Arabelle Zhuang (b. 1996) is an interdisciplinary artist working across photography, moving image and textiles.

In her practice, Zhuang examines the interpersonal relationship, beauty in the peripheral and the cyclical nature of being.

She is interested in developing narratives that search for the multiplicities of the everyday life and the layers in between.

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FT Weekend, Emi Eu of STPI is a hometown hero in Singapore. Jan 2023.

FT Globetrotter, Art fair director Shuyin Yang’s Singapore. Jan 2023.

FT Globetrotter, Five of Singapore’s best places for brunch with a difference. Feb 2022.

FT Globetrotter, 'The taste of nostalgia’: five top spots for classic Singaporean food. Oct 2021.

ART SG, New Media: Southeast Asia's response to the blockchain environment, June 2021.

FT Globetrotter, Hot plates: four of Singapore’s most delicious — and innovative — restaurants. April 2021.

FT Globetrotter, A magical melting pot: where to find Singapore’s best street foodApril 2021.

YWYW Magazine, Arabelle Zhuang: The Cyclical Nature of Being. October 2020.

METAL Magazine, Arabelle Zhuang The Space Between Breaths Feb 2020.

CNN Style, Photographer Arabelle Zhuang Captures the Formative Bonds That Girls Share. Jan 2020.

Artsy Editorial, Photographer Arabelle Zhuang Captures the Formative Bonds That Girls Share. Jan 2020.

Creative Review. Gradwatch 2019: Photographer Arabelle Zhuang, Falmouth University. 2019.

FT Weekend, We Know Where We're Going: London's Women Black Cab Drivers. 2019.

British Journal of Photography. “Incredible and inspiring”: stories of success from Portrait of Britain. Feb 2019.

Shortlistee for Portrait of Britain 2018 and featured in the Portrait of Britain Book. Aug 2018

South China Morning Post. Home Away From Home. Jul 2018

South China Morning Post. Lion City Shoppers Give in to Higher Retail Power. Jun 201


At Dusk, We Tread the Earth, Urban Screens, Singapore Art Week, Singapore. Jan 2023

KIAF PLUS, The Columns Gallery, Seoul, Korea. Sep 2022

[𝚃𝚁𝚄𝚂𝚃 𝚃𝙷𝙴 𝙱𝙻𝙾𝙾𝙼], The Screens Guru, Art Space Basement, Three Store, Hong Kong. Jul 2022

At Dusk, We Tread the Earth, STARCH, Singapore. Feb 2022

Skinfolk, Kinfolk: Portrait & Landscape II, S.E.A. Focus, The Columns Gallery, Singapore. Jan 2022

Material Sense, The Columns Gallery, Singapore. Oct 2021 – Jan 2022

Say It With Flowers, Ballarat International Foto Benniale, Australia. Aug 2021 – Jan 2022

To Sit Near, Solo Exhibition, Singapore. Oct – Nov 2020

Dream Wave, Streets of Hope, National Arts Council, Singapore. Aug 2020

Twenty Distinctive Women That Are Changing The Art World, Chauvet Arts. Nashville, Tennessee. Mar 2020

Last Minute Group Show, We Can't Live Here Forever, Singapore. Mar 2020

Open Eye Gallery Zine and Photobook Fair, Liverpool. Sep 2019

UNSIGNED. BBH London. Sep 2019

AOP Student Awards 2019. Wex Photo London. Jul 2019

Digital Window Gallery: Open Source 09. Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool. Jul 2019

There Is A Light That Never Goes Out Exhibition. Falmouth, Cornwall. May 2019.

The Too Tired Project's #tootiredwarsaw. Leica Gallery, Warsaw, Poland. Mar 2019.

Life & Death Exhibition. Small Ships, Falmouth, Cornwall.  Feb 2018.

Edge Awards 2018. Penryn, Cornwall. Oct 2018.

Currents Exhibition. Falmouth University 2nd year BA(Hons) Press & Editorial Photography Show. Oxford House, London. Mar 2018.

Here We Are Exhibition by MAYN, Falmouth Town, Cornwall. Dec 2017.

FEMUR Photo, Penryn, Cornwall. Dec 2017

SUBCULTURE Magazine Issue 1 Launch Party. Falmouth, Cornwall. Sept 2017

Unfamiliar Places, The Chintz Symposium, Falmouth, Cornwall. 2017.

UNDERGRAD Issue 1 Launch, Hand Beer Bar, Falmouth, Cornwall. 2017.

Gruff-mag. DYDH DA. Press & Editorial Photography Exhibition, Falmouth University, Cornwall. 2017.