In As quietly as rhythms go, visual artist Geraldine Kang documents a familiar sight in Singapore: a construction project, this time along the Sungei Serangoon.
Eric is what many consider to be a godfather in Malaysian photography, and has sat on the regional selection panel of the Joop Swart Masterclass by the World Press Photo since 1995.
A selection of memorable quotes from our articles and interviews.
Editing is a numbers game. The more images and range you have, the more options you have to weave a sequence.
We are here to witness, or so we believe. But few have witnessed the way Malaysian photographer Ismail Hashim (1940- 2013) had.
‘Ibasyo’ is roughly defined as the physical and emotional place where a person can exist, a location or a state of mind, where a person feels comfortable or at peace.
If you have been following the current protests in Hong Kong and its now famous Umbrella Movement, chances are you’ve seen a photograph by Lam Yik Fei.
Young photographer Sohrab Hura from Delhi was recently made a nominee member by Magnum Photos. But who is this Facebook-less Sohrab guy?
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.
Born in 1971, Shinya Arimoto has been photographing and exhibiting work since 1994, and was awarded the 35th Taiyo Award in 1997. We speak with Arimoto about his work and experience.
Angkor Photo Festival is the longest running photo festival in Southeast Asia. This year they will host and celebrate their 10th edition.
An exclusive interview with Taiwan’s influential Master Surrealist, Mentor and Curator Chang Chao-Tang 張照堂.
Robert Zhao Renhui, or the artist known as Institute Of Critical Zoologists, is without doubt, one of the most prominent young photographic artists in Singapore today.
TwentyFifteen.sg Interview with Kevin WY Lee, founder of Invisible Photographer Asia, on the Bay Of Dreams publication.
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.