This is an Open Call for Participation to artists and photographers in Singapore working with photos, images, drawings, paintings and text.
A candid and inspiring public lecture on Conflict Photography and the beginnings of VII Agency by co-founders and photojournalists, Gary Knight and Ron Haviv was held at Objectifs on 8 October, 2016.
An audience and dialogue with 4 photographers in the 2nd Women in Photography Exhibition, co-curated and co-presented by Objectifs and Magnum Foundation in Singapore.
Highlights from the book launch of Zhuang Wubin’s Photography in Southeast Asia: A Survey, published by NUS Press in Singapore on 13th October, 2016.
On a hot Saturday afternoon on 16th October ’16, Magnum photographer, Matt Black, discusses photography with audience in two packed containers at the DECK.
When I was 17 years old and a student, the girl sitting beside me in class passed away after a short struggle with an illness. Her name was Esther.
There are lot of words to describe Korean young generation nowadays. But who they really are and what they really want? ‘side_B’ starts from this question.
This is CAPSULE, a re-imagining of the Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo, a Japanese Metabolism building designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa in the 1970s.
Japan has a word called Tamafuri, which can be very eye-opening in understanding what festivals mean to Japanese people. Tamafuri means giving vitality to tama (life, soul) by the act of furi (swinging).
My family will probably never be all together again. But I feel without a doubt that there is proof inside of each of us that we once lived together.
This still life photography series aims to focus on the artistry Mr Lee puts into his work as well as to document a chapter of our childhood before it is quickly forgotten.
The week-long festival held in Kobe City has an interesting “camp” format centred on portfolio reviews and clinics for emerging photographers in Japan and abroad.
Highlights from the soon-to-launch book: Photography in Southeast Asia: A Survey, by Zhuang Wubin and published by NUS Press.
Magnum Photos commissioned Sohrab Hura and Raghu Rai to photograph the canonisation of Mother Theresa and her legacy in India.
I started documenting Chinese spirit-mediumship or Tang Ki back in 2011, where my journey often took me to rituals held in the dead of the night.