Poster Haenyeo Photo Exhibition jose jeuland sinagpore

Jose will embark on an international photography exhibition in 27 October to 22 November 2017 to showcase his photography journey about the Haenyeo women.

Jose’s work about the Haenyeo has been published in various online and offline media, and has garnered strong interests from many organisations. Making Singapore the first country in his international photography exhibition, Jose would bring the exhibition viewers into his world of storytelling and inspire the next generation of culture vultures.

Jose first chanced upon the Haenyeo women when he decided to participate in an Ultra Trail Running Race in Jeju Island and was conducting research on the island. He was enthralled by the innate beauty of the Haneyeo women and how strongly they epitomised courage and perseverance.

The Haenyeo was recently added to UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list, which is an important milestone for these women. A generation that is slowly disappearing behind the curtains of globalisation, this photography journey has inspired Jose and provided him with a deeper understanding of the Korean culture.

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, an organisation that has consistently shown strong support for the arts, is proud to be the venue sponsor for Jose’s Haenyeo women photography exhibition. The exhibition will be organized by COCO PR & Communications Singapore.

Photography display (giant size from 180cm x 120cm to 90cm x 60cm)

Video Teaser of the Photography Exhibition - HAENYEO Singapore

Video VIP Opening Launch of the Photography Exhibition - HAENYEO Singapore

How to Get There

The Haenyeo Women Photography Exhibition will be held at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore from 27 October to 22 November 2017.

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

Nearest MRT station (Raffles Place): Less than 5 minutes’ walk
Changi International Airport: Less than 30 minutes’ drive away

Venue: East Garden Foyer, The Fullerton Hotel

Address: 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178

Entry Fee: Free Admission

Opening Hours: 24 Hours

Official Sponsors and  Support

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Products For Sale

Show your support for the arts and contribute to society by purchasing Fine Art Prints from Jose Jeuland Photography. The print comes in three sizes to suit your decoration needs or collection  purpose (225cm x 150cm, 150cm x 100cm, or 45cm x 30cm). Each print will be produced on a EPSON Fine Art media (Epson Signature Worthy Hot Press Bright) and printed by a SURECOLOR P10070 and SURECOLOR P20000 EPSON printer. The prints will be mounted on Aluminium Dibond Dilite 3mm with aluminium hanging bracket, to add a touch of sophistication to the environment.

A percentage of sales proceeds from the sales of Fine Art Print will be donated to UN WOMEN SINGAPORE COMMITTEE organisation to help them in need.

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With an increase in the recognition given to the arts scene in Singapore and the support garnered within the community, we invite organisations and institutions to show support for the local arts community by joining us as a sponsor for this exhibition. You may choose from four distinct sponsorship packages to show your support.
Click here for more information on how you can be part of this exciting exhibition.

Group Visit – Talk Storytelling or Workshop – Events Collaboration

For any group visit, talk (art, photography, culture, travel) or events in collaboration with the Exhibition or with the Photographer, please do contact us at

More Haenyeo photographs and stories

Jose Jeuland set out to document these Haenyeo women who have dedicated their lives to this craft. “ In every photograph that I shoot, I try to encapsulate the essence of the 
Haenyeo. Some of the Haenyeo are portrayed in monotone to help the audience feel
emotions similar to what the Haenyeo often go through. Through these photographs, I
want to help the audience experience and appreciate these women for they are the last
generation of the Haenyeo “, Jose Jeuland shared.

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