Emerging Chinese photographer Guligo Jia explores the fantasies of people whose gender is fluid.
In India, we make more movies each year than anyone else in the world. Approximately 1500 to 2000 movies are churned out annually across the many regional languages.
Preserved by a kind of benign neglect in the decades following Mao’s victory in 1949, Shanghai was directed to “catch up” in the 1990s.
Slideshow Video: Filipino photographers and a documentary videographer set out to document the deadly war on drugs in the Philippines. Warning: Graphic Content.
Jakarta is one of the biggest and fastest growing cities in the world with over thirty million people living in its greater metropolitan area.
Sweet Water, Bitter Earth is my journey into China in search of redemption and my ultimate failure to connect with my homeland.
What does the end of time look like? Calcutta-based Ronny Sen’s award-winning project on the apocalyptic world of Jharia’s coal mines in India.
My name is Hkun Lat, 20 years old. I am a young documentary photographer from Myanmar. This is a story of Kachin Land in Myanmar, which is on the verge of being entirely obliterated by Opium.
Thai Photojournalist Suthep Kritsanavarin has worked on an investigative report on the Rohingyas since 2008, chronicling their horrifying journeys from Burma and Bangladesh to Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and even to Australia.
After a baby is born, we always take them to a zoo. We happily show them the animals that they saw in a picture book.
My interest in photographing Delhi’s water towers started in 2012 when I began to notice the sheer number of towers dotting the city’s landscape.
On the 3rd Anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan, also known as Super Typhoon Yolanda, disaster in the Philippines, we catch up with photojournalist Veejay Villafranca on his long-term project SIGNOS and the urgent issue of Climate Change.
Geraldine’s work spans a broad range of topics, including family, mental illness and land-space issues in Singapore. White Walls is a duet of two projects.
In spite of Bangkok’s recent unsettled political situation, which culminated in two military coups in 2006 and 2014, property development in the capital has continued to soar.
An audience and dialogue with 4 photographers in the 2nd Women in Photography Exhibition, co-curated and co-presented by Objectifs and Magnum Foundation in Singapore.