Nostaligic Shanghai; ‘Through The Lens’ In Black And White Photographs

Pascale Monté-Papée. Eye Contact

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Pascale Monté-Papée. The invisible man

Pascale Monté-Papée is an avid photographer with a penchant for venturing across the globe, having lived in China, Senegal and Saudi Arabia, Monté-Papée is now based mostly in Singapore.

Pascale Monté-Papée. Nap on the stall

Pascale Monté-Papée.


Pascale Monté-Papée. Three buddies in Dongtai Lu

Her images in black and white no much less, provide a nostalgic glimpse right into a time bygone, earlier than at this time’s towering sky-scrapers and bustling visitors.

The exhibition, is titled, Shanghai Streets.

Pascale Monté-Papée. Morning Taichi

Pascale Monté-Papée is at present in Singapore, publishing a e book with a collection of images from her time in Shanghai between 1993 and 1994.

Pascale Monté-Papée. Mao at Fuyu Lu

Exhibition runs from 19 Jan – 27 Jan, 2019.

Shanghai Streets, might be staged by the photographic society of Singapore at Selegie arts centre.

For extra info go to, /selegie-arts-centre/

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