A Channel NewsAsia and Third Floor Productions documentary focused on raising awareness of sex trafficking along Cambodia’s border with Thailand. Filmed on location in Battambang, Cambodia with assistance from Homeland Cambodia. Martha Chaudhry featured photographer and investigator.
In The Spotlight: Photographer Martha Chaudhry On Beauty Through The Lens
Martha Chaudhry – Photography is a passion-driven expertise, and it seems that there is no one more passionate about it than the very talented Martha Chaudhry.
Martha is a Singapore-based photographer with 19 years of experience in the region. Her work is expansive, ranging from portraits to branding, and now includes personalized fine art pieces made from client’s existing photographs. Read More
Martha Chaudhry’s Personalised Family Art – Featured In Expat Living Magazine
The Art section of the feature boasted Martha’s incredible talents in the following excerpt:
“Like the rest of this home, the art collection is a wonderfully varied mix of the antique and the contemporary. As with the furniture, there’s far too much to list here; I’m especially struck, though, by two huge monochromatic works by acclaimed Chinese artist Qiu Zhie that hang in one elegant and minimally furnished ante-room.
The family’s latest proud acquisition, however, is a piece of bespoke “photographic weaving”, commissioned from one of Denise’s friends, the photographer Martha Chaudhry. Having first asked her client to provide up to 20 photographs from special times in her… Read More
938Live – The Hot Seat, Radio Interview
A radio interview with William Xavier, host of The Hot Seat on Singapore’s 938 FM (938Live) on October 2011. The interview is an amiable ramble through Martha’s career, training, digital photography, creative philosophy, technical skills and gaps, music, philanthropy and more. Listen to the podcast.
Exhibition: And the Rest of Such Things, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore 2016
And the rest of such things presents final works and projects by 11 graduates from this year’s MA Fine Arts programme. Featuring a range of media, including painting, photography, sculpture, installation and video, the exhibition illuminates the intricacies and complexity of creative processes. The artists’ experimentations, trials and positioning in the studio are put into perspective through a reflexive and collective curatorial process that has led to the current exhibition.
The title And the rest of such things suggests the idea that the exhibition can be experienced as a threshold between explorations of the past and infinite possibilities for the future. Read more
Exhibition: Sweet Spot, Brother Joseph McNally Gallery, Singapore 2016
Dagrun Adalsteinsdottir, Deusa Blumke, Martha Chaudhry, Jordi Fornies, Kanchana Gupta, Kathryn Kng, Justin Lee, George Liu Zhen, Patrick Ong, Sukeshi Sondhi and Grace Tan
Sweet spot presents works-in-progress by 11 candidates from MA Fine Arts. Developed through studio practice, experimentation and group discussion, the works represent the candidates’ diverse approaches to painting, sound, performance, video, photography and installation. Read more
Martha Chaudhry Shortlisted for the Chan Davies Art Prize 2016
Echo: Inside out. LASALLE x CAFA exchange exhibition
Echo: Inside out’ is a cross-disciplinary and cultural exchange programme developed by the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in Beijing and LASALLE College of the Arts. This exhibition features works in a range of media made collaboratively by students and graduates from BA and MA programmes at CAFA and LASALLE.
‘Echo: Inside Out’ is a partner event of Singapore: Inside out, a travelling showcase of creative talent from Singapore in celebration of SG50.
Singapore: Inside Out – A showcase of Singapore’s contemporary creative talents
Singapore, 30 January, 2015 – Come April 2015, some of Singapore’s contemporary creative talents will take to the international stage as part of the travelling showcase “Singapore: Inside Out”. These talents and their works will form the core presentation of the showcase as it travels across the globe to Beijing, London and New York City before returning to Singapore. Led by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) as part of SG50 celebrations, Singapore: Inside Out seeks to broaden the international community’s perception of Singapore through a diverse presentation of our creative works.
Article: The Appearance of an Exhibition: Space, Things, and Art, ArtHop Magazine 2016
From the 22nd of April, 2016, till the 8th of May, 2016, the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) Singapore held the exhibition “And the rest of such things…”. Shown by the graduates of the LASALLE MA of Fine Arts, the exhibition featured the works of 11 artists, curated by programme coordinators Adeline Kueh and Ian Woo, as well as ICA Singapore curator Silke Schmickl. ArtHop sits down with five of the artists (Martha Chaudhry, Kanchana Gupta, Kathryn Kng, Justin Lee and Grace Tan) and Silke Schmickl, to delve into the process behind the making of the exhibition, paying especial attention to the materiality of the space itself and its implications for the creation of art. Click here to read more
Martha Chaudhry’s work included in ‘+50’ : a photo book of work by 50 Singaporean photographers, Platform 2016
A grassroots project to promote Singapore photography that used $4,000 in seed funding to publish 20 photo books will culminate in the launch of two more photo books next Monday.
The project is helmed by photography collective Platform, whose founders, photographers Tay Kay Chin, Darren Soh, Ernest Goh and Leonard Goh, started the TwentyFifteen initiative in 2013, to support established and emerging photo- graphers here. Read more here
[ Sneaks from +50 Book: See Through Daily, Singapore by Martha Ricketts Chaudhry ]
More than two years ago, I began to notice the compositions that could be created by holding newspapers up to the morning sun. By shining light through the pages, montages of image, text and graphics – accidentally created by editorial choices – reveal themselves. The backlight forces a page-two image onto a front-page one or vice versa, distorting the editorial intention of the original visuals. Read more
MCP photo selected for the cover of Expat Living Kid’s Magazine 2012-13
The Expat Living Kids’ Guide covers everything from fertility and pregnancy to education and counselling. It’s the essential guide on all key issues relating to expat infants, toddlers, tweens and teens. Get opinions from experts and fellow expatriates on schooling, the best indoor and outdoor activities, fashion, family holidays and more.