Posts by author: IPA

As some of you may know, we recently launched the official IPA Online Store, where you may purchase some of our stuff. Currently available at the store are our Street Ph t graphy Asia T-shirts and Sunny 16 Dog Tags. We hope to have more in the near future, including photography prints from select photographers. […]

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A short documentary film featuring the photographers of The Straits Time Picture Desk as they shadowed the four candidates vying to be president during the fourth Singapore Presidential Elections in 2011.

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Squatting amid the luxury hotels and malls of modern Kowloon is a dilapidated structure resembling a dirty vent of a giant subterranean machine. This is Chung King Mansions, and how you feel about the place revolves around this question: Do you live there or not?

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  Gyeongsang-do, Diary in South Korea 27th SEP 2009 It was past 3:00 p.m. when I got off the bus from Busan at Andong, which is situated in the center of Gyeongsangbuk-do. Immediately I began to walk in the direction of Hahoe Folk Village. I was quite wrong in assuming Route 34, which is marked […]

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Liu Bolin the invisible artist/photographer from China produces quite amazing photographs. Now you see him, now you don’t, Bolin spends about 10 hours shooting each photograph where he paints himself with the aid of assistants to blend into his landscape environment. Here are a few videos of Bolin and his work.

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Papua is the largest province in Indonesia and it’s home to approximately 1% of Indonesia’s population. However, approximately 40% of all HIV/AIDS cases in Indonesia are located in Papua.

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In the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Christians represent 2.5% of the population – a minority living in a climate of tension and repression due to the institution of Sharia. Social segregation forces them to the most humble of work.

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  Sean Lee: Homework – Strangers in the Family A short documentary film on photographer Sean Lee and his latest award-winning Homework photographs featuring portraits of his family. We step into the Lee household for an intimate glimpse of the Lee family and how they spend Sundays in Sean’s little HDB bedroom creating his latest set of […]

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This is a new series of photographs I began taking since the beginning of last year. Last November, I was inspired by the minimalist beauty of black and white photography.

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South of the Clouds Swimming Club located in Kunming of Yunnan province, China, was founded in 2005. It is the first swimming school specialized in training the disabled approved by China’s General Administration of Sports and China Disabled Persons Federation.

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Join us at the IPA Gallery on 7pm Friday 23rd September ’11 for a slideshow dialogue session on ‘Independent Photography in Southeast Asia’ presented by writer/photographer Zhuang Wubin.

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Prostitution and drug addiction are linked in Israel. Most of the prostitutes (estimations vary between 60 % and 90 %) are also drug addicts, mainly to heroine, which is the most common drug in Israel. Some women become prostitutes only to finance their addiction.

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