Photography was first introduced to the world in 1839 and has since changed the way we view and document things. The exhibition Living Pictures zooms in on the impact photography has had on Southeast Asia. Follow the journey from when it first made its entrance into our region via the European colonists and used as a tool for archival, to the role it played in capturing portraits in the early 20th century. Then, fast forward to now, as it slowly advances into a medium for art and conceptualisation and eventually evolving to adapt to our current smartphone era into the kinds of photography we know today.
Living Pictures: Photography In Southeast Asia
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