It is with great honour to announce my First solo photography exhibition, featuring my greatest love: Ball-Joint-Dolls (BJDs). Please view the end of this news article for details with regards to the Opening Night Reception RSVP:
RESIN LIFE AN ASIAN BALL-JOINT-DOLLS PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION presented by Lim Qing Hui Diana
The Arts House, Print Gallery at Old Parliament Lane
1 Old Parliament Lane, Singapore 179429
4th July 2010 18th July 2010
Time: 10am 10pm
*Admission is Free
Asian Ball-Joint-Dolls (ABJDs) is a term used to describe modern dolls that are made with ball and socket joints. However, these dolls are different from a child's normal play dolls. Predominately produced in Japan, South Korea and China, these dolls are intended for adult collectors and customizers. They are sculpted from resin, fully customizable and accurately portray the human anatomy and aesthetics.
20-year-old Diana Lim is proud to present her first solo photography exhibition at The Arts House, Print Gallery. Featuring a selection of photographs taken over 2 years, the exhibition titled "Resin Life" showcases a side of Still-Life Photography unlike any other. Immerse yourself now into the beautiful surreal world of doll photography that seemingly breathes a life of its own.
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=============Resin Life Opening Night Reception: 3rd July 2010, 7pm=============
I will be having an Opening Night Reception on the 3rd July 2010, 7pm for friends, family and distinguished guests. However, if you're interested to turn up for the Opening Night, please dev-note me or email me at email@example.com as the opening night entry is strictly by INVITATION ONLY.
Do not worry if you're not a close friend or anything as anyone is welcome for the opening night reception. However, please understand that this is due to security and accountability purposes and thus, I seek your kind understanding and accommodation in this matter.
Kindly RSVP by 16th June 2010 for the Opening Night Reception. Thank you