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FUTURE STUDIES

04/16/2021 - 06/30/2021
Future Studies is a long-term project by the Italian photographer Luca Locatelli, in which he researches new ways for humanity to survive on planet Earth.

LIFE IN MONO

12/25/2020 - 03/31/2021
Featuring snapshots of daily life, taken in public spaces on the streets of Singapore, Life in Mono is a series of monochrome photographs shot by renowned Singapore photographer AikBeng Chia.

THROUGH THE SALARYMAN'S EYE

10/22/2020 - 12/09/2020
Leica Galerie Singapore presents to you a nostalgic time from 70s and 80s of Tokyo through the eyes of salaryman Jiro Kochi.

FACE VALUE

01/17/2020 - 03/31/2020
Face Value is a series of portraits featuring “influencers” and “girls of Instagram”. It throws the spotlight on the changing face of media; how traditional media is being replaced by faces, and how society — including the media — constantly judge these faces, placing values on them.

CHINA

11/10/2019 - 01/13/2020
Steve McCurry decided on China as his first official location to take photographs with the Leica SL2. Conveying a sense of naturalness and confidence, the photographs were like a seamless, uninterrupted flow which continues from his previous Chinese experience.

FACES OF YANGON

10/11/2019 - 01/31/2020
Faces of Yangon began with one haunting image of a monk made by Steve Golden on a weekend trip to Yangon in 2015.

12 HOURS

09/13/2019 - 11/01/2019
The exhibition documents current developments and thoughts from 2 cities exactly 12 hours apart, highlighting fundamental questions by examining the basic philosophical concepts of Time, Space and Existence.

TSUKIJI OFF-LIMITS

08/30/2019 - 10/08/2019
The exhibition is the culmination of more than 10 years photographing in and around the Tsukiji market using five different generations of Leica M cameras.

ANGKOR

08/21/2019 - 09/10/2019
On his sixth trip to Cambodia, Michael Lee, with a Leica CL, revisited the majestic Angkor Wat and the villages around Siem Reap.

DÍA DE MUERTOS

05/23/2019 - 08/01/2019
Wielding his Leica CL and Leica Q, Francisco Marin returns to his hometown to document the Day of the Dead.
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