Untitled is shown at Peninsular in Kapo Factory in Singapore from November 4, 2016. Talk with Sidd Perez on November 12.
Slow Cool Breezes is in 'We are from somewhere, but where are we going?', the Daegu Photo Biennale 2016, opening September 28 in South Korea.
Two works are in the current iteration of Concept Context Contestation, organised by the Bangkok Art and Culture Center, and curated by Iola Lenzi (Singapore), Agung Hujatnikajennong (Indonesia), and Vipash Purichanont (Thailand), taking place at Cemeti Art House and Ruang MES 56 from August 21-September 21, 2016 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Hong Kong Living is in Hong Kong Contemporary Photography 2016, organised by Lumenvisum and European Photography, which opens at JCCAC L0 Gallery on July 2, 2016 in Hong Kong.
Artist Conversation and Workshop
The Other Shore, curated by Olivier Krischer, opens at the CIW Gallery at ANU in Canberra, Australia, on March 30, 2016. Exhibition runs till July 15, 2016.
Art Forum Artist Talk at the ANU School of Art March 16, 2016, 1.15pm.
Visiting Artist with the Australian National University School of Art March-April 2016
New work produced during the Vasl Artists Residency in Karachi is being exhibited at Full Circle Gallery in Karachi, Pakistan. Ends November 28, 2015.
Convergence will be exhibited in the upcoming Lianzhou Photography Festival - Expanded Geographies, curated by Christopher Phillips and Joanna Lehan, in Guangdong, China. Festival opens November 21, 2015.
My works will be in the Bonhams Prints, Photographs and Works on Paper auction on November 14, 2015 in Hong Kong.
Vasl Artists' Collective artist in residence
Yale School of Art, Rm G32, 1156 Chapel Street, New Haven
Oct 13, 2015, 10.30am-12.20pm and 1.30pm-3.20pm
Mount Holyoke College, Art Building Rm 220, South Hadley
Oct 14, 2015, 2.40pm-3.50pm
Awarded the Poynter Fellowship with the Yale School of Art, October 2015
Some other artists included are Bui Cong Khanh, Vu Dan Tan, Sutee Kunavichayanont, Phan Thao Nguyen.
Solo exhibition with Chan Hampe Galleries,How did we get here, runs from April 1 to May 3, 2015, in Singapore.
Out of Place solo exhibition at Lumenvisum in JCCAC, Shek Kip Mei, in Hong Kong from Oct. 10 to Nov. 23.
Out of Place is in the group exhibition The Roving Eye: Contemporary Art From Southeast Asia at Arter Space for Art from Sept. 17 to Jan. 4, 2015.
Hong Kong Living is in the 2014 Hong Kong and Macao Visual Arts Biennial at the World Art Museum in Beijing opening Sept. 11.
Works from HK Living and Where do we go from here? are included in the exhibition Basically.Forever – KMOPA at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, opening August 9.
New work, Yan Shui Days, created in situ and shown outdoors along an alleyway, is in the Yuejin Lantern Festival that opened in Yanshuei, Taiwan, on Jan. 25, 2014. Festival runs till March 2, 2014
The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts acquires 9 works from Convergence
New work Integration II is in Concept Context Contestation at the Bangkok Art & Culture Centre in Thailand from December to March 2014.
Hong Kong Living 2013 is part of the Hong Kong International Photo Festival Flare's exhibition 300 Families. Exhibition opens Sept. 27 and runs till Nov. 3.
Convergence the book
Convergence, the book, will be out in stores in Singapore soon. Stay tuned.
Part of the faculty for Shooting Home, an annual workshop held by the Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film Making
Hong Kong Living is shown in the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts booth at Seoul Photo 2013
March 18-April 6
Wyng Masters Award Exhibition, Artistree, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
January 22-March 2
HK Living is included in the exhibition P.O.V. Alternative Perspectives in Asian Contemporary Photography, presented by Galerie Steph in Singapore. Show opens January 22.
Auction and Exhibition
A work from Convergence will be auctioned at the Para/Site Fundraiser Auction - Moving Up. Works are on show at Para/Site Art Space at 4 Po Yan Street from Oct. 24-27. Auction takes place evening of Oct. 30, 2012.
August 8-Sept 2 2012
New work Integration is in the "Singapore Survey 2012: Strange New Faces" at Valentine Wille Fine Art in Singapore. Opens evening of August 8 at the Helutrans Space at Tanjong Pagar Distripark.
July 10-29 2012
My work has moved with the exhibition STILL BUILDING to Valentine Willie Fine Art in Singapore.
I gave an artist talk with artists Jason Wee, Shubigi Rao, Lee Cassidy-Peet and Vivian Lee at the Bandung Institute of Technology's Faculty of Art and Design on Monday, May 28, 2012.
May 27 - June 15 2012
May 17-21 2012
Part of my site specific work at 12 Oil Street will be exhibited with works of the other 11 artists who made site specirfic works for the Art Promotion Office's "12 Oil Street Project", at ART HK 2012, Hong Kong's annual art fair.
April 20 - May 25 2012
Feb 24-Mar 22 2012
Slow Cool Breezes is part of the exhibition "Portraiture Now" at the Objectifs Center for Photography and Filmmaking.
Other artists include: Jason Wee, Deanna Ng, Sit Weng San, Alecia Neo, Ang Song Nian.
Dec 28 - Feb 4, 2012
Mywork is part of the exhibition "I have also other favorites" at the Stacion - Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina, Kosovo.
Other artists include: Jen Davis, Qëndresë Deda, Majlinda Hoxha, Joanna Jennings, Genc Kadriu, Blerta Kambo, Ferdinand Von Bozen, Mimi Youn, Shen Wei, Lin Zhipeng
Curated by Albert Heta in collaboration with Qëndresë Deda
Convergence will be shown at the Delhi Photo Festival 2011.
Do catch it if you are there!
Awarded the Hi2P Grant by the National Heritage Board, SINGAPORE
May 19, 2011
As one of the eight nominees of ICON de Martell Cordon Bleu 2011, a selection of my work is being exhibited at Millenia Walk in Singapore from May 12-22 , 2011 in the ICON de Martell Cordon Bleu Profile Exhibition.
for the ICON de Martell Cordon Bleu 2011 Photography Prize.
Discordant Symmetries, a solo exhibition with the NUS Museum at the Baba House, is extended till July 3, 2011
April 4, 2011
"Community" is part of the Clean Air Auction, held on April 4 with the Sotheby's Hong Kong Spring Sales 2011. The work is exhibited at the Kee Club in late March, and then from April 1-4 at the HKCEC Sotheby's Hall.
I am one of the instructors of Shooting Home 2011. Shooting Home is in its eighth year, and is organised by Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film Making, Singapore.
Convergence is published in the inaugural issue of Punctum, a new magazine on asian photography.
Discordant Symmetries, a solo exhibition with the NUS Museum at the Baba House, is extended till June 5, 2011
The Fukuoka Asian Art Museum acquires 7 works from the body of work Where do we go from here?
Artist Tour and Panel Discussion
NUS Museum is holding a panel discussion including myself and two other artists, and I will be giving a tour of the exhibition "Discordant Symmetries on January 14, 2011.
Exhibition opens October 16 at the National Museum of Singapore
Exhibition opens Oct 16 and runs till Nov 28.
Exhibition opens Sept 30 at Fukuoka Asian Art Museum
10 pieces from "Where do we go from here?" will be exhibited at the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum as part of the exhibition "All about Fukuoka - The 10 Years of FAAM Artist-in-Residence Program".
Exhibition opens Sept 30 in the Museum's Asia Gallery A and runs til Dec 25 2010.
Exhibition DISCORDANT SYMMETRIES opens Sept 16 2010!
My solo exhibition, Discordant Symmetries, of my project I have been working on for the last year, Convergence, opens Sept 16 with NUS Museum at the Baba House on Neil Road in Singapore. Exhibition runs till March 2011.
Exhibition opening in August 2010
6 Works from Convergence, my new body of work, will be part of the exhibition: Singapore Survey 2010: Beyong LKY, at Valentine Willie Fine Art, at Tanjong Pagar Distripark in Singapore. Opening night of August 4. Exhibition runs till August 31.
Exhibitions opening in June 2010
HK Living will be in the group exhibition: City Flaneur: Social Documentary Photography at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum. Exhibition runs from June 20, 2010 till January 3, 2011.
Slow Cool Breezes will be exhibited at the Alliance Francaise Gallery in Singapore, as a solo exhibit that's part of the Month of Photography Asia festival in Singapore. Opening night: June 23. Exhibition runs till July 17, 2010.
Check out the podcast about my work in Japan on Daylight Magazine's website: http://www.daylightmagazine.org/podcast/may2010
March - May 2010
Work from "Where do we go from here?" is in the acquisitions exhibition at the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts, Japan, on now till May 30, 2010.
Published Feb 2010
Check out my work in the current issue of Ojodepez -- OjodePez #20 - Outside.
The Hong Kong Heritage Museum acquires prints from Where do we go from here?
For the exhibition Grid Versus Chaos with VER and Para/Site, there will be an artist talk at Chulalongkorn University Art Center in Bangkok from 1.30pm - 3.30pm on Jan 7. The artists - MAP OFFICE, Amy Cheung, and myself, and curator - Alvaro Rodriguez Fominaya of Para/Site, will be talking about the exhibition and our work. Come!!
I have created new work in Bangkok for the exhibition "Grid Versus Chaos". The exhibition is copresented by Gallery VER , Bangkok, and Para/Site Art Space, Hong Kong, and features three artists - Amy Cheung, MAP OFFICE, and me. It is curated by Alvaro Rodriguez Fominaya. "Grid Versus Chaos" will open at Gallery VER, Klongsan, Bangkok, on January 8 and will be on show till Feb 8 2010. My photo series is supported by the Singapore International Foundation.
See "Where do we go from here?" with Charles Guice Contemporary at Photo MIAMI 2009 from Dec 1 - 6. In the Wynwood Arts District, Miami.
Work from Desultory Landscapes will be included in Para/Site's ArtMART 2009. Auction Preview at Para/Site Artspace from Oct 29 - Nov 3. Auction on Nov 4 at the Kee Club.
October 2009 - The Singapore Internationale Grant by the Singapore International Foundation...
Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts acquires six prints from "Where do we go from here?"
September 2009 - My work from Japan: Where do we go from here?, is part of "Pursuit of Happiness", curated by Wim Melis, at the Noorderlicht International PhotoFestival 2009 in the Netherlands.
August 2009 - The Arts Creation Fund by the National Arts Council, Singapore.
Joint artist talk for exhibition TRACES at Earl Lu Gallery on Aug 12.
My current project in Singapore, Slow Cool Breezes, opens in the group exhibition TRACES at the Earl Lu Gallery at La Salle on Rochor Road on Aug 5, 2009. Opening party on Aug 7. Exhibition on till Aug 22.
Project in Singapore supported by Cathay Photo and LEAF
With children July 25 at Objectifs
Check it out!
A selection from my work in Japan, Where do we go from here?, and in Hong Kong, Hong Kong Living, are being exhibited during the F/Stop PhotographyFestival in Leipzig, Germany. July 1 - July 7, 2009.
A projection of my Hong Kong Work, "Familiar Spaces", edited by Maria Wood, will be exhibited in Declinations of Joy, at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, during the Fotografia International Festival of Rome. The exhibition will be on for the duration of the festival -- May 29 - Aug 2 2009.
The Hong Kong Heritage Museum acquires 5 prints from Hong Kong Living.
The Art Incubator Artist-in-Residence Programme 2009, Singapore.
Where do we go from here? opens March 20, 2009 at the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum. Exhibition from March 20 - April 14. Accompanying Artist Talk on March 20.
Feb-March 2009 - Photography workshop with kids!, at the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum.
March 2009 - Awarded Singapore International Foundation sponsorship.
Nov 2008 - Awarded the Arts Professional Development Grant by the National Arts Council, Singapore.
Document opens Oct 18, 2008 at the O'Born Contemporary in Toronto, Canada. Document features works by Dominic Nahr, Edward Gajdel, Michelle Sank, and me, Wei Leng Tay. Exhibition ends Nov 14.
Desultory Landscapes opens at the Ooi Botos Gallery in Wanchai, Hong Kong, July 10. Exhibition will be on till August 30, 2008.
Hong Kong Living is part of the Acquisitions exhibition on now till June 22, 2008 at the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts, Kiyosato, Japan.
Hong Kong Living is one of the stories showcased in the latest issue of Ojo de Pez. Check it out!
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum Residence Program 2008