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Author and record-breaking birder Noah Strycker captured his birding experiences with a Leica V-Lux camera, and his photos are now on display at Leica Store Marina Bay Sands until 27 February 2019*.

About Noah Strycker: In 2015, Noah Strycker set himself a lofty goal: to become the first person to see half the world’s 10,000 bird species in one year. For 365 days, with a backpack, binoculars, and a series of one-way tickets, he traveled across 41 countries and all seven continents, eventually spotting 6,042 species—setting a new world record. Venturing deep into a world of chronic sleep deprivation, airline snafus, breakdowns, mudslides, floods, war zones, conservation triumphs, and ecological devastation, Noah found scores of birds and bird lovers everywhere he went. He shares his photos and stories daily with a worldwide audience on his Audubon Birding Without Borders blog. Noah’s images evoke the grace, beauty, diversity, and freedom of the birds that share our world.

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Presented at the newly reopened Leica Galerie in Leica Store Raffles Hotel Arcade are photographs selected out of Thomas Hoepker' vast archive, some of which are being exhibited for the first time. The exhibition is held at the Leica Galerie at Raffles Hotel until 5 March 2019*.

About Thomas Hoepker: Born in 1936 in Munich, Thomas Hoepker has travelled the world as a photojournalist, capturing stories of people and social issues in the last 60 years. He helped shaped a photographic genre that represents humanity and embraces the concerns of the underprivileged. Specializing in reportage and stylish color features, he received the prestigious Kulturpreis der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Photographie prize in 1968. He has been a full member of the prestigious Magnum Photos since 1989, and has served as its president from 2003 to 2006. Hoepker published over 30 books and his photographs have been shown in many museums and galleries. He now lives in New York and in Southampton, Long Island.

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Capturing candid moments of the minutiae of daily life, Jesse Marlow’s work explores the banality of everyday existence. Encompassing themes of suburbia, abandonment and daily rituals his photographs depict colourful, graphic and sometimes humorous situations that challenge the viewer to question the composition. The exhibition is held at the Leica Galerie Fullerton until 1 February 2019*.

About Jesse Marlow: Winner of several major awards including the International Street Photography Prize and the Monash Gallery of Arts Bowness Prize, Marlow’s works are held in public and private collections around the world. He is also recognized as one of 45 outstanding street photographers from around the world to be included in the book “Street Photography Now”. In 2018, Marlow was selected as one of seven photographers to photograph Singapore as part of the Leica Q Illuminated campaign.

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'Incidental' is a series of work by Vineet and Rohit Vohra that teases the eye and tickles the mind. Sometimes by chance, but always by their unique way of seeing, the brothers captured moments that make chaos look disciplined. What results are incidental photographs born out of imagination. The exhibition is held at the Leica Galerie Fullerton until 27 November 2018*.

About the photographers:

Vineet Vohra
The first Indian Leica ambassador in history, Vineet has been teaching photography for the past 12 years. He is a resident mentor at Leica Akademie India, and sits on the panel of judges for the Miami Street Photography Festival, Italian Street Photography Festival, San Francisco Street Photography Festival, and London Street photography festival, amongst others.

Rohit Vohra
Rohit Vohra co-founded APF magazine with Vineet Vohra in 2013, with the intention of discovering new photographers with fresh perspectives. Rohits’s works have been exhibited in New York, Germany, Miami, London, Tel Aviv, Vietnam and India, and published in National Geographic, New York Times, and The Guardian. He is a resident mentor at Leica Akademie India.

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Fascinated with speed at a young age, Lakarda has travelled to Singapore, Melbourne, Barcelona, Shanghai, Monaco, Suzuka and Monza to watch and photograph the F1 races. With every race, he captures the speed and noise as the cars roar pass the stands, immortalising the passion and adrenaline. The exhibition is held at the Leica Store Marina Bay Sands from 12 September 2018 until 28 November 2018*.

About Lakarda: An accomplished photographer, Lakarda's works are published in magazines including Harper's Bazaar and Tatler and recently photographed Jamie Cullum at his concert in Paris.

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This year, seven photographers were selected to photograph seven cities with the Leica Q to create the thematic series “Q Illuminated”. One of the seven is Singaporean photographer, Hosanna Swee, and Leica Galerie is proud to present her works at the Leica Store Marina Bay Sands. Come and experience the results of Hosanna distilling the dichotomy of the old and new in the city that never sleeps. The exhibition is held at the Leica Store Marina Bay Sands from 16 August 2018 until 10 September 2018*.

About Hosanna Swee: A creative director by profession, photography has always been an integral part of Hosanna's life. It is an outlet where she uses to convey her thoughts and emotions.

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TWO: A Tale of Convergence

For the first time, Leica Galerie Singapore, has rolled out an innovative and bold exhibition that showcases work of two photographers from completely different backgrounds. Leica Galerie Singapore is a platform for internationally acclaimed artists as well as for established and emerging local photographers to present the world as it unfolds for their Leica lenses. Aptly titled 二: A Tale of Convergence, the entire narrative celebrates two individuals truly crossing artistic boundaries to elevate their individual approach to their passion – the art of photography. The exhibition is held at Leica Galerie Singapore at the Fullerton Hotel from 27 July 2018 until 26 October 2018*.

About the photographers: GEOFF ANG has a celebrated career as a fashion photographer and now a well-known regional commercial photographer as well as an ambassador for Leica SL. YIK KEAT is a self-taught urban photographer who at the age of 22 is already highly sought after for his inspiring shots.

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A SENSE OF HOME by Magnum Photographer Nikos Economopoulos

Exhibiting for the first time in South East Asia, Nikos Economopoulos will be showing his early work in and around the place that he calls home. Ladden with a dramatic sense of history, as seen from the outside, Greece and the Balkan peninsula provide the volatile settings of his first visual trajectories. What he traces however, is life in the margins of society, of war, of history. Despite and against all that, he depicts a sense of everyday life, simple life, life as it goes on. He sees it from inside, and then he turns it outwards taking it along his own life-long photographic journey, and making it his own compass. The exhibition is held at Leica Galerie Singapore at the Fullerton Hotel until 29 May 2018*. Prints are on sale. Please call +65 6336 9555.

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CITY OF LOVE by Elliott Erwitt

This festive season we present photographs by Elliott Erwitt, legendary photographer, longtime Magnum-member and master of the subtle art of wit. Erwitt found a permanent base in New York City but the passionate cosmopolite returns to the French capital, which was the scene of some of his first photographic ventures and home to Magnum Photos' founding office, on an almost regular basis – his Leica always at hand.

Erwitt's work is characterized by sharp, but always warm-hearted humor that stands out in the history of the medium. His pictures seem to constantly wink at us, they make us accomplices or point us to our vanities. It provides a human scale in Erwitt's political stories and adds a profoundness to his everyday observations which goes far beyond the captured moment.

Erwitt looks at Paris with the eyes of a flaneur. His Paris is the city of boulevards and cafés, of jardins and cabarets. He thus adds to the metropolis' myth, but thanks to his inimitable sense for the particularities of the everyday we feel like walking through the city for the very first time. The exhibition is held at Leica Galerie Singapore at the Fullerton Hotel until 31 January 2018*. Prints are on sale.

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Leica Galerie Singapore invites you to the gallery exhibition of "Undercurrents" (1999 - 2008) – an exhibition on a collection of short stories by award-winning photographer Ian Teh from his first book. Throughout countless journeys over a decade within China, he offers a glimpse of another life and another world rarely seen.

From the epic vanishing of the Yangtze River’s riverine cities, towns and villages to the coal mines of the Northeast, where the deepest roots of the Chinese industrial machine originate to the border towns of the Sino Russian North-Korean border, a region where history and a shared political past can be felt in the everyday fabric of life, Teh takes us on a singular journey across a vast nation in order to explore the early stages of her awakening. The exhibition is scheduled to run in Leica Galerie Singapore at the Fullerton Hotel from 9 November 2017 till 6 December 2017*.

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Celebration of Photography at ION Art Gallery

ION Art presents Photography Series 2017 in collaboration with Leica Galerie Singapore.

In conjunction with ION Orchard’s 8th Anniversary, the exhibition explores the art and beauty of photography featuring 8 series of work by 8 illustrious Singapore-based photographers: KC Eng, Laxmi Kaul, Andrew Lum, Francisco Marin, Justin Ong, Eric Sawitoski, Marc Tan, and Yuey Tan + Claire Jedrek, each expressing their unique style and subject, captured entirely on Leica cameras. The exhibition will run from 7 October 2017 to 15 October 2017 at the ION Art Gallery on Level 4 of ION Orchard.


The interaction with light and technology was what Oliver Vogler has always attracted to photography. In the Fotostudio or even at the most beautiful hours of the day, at the most beautiful spots on earth. Always to get the best results of the available light situation and the equipment, still appeals to him today. Always at the limit of the photographic possibilities and to exceed these limits, as well as the immensely high demands on the imaging line of Leica lenses, these are exactly the reasons to use the Leica Professional System. Oliver Vogler would like to introduce the interaction with people, nature and technology in his exhibition, scheduled to run in Leica Galerie Singapore at the Fullerton Hotel from 29 September 2017 till 8 November 2017*.

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An exhibition by The Straits Times and Leica Camera, showcases a series of unique moments in Singapore in a 24-hour period captured by ST photojournalists Neo Xiaobin and Kua Chee Siong, and published in ST print and digital platforms. The exhibition is scheduled to run in Leica Galerie Singapore at the Fullerton Hotel from 7 September 2017 till 28 September 2017*.

Proceeds from the sale of prints will be donated to The School Pocket Money Fund, a community project initiated by The Straits Times to provide pocket money to children from low-income families to help them through school.

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A PERSONAL VISION by Fulvio Bugani

Fulvio Bugani has never doubted that Cuba has a lot more to offer than what you see in travel brochures or hear on the news: he has already been working on his project to capture the soul of Cuba in photographs for five years. Looking for more than just the superficial image, Bugani first travelled to the Caribbean island in 2003: he was immediately captivated by the country, its wildlife, its cities and, above all, its people. He made Havana his second home and hung out with the locals. With the aim of capturing their diversity, Bugani created a colourful series of complex pictures with a strong alternation and interaction of bright light and deep shadows. Some of his protagonists are accompanied by their shadows, so that they step onto Bugani’s stage twice, while others are just represented with a portrait. His compositions always show the interplay of various levels of light and shadow, and, with the strong colours of the house walls, create a multi-layered overall image – as diverse as Cuban society itself.

Fulvio Bugani is the international Leica M10 Ambassador. The exhibition 'A Personal Vision' is scheduled to run in Leica Galerie Singapore at the Fullerton Hotel from 18 August 2017 till 6 September 2017*.

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Ara Güler, born 1928 in Istanbul, is arguably Turkey's most eminent photographer having captured the everyday life of the city's inhabitants for over 60 years. His work has been featured across international titles - Time, Life, Stern and Paris Match to name a few. Despite years of being on the road and photographing famous luminaries, Güler's heart remains rooted in Istanbul. He bears witness to its many changes, and continues to find inspiration photographing the city with his Leica camera. A testament to the responsibility he carries as a photojournalist, Güler once said, "photography is not an art, it is more important than art".

Ara Güler is the recipient of the Leica Hall of Fame Award 2016. The exhibition 'Memories of Istanbul' is scheduled to run in Leica Galerie Singapore at the Fullerton Hotel from 24 June 2017 till 31 July 2017*.

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Leica Galerie Singapore presents the opening of Odyssey: Picturing and Imagining the Okavango Delta, an exhibition by Singaporean photographer Alwyn Chong. His images are the result of a two-week expedition in the delta, a UNESCO World Heritage site in northwest Botswana characterized by permanent marshlands and seasonally flooded plains. They evoke the enchantment of a place that calls us home to nature.

Alwyn's gallery is on display from 13 January 2017 to 5 February 2017.

EN EL CAFÉ by Francisco Marin

In conjunction with the Embassy of Mexico in Singapore, Leica Camera Asia Pacific presents the exhibition En El Café by Mexican photographer, Francisco Marin. A wonderful discovery and appreciation of café cultures across cities, his photos explore the presence and shyness of human interaction; capturing beauty in its moments with deep thoughts and conversations.

Francisco's gallery is on display from 9 December 2016 to 9 January 2017.


Beyond Boundaries presents Laxmi Kaul and her journey with the people and nomads of Kashmir, where life is about simplicity, serenity and sincerity. What goes on around the borders? Sometimes life is about the unplanned moments, the appreciation of nature and how civilisations interact.

Laxmi shares, “I have been lucky to capture some beautiful moments and experience several real stories. I will continually follow up on these stories as I feel a strong connect with the place and people. They keep pulling me back for more.”

Laxmi Kaul connects with spirituality in daily life and travels with a patriotic zeal. She believes the camera is her tool and photography is an extension of her very being.

Laxmi's gallery is on display from 28 October 2016 to 7 December 2016.