Tsering Topgyal’s long-term project features portraits of other young Tibetans like himself, living in exile, and separated from home and family.
Beyond Wilderness is a book of photographs (2014–2015) by Singaporean artist Chua Chye Teck of the disappearing forests and wilderness in Singapore.
In Southeast Asia, our understanding of photography is largely framed through the binary of photography versus art, which morphs into the other dichotomous paradigm of straight photographers versus artists who use photography.
The Archive as Conversation examines the nature of photographs as documentation of events, occasions, people and personal memories.
The 5th Singapore International Photography Festival opened their first exhibition A room with a view on Friday 19th August at ICA Singapore at LASALLE College of the Arts.
The second edition of Photo Kathmandu Festival happens in Nepal between 21 October – 3 November 2016.
From now till 30 September 2016 the WMA Masters invites both international and Hong Kong artists and image-makers to submit photographic-based work.
When I think about a conversation, it always starts with images. And what I love about photography is the inscription of a single moment.
A short note on Newsha Tavakolian’s ‘I Know Why The Rebel Sings’ Photo Exhibition at Singapore International Festival of Arts.
Kapil Das has 3 of his haphazardly titled and dummied photobooks shortlisted simultaneously for 3 different book awards.
So I finally had a chance to see in person Singapore artist Charles Lim’s decade-long SEA STATE project that headlined the Singapore Pavilion at the recent Venice Biennale.
A candid and frank interview with Prashant Panjiar, Delhi Photo Festival co-founder and World Press Photo 2016 Judge.
Part 2 of our frank interview with Prashant Panjiar, Delhi Photo Festival co-founder and World Press Photo 2016 Judge.
The Singapore showcase, including photojournalistic work to the artistic and personal, explore the theme – ideology and contention – in and beyond our little city-state.
Being an artist in any way is a sign of social dysfunction, Bowie added. It’s an extraordinary thing to want to do. The saner, more rational approach to life to do is to survive steadfastly.