Charmaine Poh (傅秀璇) is a Singaporean-Chinese documentary photographer and artist whose work concerns memory, gender, youth, and solitude. She is dedicated to unfolding narratives across Asia.
She has made work on class divide in Bangladesh, women in a transitioning Burma, and LGBTQ rights in Cambodia. Her latest personal projects focus on young adulthood in Singapore.
Born in 1990, she graduated with a B.A. in international relations from Tufts University in 2013, where she was also a student in the Program for Narrative and Documentary Practice.
She also co-founded Clicking Together, an education initiative in India that uses photography to bridge socio-economic and cultural gaps in society.
Currently in: Singapore
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Group Exhibitions and Showcases:
2016 Pop-up Noise: Soul-Searching, Chinatown, Singapore
2016 Girl Gang, Artistry, Singapore
2016 A Good Woman, Human Rights Human Dignity Film Festival, Yangon, Myanmar
2016 Room, If Home was a Word for Illusion, The Substation, Singapore
2016 This is Home, Brack x Matt3r, Queenstown, Singapore
2015 Learning to Leave, Pop-Up Noise, Singapore
2014 Prologue, No Other City, Shooting Home Reunion Show, Artistry, Singapore
2014 Noise Singapore TAP Exhibition, SAM at 8Q, Singapore
2013 Wealthy in Bangladesh, Tufts University Slater Gallery, Boston, MA
2012 Life Along Yangon River, Burma in Transition, Tufts University Slater Gallery, Boston, MA
2012 Undocumented Immigrants, WY Gallery, Boston, MA
Features and Assignments:
2016 Nope Fun Interview
2014 Noisefeed Journal: Learning to Leave
2017 New York Portfolio Review selected participant
2016 National Arts Council Capability Development Grant
2014 Noise Singapore Award
2016 Angkor Photo Workshop, Siem Reap, Cambodia
2016 VII Masterclass, Berlin, Germany
2013 B.A. International Relations, Tufts University, Boston, USA
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