7th Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) 2020 Departing and Arriving

7th Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) 2020 Departing and Arriving

WHEN
5 November 2020 – 30 January 2021
VENUE
Deck, 120A Prinsep Street (go to Google maps)
37 Emerald Hill (go to Google maps)
Downtown Line – Beauty World (DT5), Newton (DT11), Little India (DT12), Rochor (DT13), Bugis (DT14), Bencoolen (DT21), Chinatown (DT19)
ArtScience Museum (go to Google maps)
Esplanade Tunnel (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
Various timings
ADMISSION
Admission Fees Apply
WEBSITE
https://sipf.sg

7th Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) 2020 Departing and Arriving

The Singapore International Photography Festival is a biennial gathering of minds from around the world with the common pursuit of advancing the art and appreciation of photography. It aims to be a much-needed arena for critical thought and academic discussion on photography in Southeast Asia.

The SIPF will also function as a key platform to discover, nurture and propel Southeast Asian photographers onto the international stage. Through its associate programmes, the festival hopes to engage the public and cultivate a larger audience. At the core of SIPF is a firm belief that photography can be enjoyed by all.

SIPF is organised by DECK, an independent art space for photography. Art Photography Centre Ltd (DECK) is supported by the National Arts Council under the Major Company Scheme for the period from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2022.

Various timings, dates and locations. Please refer to the event website to plan your visit.

Lesia Maruschak, This Land Was Made For You series. Image courtesy of the artist.
Yishun Park Hawker Centre
25 January – 8 February 2021
Fuchsia explores the notion of “Turf” as an arena and sphere of influence, to discover factors that shape relationships between people and place, fostering feelings of connectedness and belonging.
Art Fair & Galleries
La Galerie, Level 2, Alliance Française de Singapour
21 – 24 January 2021
earth. presents the works of six contemporary ceramicists based in Singapore. These artists hail from five different home nations: India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and Turkey.
NUS Museum, 56 Kent Ridge Crescent
22 September 2020 – 25 December 2021
Wishful Images: When Microhistories Take Form explores the impact of contemporary geopolitical realities recapitulated under the Asian Cold War through a re-historicisation of the past into the present.
La Galerie, Level 2, Alliance Française de Singapour
27 January – 11 February 2021
Alliance Française is proud to showcase the top 10 finalists of the 11th France and Singapore Photography Arts Awards (FSPAA) where French and Singaporean artists showcase their creative talents via experimental and emerging styles of photographic art for this year’s theme: Interlude.