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StudioNUMA crafting ideas

Studio NUMA provides images for local and foreign companies in the field of corporate photography, which includes portrait, corporate, studio and lifestyle photography. We also "craft ideas" for shows and exhibitions.

Under the direction of Omar Montenegro, Studio NUMA operates in Singapore since 2015. Get in touch by phone +65 9838 3323 (Singapore) or e-mail at numa@studionuma.com

PORTRAITS

CORPORATE PHOTOGRAPHY

STUDIO LIGHTS

EXHIBITIONS

PORTRAITS OF ASIA, A 10 YEARS JOURNEY

This exhibition, originally scheduled for April 2020 in Argentina is on hold due to Covid-19

"Southeast Asia has dazzled me for many reasons. Its ancient customs, the colorful markets that boil with energy, the large cities that grow at a frantic pace, the small towns that transport us to the past, the languages of unintelligible writings, the confusing body language. There lives the majestic tiger, also the elephant that illustrated the stamp of my childhood collection. With the inherent limitations of printed paper, these photos expose my look at this fascinating region of the planet".

Omar Montenegro, photographer

"THE GREATEST PARTY ON EARTH"

A traveling exhibition of haute couture costumes, music and photographs of Rio de Janeiro's carnival.

Rio's lavish carnival is one of the world's most famous. Scores of spectacular floats surrounded by thousands and thousands of dancers, singers, and drummers parade through the enormous Sambodromo Stadium dressed in colorful and elaborate costumes. The festivities attract thousands of people from all corners of the world. Carnaval, as spelled in Portuguese, is a 4-day long celebration, starting on Saturday and ending on Fat Tuesday, also known as Mardi-Gras

THE EXHIBITION WAS FEATURED IN BANGKOK, TOKYO, AND SEOUL. Our next stop is Singapore

"FRANCE-BRAZIL, A LOVE STORY. The french heritage in Rio de Janeiro."

"The examples of the exchange between Paris and Rio are comprehensive and endless. The French intervention with works of timeless beauty left a strong influence on the appearance of Rio de Janeiro. It gave a Parisian touch that made the city even more wonderful."

Photographs by Omar Montenegro

Credits:

photographs by Omar Montenegro