Set against a backdrop of Government buildings and monolithic office towers, this somewhat “nostalgic” mode of resistance encircled a singular “privatized public” space.

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Dayanita Singh, India’s dame of photography and bookmaking, has been rather active lately on her Facebook Page sharing her advice and opinions for aspiring photographers.

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Vidarbha district has been called the ‘Cotton Belt’ but it is now known as ‘Suicide Belt’ for its large number of farmer suicides (over 1000 suicides a year) especially by men, the heads of families.

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A series of nocturnes of Northeast Singapore, a frontier in the nation’s continuing dream towards a modern, civilised world. Made in residency with Exactly Foundation.

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Hip Hop is still a relatively modern concept in Kunming and the rest of China. Photographs & Text: A J Ghani, Bangladesh.

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Hong Kong photographer Lau Chi Chung’s “Landscaped Artifacts” (2013) won him the New Photography Artist of the year, Lianzhou Foto 2013.

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“An artist identity is vital in creating an impression.” An interview with rising Singapore artist Sarah Choo.

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Fascinating work by Vietnamese American Binh Danh using “chlorophyll printing process”, a technique he invented in which photographic images appear embedded in leaves through the action of photosynthesis.

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The pursuit of happiness for its own sake is a fool’s errand. As a goal it is frivolous and unrealistic.

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This is a story of a fictional lake, a tribute to the lakes that have disappeared. Some of them, once centres of life, are no longer remembered.

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