Resource Centre

RESEARCH


Resource Centre

Our resource centre is a dedicated space for research and houses books, publications, and journals on contemporary art. The Resource Centre is a reference library,  our publications are not for loan.  If you are interested to use the resource centre, please email info@Ilhamgallery.com. Walk-in visitors are not allowed at this present time.

 

Further reading for "Bayangnya itu Timbul Tenggelam" exhibition

Ang, Daphne, and Peter Lee.  2015. 'Portraiture and Photography in Colonial Singapore,' Inherited & Salvage: Family Portraits From The NUS Museum Straits Chinese Collection. Singapore: NUS Baba House.

Batchen, Geoffrey. 1993. "The Naming Of Photography". History Of Photography 17 (1): 22-32. doi:10.1080/03087298.1993.10442589.

Cordon, Sophie. 2002. "South-East Asian Photography". History Of Photography 26 (4): 367-368. doi:10.1080/03087298.2002.10443310.

Falconer, John. 1987. A Vision Of The Past : A History Of Early Photography In Singapore And Malaya : The Photographs Of G.R. Lambert & Co., 1880-1910. Singapore: Times Edition.

Falconer, John, and J. M. Gullick. "The Bandar Bahru Photograph of 1875." Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 62, no. 1 (256) (1989): 21-34. Accessed July 15, 2020. www.jstor.org/stable/41493625.

George Eastman Museum. 2020. The Daguerreotype - Photographic Processes Series. Video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d932Q6jYRg8.

Gullick, J. M. "The Malay Community of Kuala Langat in the late Nineteenth Century." Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 77, no. 2 (287) (2004): 1-25. Accessed July 15, 2020. www.jstor.org/stable/41493523.

Hannavy, John, and Gael Newton. 2008. Encyclopedia Of Nineteenth-Century Photography. New York [N.Y.]: Taylor & Francis Group.

Liu, Gretchen. 1995. From The Family Album: Portraits From The Lee Brothers Studio, Singapore 1910-1925. Singapore: Landmark Books.

Moh, Alex, and Li-En Chong. 2004. Malaysian Photography: History & Beyond. Kuala Lumpur: Balai Seni Lukis Negara.

Mohd. Hanif Ghows, Mohd. Azzam. 2006. The Malayan Emergency Revisited. Kuala Lumpur: AMR Holding Sdn Bhd.

Moore, Wendy Khadijah. 2004. Malaysia: A Pictorial History 1400 - 2004. Kuala Lumpur: Editions Didier Millet.

Toh, Charmaine Lay Ping. 2020. "Imagining Singapore: Pictorial Photography From The 1950S To 1970S". PhD Thesis, University of Melbourne.

Wilder, Kelley, and Martin Kemp. 2002. "Proof Positive In Sir John Herschel's Concept Of Photography". History Of Photography 26 (4): 358-366. doi:10.1080/03087298.2002.10443309.

Zhuang, Wubin. 2013. 'Against the Grain: Photographic Practices in Malaysia since the 1950s.' Narratives in Malaysian Art Volume 2: Reactions—New Critical Strategies, edited by Nur Hanim Khairuddin, Beverly Yong and T.K. Sabapathy. Kuala Lumpur: RogueArt, 204-20.

Zhuang, Wubin. 2019. 'From the Archives: The Work of Photographer K.F Wong' Biblioasia. National Library Board of Singapore. http://www.nlb.gov.

Nadi Insan Mei 1979 - KDN 0521/79

Simon Says

Every week in the month of June 2020, Dr. Simon Soon, an art historian and senior lecturer at the University of Malaya's Visual Art Program, is available to answer all your burning questions on Art History. Submit your questions on our Instagram stories and posts or direct message us on Facebook.  

Question 1: How would you describe the emergence of Modernism in Malaysian Art?

Question 2: Should Malaysian Art be defined by an art historical canon?

 

 

 

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