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Last weekend, IPA hosted an impromptu evening of photography with Magnum photographer, Gueorgui Pinkhassov.

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Poverty, conflict, corruption, and human rights violations are very much the images seen by the outside world about this country.

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More than ten years have passed since I planted my feet in the heartland of Mindanao. I have returned to do a documentary about the people of the environmentally protected areas in Mindanao.

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FAMILY is a group exhibition in Bangkok inspired by five photographers who have worked on the subject of the family.

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As the 2013 Edition of the Delhi Photo Festival preps for its grand opening later this month, I catch up with Festival founder Dinesh Khanna.

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A curatorial focus on Australian photo essays that have received little or no attention outside of Australia by Tamara Voninski.

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In the aftermath of The Great Earthquake of East Japan on March 11th, 2011, the entire nation was facing the cold and hard reality of vulnerability against massive earthquakes.

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We are proud to announce the winners of our Photo Essay Asia Award in the inaugural Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2013.

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Traffic Police department under the Nepal Police have 125 women working in different posts in capital. About 14 hours of day, these traffic police women…

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Though leprosy is an old disease that is 100% curable and that merely affects people nowadays, there are over 600 leprosy villages in southern provinces of China.

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A peep at some of the slideshows presented during IPA Plug & Play Manila, 17th August 2013.

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Photographs by Alex Baluyut from the 1983 documentary of the guerrillas in Mindanao. Most of which were not included in the book Kasama.

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