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The Family of the late Ismail Hashim and Fergana Art present an exhibition titled “UNPACK – REPACK: A Tribute to Ismail Hashim (1940 – 2013)”.

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This series of photographs deals with the construction works around the developing city Dhaka. In 2011, I took few photographs of a road extension work which was part of a huge flyover project.

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Oscar Motuloh is a burly, charismatic man with a mischievous smile. Meeting him in person, one would think rock and roll than point and shoot.

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In 2013 I set out to meet and photograph the Columban missionary priests in South Korea. They first came to Korea from Ireland in 1933.

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I have been photographing people living with falcons and other exotic birds of prey like owls as pets in Tokyo for almost 2 years.

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As part of the Asia premiere of his ‘Genesis’ Exhibition, Sebastião Salgado held a public talk at the National Museum of Singapore on 18th May 2014. Here is an audio recording of the talk and some transcribed highlights.

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There is a photo book wave in Southeast Asia, led by Singapore and Indonesia it would appear. On our recent trip to Jakarta, I was able to catch up with quite a few Indonesian photographers who have published books or have at least one upcoming.

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The second edition of The Other Hundred will focus on the theme of Entrepreneurs. A worldwide call for submission is opened from March 15th to June 8th.

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Then with a small tear drop she took one last gasp of air. With eyes half open she became still… Photographs & Text: Carlo Gabuco

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According to the Election Commission of India, the electoral population in 2014 is 814,5 millions, making this elections the largest democratic exercise in the world. Scroll.in engaged a collective of young Indian photographers to capture the vibe of the elections with mobile phones and broadcast the images through an instagram feed.

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4317 Km – No Reservation is a diary of our dream journey to Flores Islands in two Land Rovers, crossing four straits, five islands,spanning 4317 km, using up 519 litres of diesel and with too many packets of cigarettes.

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The Alang exhibition draws attention to our notions of the exotic in the 21st Century, concerning globalization and it’s relationship between Nature, Man and Steel.

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