ArtScience Museum presents the works of 15 contemporary photographers who reflect on timely topics important to Singapore in the exhibition, Margins: drawing pictures of home. Running from 21 November 2020 to 28 February 2021, the exhibition is part of the 7th Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF).
Margins takes a new look at Singapore, focusing on stories, landscapes and people who are often under-represented, unseen and unheard. The 15 artists in the show articulate the country’s rich migrant histories, its blended cultural ancestries, and the daily lives of its diverse people. The artists’ photographs capture intimate stories that explore the hopes and dreams for Singapore while defining the familiar places that make the city-state home. Margins encourages visitors to imagine home beyond the boundaries of their own lives.
Margins is an exploration of what it means to call Singapore home, the country’s migrant history, and its rich untold stories. Some of the photographs presented in Margins allow visitors to better understand the lives of those who have worked hard and made sacrifices to make Singapore what it is today.
Tickets to Margins are available now for purchase at ArtScience Museum’s website and box office. Terms and Conditions apply.
Guests are strongly encouraged to pre-purchase tickets online prior to their visit, due to limits in venue capacity and timed entry to the exhibition.
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