Born in Italy, Marina Zuccarelli holds a master in Economic from the University of Genoa in Italy and a master in Art Management from La Salle College of the Arts. She is currently at the final stage of a PhD at Nanyang Technological university with a research on participatory art practices using photography as a medium. As a photographer she exhibited in Belgium, Switzerland, Singapore and Italy and she has been awarded at Pingyao Photography Festival. Since 2016, she conducts workshops of photography at cancer centers in Singapore and has led various participatory art projects with cancer survivors. Her research interest include participatory art, art management, photography history and art and health practices. Since August 2022 she will be based in Amsterdam.

Photography in Southeast Asia: A Survey

Book Review: “Photography in Southeast Asia: A Survey” by Zhuang Wubin

Photography arrived in Southeast Asia soon after its discovery in Europe in 1839, provoking contrasting reactions and developing in different ways according to the environment where it was introduced, yet having indeed an important impact in the modernisation of the region. Photography in South East Asia: a Survey offers us the opportunity to venture on […]

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