Known for his pastel-hued photographs that you might have come across on Instagram, Singaporean photographer Nguan is holding an exhibition called "How Loneliness Goes" at FOST Gallery this month.
"How Loneliness Goes" is about those of us who abide in the city, where the photographs employ Singapore's distinct architecture as both scenery and supporting cast for a lyrical and ambivalent portrayal of urban isolation. Whether depicted on their own or in the middle of a crowd, each protagonist in the images appear detached and bereft — a part of the living, yet apart from it.
To learn more about the photographer, check out our interview with him here.
"How Loneliness Goes" will run from 28 February to 12 April at FOST Gallery