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Photographer Little Ong's exhibition features The Shelves (above), CorporateToil, Naomi And The Boys. The show took him a decade to put together and was initially going to be just a showcase of his own works before it grew to include over 80 photographers and writers who contributed words, pictures, music, videos and more.
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Photographer Little Ong's exhibition features The Shelves, CorporateToil (above), Naomi And The Boys; and Daily Ritual. The show took him a decade to put together and was initially going to be just a showcase of his own works before it grew to include over 80 photographers and writers who contributed words, pictures, music, videos and more.
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Photographer Little Ong's exhibition features The Shelves, CorporateToil, Naomi And The Boys (above); and Daily Ritual. The show took him a decade to put together and was initially going to be just a showcase of his own works before it grew to include over 80 photographers and writers who contributed words, pictures, music, videos and more.
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Photographer Little Ong's exhibition features The Shelves, CorporateToil, Naomi And The Boys; and Daily Ritual (above). The show took him a decade to put together and was initially going to be just a showcase of his own works before it grew to include over 80 photographers and writers who contributed words, pictures, music, videos and more.

Retro rock

A retrospective exhibition on local rock music has reunited long-lost industry stalwarts and helped unearth the scene's unexpectedly rich history.
Apr 10, 2015 5:50 AM

LITTLE Ong might not have recorded a single note but he's been a core contributor to the local music scene for more than two decades.

As a photographer, he's shot "tens of thousands" of pictures of homegrown musicians performing live. A selection is currently on display at the exhibition