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Photography Open Salon South-East Asia

Robert Rutoed is participating in the Photography Open Salon South-East Asia 2013 exhibition "An Eye for an Ear". The exhibition will be on display from March 28 through April 20, 2013 at ChinaHouse, George Town, Penang, Malaysia.

"An Eye For An Ear" explores photographic observations, concepts, emotions, experiences and beliefs relating to the silences and the sounds of our society and the visible and invisible that surrounds us. Changes in how we view the world as a result of the development of new communication technologies, things that we see but that others may not hear or be aware of, unspoken silences of fear and desolation, the joys of sound in laughter and music and universal pictorial expressions.

Installation at ChinaHouse 2013, Photos:

ChinaHouse is part of the Straits Collection. It is a traditional compound of 3 heritage buildings linked by an open air courtyard, now converted into 14 spaces with galleries, shops, cafés, restaurants and theatre. Restored and designed by Australian entrepreneur Narelle McMurtrie, ChinaHouse is one of the most happening places in Penang not only for its carefully selected and diverse daytime and evening artistic programmes but it is also famous for its exquisite cuisine. During the day it is a tranquil oasis to see art, have coffee and cake and read a book in beautiful Chinese Chic settings.

Photography Open Salon
An Eye For An Ear (Exhibition catalogue)
Right Time Right Place
Image from the series:
Right Time Right Place

Photography Open Salon
South-East Asia
"An Eye for an Ear"
March 28 - April 20, 2013

153-155 Beach Street
George Town, Penang, Malaysia



Softback Catalogue: 125 pages
Size: Portrait 200 x 135mm
Publisher: ubyu (July 2012)
Language: English

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