The Archive as Conversation examines the nature of photographs as documentation of events, occasions, people and personal memories.
Myanmar’s first organised group of Street Photographers will debut their exhibition in the country’s capital Yangon on 17th September 2016.
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.
A short note on Newsha Tavakolian’s ‘I Know Why The Rebel Sings’ Photo Exhibition at Singapore International Festival of Arts.
We couldn’t be more happy to be supporting this ground-up initiative by Southeast Asian photographers supporting young photographers in Southeast Asia.
Following our successful Workshop Grant with the Singapore Heritage Society last year, we are partnering again to offer a second grant to participate in the IPA Mentorship Program.
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.
Platform launches their +50 Photobook publication, featuring 2 books with 50 Essays from 50 Photographers in Singapore.
A new publication ‘Left to Right (L-R)’ brings together 53 entries by artists, curators and writers based in Singapore and beyond.
The Singapore showcase, including photojournalistic work to the artistic and personal, explore the theme – ideology and contention – in and beyond our little city-state.
An evolving list of recommended photo festivals and events in the Asia Festival Circuit.
Embrace the streets as a live dynamic studio in this intensive one-day Street Photography Workshop presented by Sony and Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA).
In the age of Whatsapp, Instagram and Twitter, we celebrate this self-conscious anachronism – “the postcard”.