A curated Slideshow Showcase for Angkor Photo Festival 2015 featuring 18 photographers from Taiwan and Hong Kong.
The Green Tea God is one of the most powerful CEOs in Thailand. His sacred aura comes from his extreme yet accessible marketing campaigns.
The old maxim ‘The camera never lies’ appears in recent weeks to have gone from being the photojournalist’s badge of trustworthy, evidential pride to a metaphysical conundrum.
There was a well-known Chinese romance story about a cowherd (Niulang) and a weaver girl (Zhinu). One day, the young cowherd Niulang met a beautiful girl, Zhinu, the seventh daughter of the Goddess.
We are here to witness, or so we believe. But few have witnessed the way Malaysian photographer Ismail Hashim (1940- 2013) had.
A wonderful free workshop for those in or connected to Myanmar by our friends at Myanmar Deitta and led by influential photographer Pablo Bartholomew.
Surface is a fiction, physicality another. Time begins to flow and incidents started to occur. A billion years ago they ate some light, dreamed of a pale blue dot.
Hong Kong’s WYNG Masters Award have just announced the finalists to their 2015 Award with the theme ‘WASTE’.
One photobook I’m most interested to have a look and feel of is ‘Song To Durga’ by elusive Malaysian photographer/artist Minstrel Kuik.
Midnight Tweedle, Zhang Lijie will be exhibited at the IPA PHOTOBOOKS SHOW Travelling Edition at Angkor Photo Festival 2014.
Truth is a brilliant invention, much like Photography. And Flux Realities: A Showcase of Chinese Contemporary Photography attempts a dialogue.
Memory explores the ambiguity and uncertainty of memory, selective or otherwise, and its relationship with reality.
Ju Lanqing, a young female photographer from Fujian province China, was announced the winner of the Three Shadows Photography Award 2014 with her body of work titled “The Journey in the Opposite Direction”.
The Family of the late Ismail Hashim and Fergana Art present an exhibition titled “UNPACK – REPACK: A Tribute to Ismail Hashim (1940 – 2013)”.
Continuing our feature on the Twentyfifteen.sg Project, A Little Bit of Me from Everything Else by Matthew Teo is issue #07 of 20.