May 7, 2010
Arissa Ha

Ohai, I’m here to pimp the latest exhibition of my dear friend Zhang Jingna. If you don’t already know her, shame on you.

This is her second solo exhibition and I’m very excited to be going for the opening.

The collection will feature Japanese-themed works and also a highly anticipated and exclusive pictures with Sugizo (X-Japan) as well as previously unpublished works.

The exhibition will be held at:

Japan Creative Centre
4 Nassim Road,
Singapore 258372

29 May to 18 June 2010
10am – 6pm, Tues to Sat (Closed on Sun & Mon)
Free Admission

There will also be a meet-the-artist session on 5 June (Sat) 2010, 2pm – 3pm with limited seating. (RSVP required)

Also, you heard it first here, that there will also a small section with behind-the-scene photos, outtakes and personal items like books, manga, DVDs that has served as an inspiration for Jingna all these years.

For more information regarding the exhibition, visit:

http://dreams.zhangjingna.com

Hope to see you there~!!

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8 Responses to “Angel Dreams- A Photography Exhibition by Zhang Jingna”

  1. Hugo says:

    I wish I could go. And there’s any chance of a post of the opening day?

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    Arissa replied on

    Definitely~!

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  2. Rei Rei Tan says:

    sugizooooooo ~~~~ Arghhh will only be back in sg in july T_T I WANNNA GOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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    Arissa replied on

    Don’t worry! I’ll do a post and put up some of the Sugizo goodness up here. >:3

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  3. Rin says:

    =O I wanna go~ But I don’t live in Singapore, darn >.<

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    Arissa replied on

    I’ll be posting a blog post on the opening day~!! I’m sure there will be other people who would post on the event as well. :)

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  5. Those are some fantastic images, wish mine were that good!

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