Jakarta is a megacity, alive 24/7 with contradicting light and shades. Pedestrian pathways throughout the city are one of the most unforgiving to navigate, yet most seductive an errand to walk and drift.
Hong Kong Flora is a continuous exploration of Wolf’s favorite theme of human intervention on street life. This time Wolf zooms into the green bits found in the back alleys.
We are offering 1 Scholarship Grant to a young Thai photographer to participate in the IPA Street Photography Workshop BANGKOK, 25th–29th June 2014, with fees waived.
With its population of about 5.9 million people comprising different ethnics and religions, city Yangon has now awakened as its country’s doors are opened, or at least thought to be opened. Many called it ‘Transition’.
Shenzhen is a southern coastal city filled with migrants from the neighbouring countryside. Under Deng Xiaoping, Shenzhen became the first and one of the most successful ’Special Economic Zone’ in 1980.
These photos are part of on-going project “Sorry, you’ll never walk alone”. Shin Noguchi is a street photographer based in Kamakura and Tokyo, Japan.
We are offering 1 IPA Scholarship Grant to a young Indonesian photographer to participate in the IPA Street Photography Workshop JAKARTA, 10th–13th May 2014, with fees waived.
When it comes to photography, Colin is one of the most curious and obsessive. And looking at his photographs today, it is quite amazing to see how far that curiosity and obsession has taken him.
The ‘selfie’ phenomenon here is proving that Thailand has a very ‘unique’ protest style that differs from other nations in the world.
It seems Instagram and mobile pictures are hotter than ever. Here are 20 Instagram streams from Asia to follow…
It has been a few months now since we launched IPA Labs, our new distance learning and collaboration initiative. We are now happy to introduce the IPA Mentorship Program.
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.
I’ve always believed the notion that every photograph is a portrait of the photographer. Here is a selection of Junku’s photographs of Japan – a portrait from a larrikin ex-salaryman.
A selection of photographs taken at the IPA Street Photography Workshop held during the days before Tết Lunar New Year celebrations in Hanoi, Vietnam.
An updated list of 30 Influential Contemporary and Pioneer Photographers in Asia as contributed by the IPA community.