Photography, from Hanoi with Love – notes from our recent trip to Vietnam.
Shomei Tomatsu was one of Japan’s leading post-war photographers, and listed in our list of 20 Most Influential Asian Photographers.
Archival pictures of Ho Chi Minh and his reign as a revolutionary leader by Vietnamese Photographers.
These are the 10 most popular posts of 2012 on Invisible Ph t grapher Asia, ranked by number of page views.
We are offering a grant to sponsor a young Hong Kong photographer to participate in our Street Photography Workshop in Hong Kong with fees waived.
Nepalese photographer Rohan Thapa documents his country’s battle with blindness and the Tilganga Institute of Opthalmology.
Labyrinth reproduces a collection of contact sheets made from recombined negative strips from the huge body of work Moriyama has amassed over the last fifty years.
These portraits of Lumads from different marginalized tribes in Mindanao photographed in urban centers aims to show their alienation from their own land.
This is a story about a group of young boys at Mohammad Ali National Boxing Stadium with big dreams.
One such relatively unknown, but with a cultish following amongst those in the loop, is Osaka based Japanese street photographer Jun Abe.
Wang Fuchun’s photographs of the railroads of China – the locomotives and millions of travelers commuting to and fro big cities and small towns.
Photographer Yang Seung Woo documents his former life in the Korean underworld and the lives of his friends who remained.
3 Days of Street Photography in Hong Kong with Invisible Photographer Asia in January 2013
Notes and highlights from Jakarta, Indonesia and the IPA Street Photography Presentation.
As the layers of human aura build with time and distance, the train itself becomes a precious retainer of the collective unconsciousness.