Steve McCurry to Exhibit Iconic Photographs in Singapore

One of Mccurry's photographs taken during a Holi festival in India, where he spent an extensive amount of time travelling.
One of Mccurry's photographs taken during a Holi festival in India, where he spent an extensive amount of time travelling.

Renowned photojournalist Steve McCurry will be taking some of his most notable works to Singapore in January, in an exhibition that will offer visitors a glimpse into the photographer’s career over the past 30 years. Titled The Iconic Photographs, the exhibition will present a collection of McCurry’s photographs from his travels to Afghanistan, Myanmar, Thailand, Turkey, Sri Lanka, and India, some of which have earned him prestigious recognition and covers in countless books and magazines. McCurry is best known for his work Afghan Girl, which originally appeared in the National Geographic magazine in 1984. The Iconic Photographs has also been published as a book, featuring a collection of soulful portraits, vivacious street scenes, and beautiful landscapes that cross the boundaries of language and culture to capture the significant and the smaller stories of mankind. The exhibition is set to run from January 16 to February 21, 2016 at Singapore’s Sundaram Tagore Gallery.

For more information, visit Sundaram Tagore.

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