners connect the external world with internal perception, offers us a pathway into a complex world. In this year’s SIPF Open Call Showcase, you can travel through the stories told with photographs, videos, installation, and other works. The exhibition showcases 19 international artists, whose works cover fresh issues and comprehensive visual expression, somehow united by a shared experience in the photographic world. Some are artists who spent many years exploring the issues around their surroundings and draw on personal experience to recount the stories of the visible and the invisible; others take their thinking and perceptions to a more abstract level, using visual experimentation to show the confrontation and interplay of individual and collective experiences. — He Yining
16 Sep 2022 - 30 Oct 2022
37 Emerald Hil, Singapore.
8th SIPF Open Call Portfolio submissions are reviewed and selected by the Portfolio Jury
Natasha Egan (Curator and Executive Director of Museum of Contemporary Photography)
Yasufumi Nakamori (Senior Curator, International Art (Photography) at Tate Modern)
Mirjam Kooiman (Curator at Foam Photography Museum)
He Yining (Independent Curator and Researcher)
John Tung (Independent Curator)
Gwen Lee (Founder and Artistic Director of Singapore International Photography Festival and DECK)
We are pleased to announce the exhibition to celebrate the publication of 377975km2 Vol.2 by "INTUITION", the publishing label of JAPAN PHOTO AWARD.
The exhibition will be held at MIDORI.so BAKUROYOKOYAMA from August 3, 2022.
377975km2 is a project to collect works by artists who live and create in the area, which is the size of the land area of Japan.
MIDORI.so BAKUROYOKOYAMA 6F,7F
5-13, Nihonbashi Yokoyamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
OPEN 12:00 - 18:00
DATE August 3 - August 15, 2022
Artist Tomoya Fujii / Kenta Nakamura / Makoto Oono / System of culture / Kohei Kawatani / Hiromichi Hata