A Photography Showcase on Human Trafficking

Exhibition name: Bought and Sold: Voices of human trafficking
Date: 13th July – 2nd September 2012
Venue: Walkway in front of Mandarin Gallery, Orchard Road
Cost: Free

Date: 3rd – 21st September 2012
Venue: Main Library and U-Town, National University of Singapore
Cost: Free

Description: “Bought & Sold” is a powerful photographic art exhibition on human trafficking by award winning photographer Kay Chernush. It is organised by Singapore-based anti-trafficking organisation EmancipAsia, together with ArtWorks for Freedom Singapore, to raise awareness
of forced labour and sexual exploitation in Asia Pacific. By drawing on personal experiences from human trafficking victims, Chernush put together a well thought, beautiful ensemble of photographic artwork, each accompanied by impactful messages from those who had lived through
the ordeal of human trafficking.

Chernush is a leading US photographer with more than 25 years’ experience in commercial and fine art image-making. Her work has been commissioned by organisations such as ‘Free the Slaves’ and the ‘International Cocoa Initiative’, and has also appeared in over 50 feature stories with the
Smithsonian magazine. Her fine art work is included in the permanent collections of the World Bank and the UN Office on Drugs and Crime.

Organiser: EmancipAsia is a not-for-profit, volunteer run organisation led by Singaporean founder Ms Sylvia Lee to help combat human trafficking in Singapore and the Asia Pacific.

Website: http://emancipasia.org/

Contact and more details: More details about the event can be found on the website.

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Focus on technology, HIV/AIDS Awareness, Dementia and supporting several other social causes. Write mostly about the independent Arts scene in Singapore as well as the general works as organized by the various government bodies. Has a fascination with photography and indulge in a little mix of video editing. Very keen on living the social media experience without going over the top.
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