Academic Director of Xie Zilong Photography Museum and curator Wang Xi is our final Invisible Photographer Asia 2018 Awards judge.
Jessica Lim will be juggling her new role as Director of Angkor Photo Festival, Southeast Asia’s longest-running international photography event, and as a judge in our Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2018.
Emmeline Yong believes strongly in having a single, focused view in all aspects of work. Join Yong as one of our IPA Awards judges as she shares briefly her take on women photographers.
Trained in social sciences and international relations, NayanTara believes that before opening or closing the shutter on a story, one should constantly question themselves on a most fundamental life principle: The Why.
Our 2018 awards judge Robert Godden highlights the overlapping roles of a photographer and an activist, and the delicate balance of ego and agency.
Prep your projects and get your edits ready. These are the submission details for the four categories in our upcoming Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2018.
We are excited to announce prizes worth up to $20,000 for four category winners in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2018.
We are most honoured and excited to announce our 2018 Jury Panel: NayanTara Gurung Kakshapati, Robert Godden, Jessica Lim, Wang Xi, Emmeline Yong, and Kevin WY Lee.
Yes, we’re dropping an early note here on what is upcoming in 2018 – A photography awards by Asia for Asia. Prizes and a winners’ exhibition in Singapore.
Introduce the Visualising Social Stories (VSS) Masterclass, a new online mentoring program coming in 2018.
Sean Lee (@puayyang) was born in 1985 and grew up in Singapore. His first body of work was Shauna, made between 2007 and 2009.
Spotlighting photographers and artists in Asia with takeover sessions on our Instagram feed. Click #IPAinstagramtakeover hashtag to view more.
Andri Tambunan is a documentary photographer and multimedia journalist based in Jakarta and Bali, Indonesia. He works on assignments and self-initiated projects focusing on social, environmental, and human rights issues.
Once when I was 5 or 6 years old, my dad gave me a piggyback ride one night and I looked up to the sky. I saw a ball of light, looked almost like one of the stars but it flew in circle for a while.
Photography and art are vocations that are different from a ‘regular’ job. Creativity cannot be spun out of financial duress.