Photo blog: 10 Abstract Photography Exhibition at The Print Room

The Print Room opened its 10: Abstract Photography Exhibition on 10th October, featuring 30 different abstract photographs by 10 photographers. Among them are Yong Yen-Nie, a freelance journalist; Richard Kaye, a mathematician; and, Yong Khean, a medical doctor.
The Print Room describes itself as “being devoted to nurturing film photography in Southeast Asia. The advent of digital technology may have democratised photography as an art form, but we believe that it’s only in film that photographers can truly appreciate the demands of light, shadow and colour and the rigours of composition … The Print Room aspires to build awareness and enhance appreciation for the visual arts, particularly in classical fine arts photography.”

Students of The Print Room, Yogamalar Rajadurai (2nd from left), Indrani Kopal (fourth from left) and Alex Chan
Abstraction stimulates discussion
The Print Room is carefully adapted from a 1970s bungalow, and now houses a studio. It is a lovely exhibition space that also fulfils the requirements of the white box
Considering the work of Yong Yen Nie, student of The Print Room
Paul Gadd of The Print Room
(from left) The Australian High Commisioner to Malaysia H.E. Miles Kupa, his wife, Zuly Chudori, and Lilian Tay of The Print Room  
10 through the looking glass

10 Abstract Photography Exhibition is held at The Print Room, 49, Lorong 16/9E, Petaling Jaya, until 13th November 2011.

Photography by Maran Perianen