12:00PM-6:00PM (Tuesdays-Fridays); 10:00AM-6:00PM (Saturdays-Sundays)
Closed on Mondays
Analogous to scenes from Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, Tan Yeow Wooi’s Panicrama photo exhibition turns otherwise bland landscapes into whimsical urbanscapes that twist, wiggle and dance with a life of their own. The highlight of the exhibition is a book which showcases Tan’s unique photography, along with talks on the techniques and concepts involved in the art form.
Tan is a Penang-based architect who specialises in heritage conservation. Besides working as a photographer and a visual artist, he is also the director of the Tan Yeow Wooi Culture and Heritage Research Studio and author of three major publications: “Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi: The History and Architecture (2003)”, “Kapitan Chung Keng Kwee’s Shen Zhi Jia Shu and Hai Ji Zhan (2013)” and “Penang Shophouses: A Handbook of Features and Materials (2015)”. In addition to this, Tan screened his short documentary films Rojak Penang 1 and Rojak Penang 2 at the George Town Heritage Celebrations in 2012 and 2013.