Leica Camera shares a passion for and a love of creative photography of the highest standards with many people around the world – that’s why making such works and their creators accessible to people with this passion has always been important to Leica. For decades now, and for this precise reason, Leica has offered both prominent Leica photographers and emerging new talents an opportunity to present their work to a wider audience. The Leica galleries were conceived as the ideal forum for this purpose.

No Time To Die - Behind The Scenes Exhibition


10.09.21 - 30.10.21 | Leica Galerie Raffles Hotel

This exclusive exhibition celebrating the release of No Time To Die features behind-the-scenes photography from the set of the 25th Bond adventure. Curated by 007 producer Michael G. Wilson, the show unveils 25 unique black and white photographs. Experience No Time To Die from the perspective of Michael G. Wilson, actor Daniel Craig, and photographers Nicola Dove and Greg Williams, and bear witness to scenes from the highly anticipated film before its theatrical release.

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The Hero Within - Exhibition

north korea interlude

01.10.21 - 30.10.21 | Alain Schneuwly | Leica Marina Bay Sands

Alain’s desire to visit twice in 2019 the Democratic People's Republic of Korea is well summarised by the quote of Japanese Magnum photographer Hiroji Kubota: “Study the works of the greatest photographers like Henri Cartier-Bresson and Andre Kertesz. Try to travel to many parts of the world and understand what a diverse world we live in.” Hiroji was in North Korea in 1986. 

So, in February 2019, a week before the second Trump Kim summit in Hanoi, he travelled to North Korea with Koryo tours, in and around Pyongyang for one week. He decided to go back in November 2019 for one week, this time with Choson Exchange, a Singapore based social nonprofit organisation focused on economic policy, business and legal training for young North Koreans.

Alain Schneuwly is a travel and street photographer based in Singapore since 2010. Over the last 30 years, he has had the opportunity to travel and photograph London, New York, Singapore, China, Morocco, the tribes of West Papua; and recently North Korea to name a few places which drew his curiosity. Street photography has enabled him to capture the world around him candidly, without constraints, and to express his emotions and share his view of the world as a simple witness.

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