The cavernous gallery is as still as a tomb. With my footsteps echoing through the dimly-lit hall, the images rise before me, stark and compelling. From the birth of a child, the triumphs and failures of a nation, to tragedies, victories, vignettes of daily life as well as reactive news and feature works, the evocative and striking selection of photographs scratch only the surface of the breathtaking body of work compiled by the New Straits Times photography desk over the past few decades. A Tribute To Life photo exhibition comprises part of the country’s oldest and pre-eminent newspaper’s huge archives of photographs taken over years of faithful reporting.
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