Print Exhibition | By An Eyewitness
by Azadeh Akhlaghi

Both familiar and frightening, Azadeh Akhlaghi’s powerful series depicts iconic scenes of death and murder in recent Iranian history. Here, the photographer brings together history, memory and trauma not easily forgotten, bearing eyewitness to her nation’s violent past.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 15 4pm–5pm / Venue: The Daily Dose

Print Exhibition | By An Eyewitness
by Azadeh Akhlaghi

Both familiar and frightening, Azadeh Akhlaghi’s powerful series depicts iconic scenes of death and murder in recent Iranian history. Here, the photographer brings together history, memory and trauma not easily forgotten, bearing eyewitness to her nation’s violent past.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 15 4pm–5pm / Venue: The Daily Dose

Print Exhibition | Dark Lens
by Cedric Delsaux

Described by George Lucas as ‘one of the most unique and intriguing interpretations that I have seen,’ Dark Lens is Cedric Delsaux’s internationally acclaimed series featuring emblematic Star Wars characters set against stark urban environments.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 16 AUG, 6pm–7pm / Venue: The Camera Museum

Print Exhibition | Dark Lens
by Cedric Delsaux

Described by George Lucas as ‘one of the most unique and intriguing interpretations that I have seen,’ Dark Lens is Cedric Delsaux’s internationally acclaimed series featuring emblematic Star Wars characters set against stark urban environments.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 16 AUG, 6pm–7pm / Venue: The Camera Museum

Print Exhibition | Black Tsunami – Japan 2011
by James Whitlow Delano

In 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck the region of Tohoku, Japan, resulting in a disaster that shook the nation to its core. Documenting the immediate effects of the Black Tsunami, James Whitlow Delano makes a conscious effort to record the raw initial moments, remembering where many have tried to forget.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 18 AUG, 2pm–3pm / Venue: Poh Hock Seah

Print Exhibition | Black Tsunami – Japan 2011
by James Whitlow Delano

In 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck the region of Tohoku, Japan, resulting in a disaster that shook the nation to its core. Documenting the immediate effects of the Black Tsunami, James Whitlow Delano makes a conscious effort to record the raw initial moments, remembering where many have tried to forget.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 18 AUG, 2pm–3pm / Venue: Poh Hock Seah

Print Exhibition | A Guide to the Flora and Fauna of the World, 2013
by Robert Zhao Renhui

Taking a highly scientific approach to photo-making, Robert Zhao presents a catalogue of curious creatures and life-forms that have evolved in unexpected ways to cope with the stresses and pressures of a world altered by human intervention.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 16 AUG, 4pm-5pm / Venue: China House Artspace 1

Print Exhibition | A Guide to the Flora and Fauna of the World, 2013
by Robert Zhao Renhui

Taking a highly scientific approach to photo-making, Robert Zhao presents a catalogue of curious creatures and life-forms that have evolved in unexpected ways to cope with the stresses and pressures of a world altered by human intervention.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 16 AUG, 4pm-5pm / Venue: China House Artspace 1

Print Exhibition | The Essential Veil
by Diana Lui

Guided by the obsessional photographic work on women’s costumes in Morocco by famous French psychiatrist Gaëtan Gatian de Clérambault, French-Belgian artist, photographer and filmmaker Diana Lui explores the diverse and rich symbolic meanings the veil possesses, and how it is worn by different people from different cultural backgrounds today.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 16 AUG, 2pm–3pm / Venue:The Whiteaways Arcade

Print Exhibition | The Essential Veil
by Diana Lui

Guided by the obsessional photographic work on women’s costumes in Morocco by famous French psychiatrist Gaëtan Gatian de Clérambault, French-Belgian artist, photographer and filmmaker Diana Lui explores the diverse and rich symbolic meanings the veil possesses, and how it is worn by different people from different cultural backgrounds today.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 16 AUG, 2pm–3pm / Venue:The Whiteaways Arcade

Print Exhibition | Confessions of an Evil Orientalist
by Waswo X. Waswo & Rajesh Soni

Revolving around ‘The Confessions’, a single textual work of 101 short sentences, this series by acclaimed India-based American artist Waswo X. Waswo is a humorous take on a serious question that has long held presence in India: concerns of ethics, entitlement, hegemony, and insider/outsider dynamics during encounters between foreigners and both Indians and Indian culture.

 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 19 AUG, 2pm-3pm / Venue: Gallery 1 – The Whiteaways Arcade

Print Exhibition | Confessions of an Evil Orientalist
by Waswo X. Waswo & Rajesh Soni

Revolving around ‘The Confessions’, a single textual work of 101 short sentences, this series by acclaimed India-based American artist Waswo X. Waswo is a humorous take on a serious question that has long held presence in India: concerns of ethics, entitlement, hegemony, and insider/outsider dynamics during encounters between foreigners and both Indians and Indian culture.

 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 19 AUG, 2pm-3pm / Venue: Gallery 1 – The Whiteaways Arcade

Print Exhibition | Polyspam
by Cristina De Middel

‘Polyspam’ is Cristina de Middel’s second exhibition at OBSCURA Festival this year. Here, in her unique brand of documentary fiction, she takes an unusual approach to spam, painstakingly translating every detail in a series of scam emails into carefully constructed portraits.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 19 AUG, 6pm-7pm / Venue: The Whiteaways Arcade

Print Exhibition | Polyspam
by Cristina De Middel

‘Polyspam’ is Cristina de Middel’s second exhibition at OBSCURA Festival this year. Here, in her unique brand of documentary fiction, she takes an unusual approach to spam, painstakingly translating every detail in a series of scam emails into carefully constructed portraits.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 19 AUG, 6pm-7pm / Venue: The Whiteaways Arcade

Print Exhibition | Collected Works
by David Hillard

For years, American photographer David Hilliard has been documenting his life and the lives of others through large-scale multi-paneled images. In this specially curated selection of seemingly everyday scenes, the subjects’ casual glances take on a deeper significance, and what initially appears subjective and intimate become a commentary on the larger contours of life.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 18 AUG, 4pm–5pm / Venue: Inch & Plates

Print Exhibition | Collected Works
by David Hillard

For years, American photographer David Hilliard has been documenting his life and the lives of others through large-scale multi-paneled images. In this specially curated selection of seemingly everyday scenes, the subjects’ casual glances take on a deeper significance, and what initially appears subjective and intimate become a commentary on the larger contours of life.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 18 AUG, 4pm–5pm / Venue: Inch & Plates

Print Exhibition | La Ville Noire, The Dark Heart Of Europe
by Giovanni Troilo

Industrial decline, rising unemployment and increasing immigration now characterise what was once the thriving town of Charleroi, Belgium. In this disturbing yet captivating series, Giovanni Troilo invites viewers to gaze into the dark heart of modern day Europe, as depicted through his relationship with both the town’s past and present.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 19 AUG, 4pm-5pm / Venue: The Press

Print Exhibition | La Ville Noire, The Dark Heart Of Europe
by Giovanni Troilo

Industrial decline, rising unemployment and increasing immigration now characterise what was once the thriving town of Charleroi, Belgium. In this disturbing yet captivating series, Giovanni Troilo invites viewers to gaze into the dark heart of modern day Europe, as depicted through his relationship with both the town’s past and present.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 19 AUG, 4pm-5pm / Venue: The Press

Print Exhibition | Jan Mayen
by Cristina De Middel

In 1911, a group of wealthy scientists set forth to ‘re-discover’ the island of Jan Mayen located off the coast of Greenland, in the hopes of finding fame and glory. Reality did not turn out as planned however, and here Cristina de Middel brings us the story of how history was staged.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 20 AUG, 2pm–3pm / Venue: China House Artspace 1

Print Exhibition | Jan Mayen
by Cristina De Middel

In 1911, a group of wealthy scientists set forth to ‘re-discover’ the island of Jan Mayen located off the coast of Greenland, in the hopes of finding fame and glory. Reality did not turn out as planned however, and here Cristina de Middel brings us the story of how history was staged.
 
14-31Aug / 10am – 6pm / Artist Talk: 20 AUG, 2pm–3pm / Venue: China House Artspace 1