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Since he came to Singapore from New York City to work as an engineer in 2013, Mr Kotsidas has been taking photographs of life around him, going to far ends of Singapore like Kranji and even out at sea.

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Since he came to Singapore from New York City to work as an engineer in 2013, Mr Kotsidas has been taking photographs of life around him, going to far ends of Singapore like Kranji and even out at sea.

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Mr Kotsidas has teamed up with poet Shivram Gopinath to present I Know You're Upset, a photo book and exhibition at UltraSuperNew, featuring Mr Kotsidas's photos and Mr Gopinath's poetry.

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Ms Chang's work in A Dissection of...... takes a close look at the food Singaporeans love, which she believes can help her know a person better.

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The "secrets" in the series All The Lights We Cannot See.

Looking at Singapore through foreign eyes

Mar 24, 2017 5:50 AM

WORKS by two foreign-born, Singapore-based artists currently on show here not only give an idea of how they see the island republic, but also how they use their art to bridge understanding and build relationships.

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