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PERSONAL PORTFOLIO BY INTERNATIONALLY-ACCLAIMED PHOTOGRAPHER TRI LUU (Singapore)

$180

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Grab the rare opportunity to have your personal portfolio taken by internationally-acclaimed photographer Tri Luu, who will be in Singapore for the month of January, 2011.

Important: There will only be 10 slots available for this deal as Tri will only be in Singapore for the period of 15-27 Jan 2011 to undertake your personal portfolio shoot. Once the 10 slots are taken up (on a first-come-first-book basis), we apologize that we will not be able to accommodate any more requests.

This shoot is for anyone who desires to have a meaningful keepsake of himself/herself, akin to a personalized work of art – and not just for the young and body-beautiful. Discover and capture your own unique charms through the lens of a top international photographer (who is a truly nice guy too!).

Details of the deal

About Tri Luu

Tri Luu is an internationally-acclaimed photographer with over 10 years of professional experience. He studied at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (Bachelor of Fine Arts - Photography) and at New York University (Master of Fine Arts) and is today a full-time photographer with a renowned international publication. He has held solo and group exhibitions in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Singapore, Madrid and Tokyo and been featured in various international arts publications, catalogues and articles.


*Articles / Interviews


“Extraordinary People – Pure Shores” by Woon Tai Ho, Men’s Folio Singapore 04/2010

“ Monks across Asia” Asian Geographic “ No 69 – 08/2009

“Such a Casual Man, but so Many Auras” by Kay Larson
New York Times, Sunday June 11, 2006

Kyoto Journal – issue #57, 2004
http://www.kyotojournal.org/kjback/kjback32.html

“A Poetry of Transience” by Joseph McElroy
Shambhala Sun, March 2004 issue

“Study and Laughter: Portraits of Temple Life” by Peter Alsop
Tricycle Magazine: The Buddhist Review, Summer 2003 issue

“Pictures Speak of Peace” by Shahida Ariff
The Straits Times, Singapore, December 2, 20


Exhibitions


* Solo Exhibitions

- 2009 "Black, White & Blue" John Erdos Gallery, Singapore.

- 2006
“Footsteps Across Asia”
John Erdos Gallery, Singapore.

- 2004
“Impermanence”
Thomas Werner Gallery, New York.

- 2003
“Portraits of Peace”
John Erdos Gallery, Singapore.

- 2001
“Faces of Faith”
John Erdos Gallery, Singapore.

- 2000 “Faces of Faith” Jameson Whyte Gallery, New York.


* Group Exhibitions

- 2010 “Friends Without Border” NYC

- 2010
“The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama” Brukenthal National Museum in Siblu Romania.

- 2009
“The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama” Frost Art Museum, Miami, Florida.

- 2009
“The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama” Frost Art Museum, Miami, Florida.

- 2009
“The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama” Frost Art Museum, Miami, Florida.

- 2009
“The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama” Fundacion Canal, Madrid, Spain.

- 2008
“The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama” Tokyo, Japan.

- 2008
“The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama” Yerba Buena Center for the Art, San Francisco, CA.

- 2007
“The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama”
Loyola University Museum of Art, Chicago, IL.

- 2007
“The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama”
Rubin Museum of Art, New York, NY

- 2006
“The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama”
UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, Los Angeles, CA

- 2006 "Another Asia" Noorderlicht, Netherlands.

- 2005
“Family Defined: An Aesthetic Collaboration Among Alice Austen, Tri Huu Luu,
John P. Naughton and the Public”
Alice Austen
House Museum, Staten Island, New York.

- 2004
“The Invisible Thread: Buddhist Spirit in Contemporary Art”
(http://www.snug-harbor.org/newhouse/invisible.html) New

House Center for Contemporary Art at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center,
Staten Island, New York.


* Auction Exhibitions

- 2009
13th Annual “Friends without a border” Photography Auction
Benefiting Angkor Hospital for Children, New York City.

- 2008
12th Annual “Friends without a border” Photography Auction
Benefiting Angkor Hospital for Children, New York City.

- 2007
11th Annual “Friends without a border” Photography Auction
Benefiting Angkor Hospital for Children, New York City.

- 2006
10th Annual “Friends without a border” Photography Auction
Benefiting Angkor Hospital for Children, New York City.

- 2005
9th Annual “Friends without a border” Photography Auction
Benefiting Angkor Hospital for Children, New York City.

- 2004
8th Annual “Friends without a border” Photography Auction
Benefiting Angkor Hospital for Children, New York City.


* Publications

“Evam Me Sutum: Thus Have I Heard” by Tri Huu Luu
de.MO publishing
Publication date pending

“The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama”
Publication of exhibition catalogue pending

“The Invisible Thread: Buddhist Spirit in Contemporary Art”
Exhibition catalogue published by Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 2004


* Auction catalogues

12th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction catalogue, 2008

11th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction catalogue, 2007

10th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction catalogue, 2006

9th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction catalogue, 2005

8th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction catalogue, 2004


Specific Terms

1. Each shoot will be for 2 hours, excluding an additional 30 minutes for equipment set up.

2.  This is a digital photography portfolio and there are no hardcopy prints. At the end of the photography shoot, you would select any 30 images for digital touch-up (no extra charge). Within a period of 7 working days, we could either mail you the CD-ROM containing the selected digital images or you could choose to self-collect the CD-ROM from our Singapore office at #01-02B, The Platinum, Singapore 058345.

3. We recommend that the shoot be conducted at the SportsmenAsia studio at #03-36, Chinatown Point, 133 New Bridge Road, Singapore 059413 (studio use is free of charge). You may also arrange to have the shoot at an appropriate outdoor location or hotel room/apartment/residence but do note that in this case, you would have to reimburse Tri for the cab fare to and fro the chosen location, and that you are wholly responsible for any additional location fees or room rates payable, and for ensuring that the chosen location is conducive and available for the photography shoot.

4. Upon our confirmation of your successful purchase of this deal, Tri would liaise with you directly via email and telephone/SMS on your choice of date/time for the shoot. Please note that the period available for the shoot is only for 15-27 Jan 2011 (between the hours of 10a.m – 10p.m daily) and that the booking of the time slot is subject to availability on a first-come-first-book basis.

5. Due to Tri’s demanding travel and exhibition schedule, we apologize that there will not be any refund or re-shoot or time extension given if you do not show up for the shoot at the appointed time and date, regardless of reason/s.

6. The portfolio is for an individual shoot and you may purchase or transfer the deal to another person as a gift if you wish. Tri will liaise with you personally prior to the date of the shoot to determine the concept and style of the shoot based on your preference and the location suitability. Artistic nudity is allowed but there shall be no pornographic or sexual depiction.

Tri Luu