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Three years ago, I heard a story that really moved me. The story was told by a grandma-activist named Narcisa “Lola (grandma) Isang” Claveria.

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Ernest Goh’s latest photographic series explores the close relationship between animals and their human masters.

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Hospitals, better known as medical centres have come a long way to become a very ‘hotel looking’ institution.

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Familiar and usual place, ordinary scene without specific features, public area with many people gathering and passing by or very private secluded location.

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The Sidoarjo Mudflow is an ongoing disaster caused by eruption of gas and mud in East Java, Indonesia.

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Coded Elegance is dedicated to Bartholomew’s friend and fellow photographer, Prabuddha Dasgupta, who died on August 12 last year.

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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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