We are excited to launch 18 titles with IPA MZ EDITIONS, a series of select photobooks by photographers and artists in Asia.
The first land reclamation in Hong Kong was during the early Western Han Dynasty (206 BCE – 9 CE) when some beaches were turned into salt pans.
Nguyen Minh Hoang was a recipient of the IPA Mentorship Grant. You Are Here was made during the 14th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program.
When dusk falls in Singapore, a nocturnal forest of lust and desire emerges. Lust and Caution, by Colin Seow was made during the 14th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program.
Alvin Lau was a recipient of the IPA Mentorship Grant. Meditating Mortality was made during the 14th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program.
Mukaish Badla is a form of embroidery, which at its peak flourished in the Indian city of Lucknow. At its peak, in the 18th century, the art form travelled to different parts of the world…
Swarat Ghosh is a Hyderabad based Street photographer. He is also part of a street photography collective called “That’s Life”.
When we talk about people in photography, oftentimes we talk about those in the frontlines, the photographers and artists, and forget the facilitators behind the scenes.
The Workshop Grant, kindly sponsored by our partners Shutterspace Studios, is open to application by Filipinos who work with photography or images on social stories or campaigns.
Gurgaon, my hometown, is one of the major cities in India and has an abundant number of upcoming sectors. Parth Gupta is a photographer based out of New Delhi, India.
Spotlighting the aesthetics and photobook of Viacheslav Poliakov, a young Ukrainian photographer who attended portfolio reviews with Kevin WY Lee at Odessa//Batumi Photodays Festival. ~ Lviv–God’s Will is about those of us with whom life just happens. It takes place when the connection between cause and consequence is no longer coherent. I am documenting a naïve visual subculture of a public space, which has become widely spread throughout Ukraine after the fall of the Soviet Union, and faced with globalization. For me, a central peculiarity of the culture is the absence of a conscious author. The objects of the city environment …
In the past year, Filipino artist Carlo Gabuco has laid down his brushes for his camera to document his country’s brutal path towards cleansing her drug problem.
We took the opportunity to introduce Singapore photography to the audience in a presentation titled Singapore Photography: Desires and Anxieties of a Small City State.
Death by Drowning is a collection of photographs taken around Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines and one of the largest in South East Asia. Made by Dianne Rosario during the IPA Mentorship Program.
In Beyond Wilderness, photographer Chua Chye Teck explores the fast disappearing natural wilderness in Singapore through a series of black and white photographs.