Zines and collaborative projects are popular in Southeast Asia, led in part by efforts in Singapore, Indonesia and Philippines.
Paris-based photographer Jehsong Baak is self-publishing Fading Fury, his third book of diaristic photographs, made 30 years ago, of friends, lovers and fading faces.
A drug war was also waged at this time I took these photos, and the results were the same. The drug trade continued, other people replacing the dead ones to rule the drug cartels.
Photobook: Chinese On The Train featuring a decade’s worth of photography by Wang Fuchun, of Chinese people commuting on trains between big cities and small towns.
Kapil Das has 3 of his haphazardly titled and dummied photobooks shortlisted simultaneously for 3 different book awards.
Veteran Hong Kong photographer Wong Kan Tai 黃勤帶 launches a new photobook Vajrayāna
Predicament is available as a printed publication in an edition of 100 by Filipino artist and photographer Carlo Gabuco.
Hong Kong photographer Paul Yeung, previously featured in our Hong Kong & Taiwan Curation for Angkor Photo Festival 2015, has just launched a crowd-funding campaign for his first photobook Yes Madam, Sorry Ah Sir.
Master photographer and curator Chang Chao-Tang 張照堂 shares his process in editing and making photobooks in Taiwan.
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.
As the opening “Words Of Longing” in his statement suggests, the images are in turn a nostalgic reflection of Sumpu, a lakeside village in West Sumatra.
An interview with award-winning Singapore graphic designer Hanson Ho on designing photobooks.
Reading Singapore: SingKarPor, In the Still of the Night (While You Were Sleeping), Silenced Minority and The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye.
These are the same two reasons that may make you think twice before you embark on your own photo book project.