May 24, 2006

Singapore Portraits


Darlene Lin, a NY-based portrait photographer, is this month’s Objectifs artist-in-residence. Come down to her solo exhibition-cum-installation at Basheer Books Gallery, for a taste of how she views people who live, work and play in Singapore.

Portraits were taken at BooksActually earlier in the month.

You can try to spot my photo.

And if you have the time, go down to BooksActually… for books actually worth reading.

Posted by Randy at May 24, 2006 09:00 PM in miscellaneous

Congratulations Ms. Lin!

Your picture-perfect photographs were breath taking. I’ve never been to Singapore but as if your photos took me there when I saw them. At one time they made me feel how tiring it must be if I’m a worker at Singapore. At another time, it made me feel how relaxing it is to live there.

The drama that your pictures convey to all viewers is exemplary. Two thumbs up! I wish you will have another exhibit soon.


Posted by: Portrait Photography at September 21, 2006 11:50 AM


Your work work really speak to me. I appreciate great photos and yours really tells a great story behind each one. It gives the person viewing a real sense of reality and life. Fantastic work. Keep it up and I hope your career continues to grow.


Posted by: Jenny Schwartzberg at October 25, 2006 10:59 AM
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