Spotlight Australia is a new IPA curatorial focus on Australian photo essays that have received little or no attention outside of Australia by Tamara Voninski.
We are offering 2 grants to sponsor young Filipino photographers to participate in IPA PHOTO CAMP MANILA workshop and seminar.
Hey Philippines, we’re finally coming over for a visit! Join us for IPA PHOTO CAMP MANILA.
One of the key takeaways of the workshop was ‘Purpose’ – there are a million ways to edit and a million things to edit for…
Lake Baikal, the sacred sea, the safe of the planet’s water supplies: the only way to save it from the greed of man is by praising its beauty.
Twins is an intimate portrait of Huy and Hung, a pair of albino twin brothers who live in the Ha Tinh province in Central Vietnam.
The First Edition of the Taipei Art Photo Show 2013, held in Taiwan from 19~22 September, 2013 is calling for submissions.
“Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There it begins.” If that is so, then to me, a Landscape begins anew when the bricks are taken apart.
The 12th of May marks the 5th year anniversary of the most devastating earthquake to hit China in the past 30 years.
Singapore photographer Aik Beng Chia documents the nights of Little India with his mobile phone.
I think motion symbolizes a journey. It doesn’t matter how we move or where we’re moving to. We’re not static creatures.
Honne and Tatemae are two very important concepts to understand Japanese social behaviour.
5 IPA Workshop Grants awarded over the past 2 months, to recipients from Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines and Singapore.
Beneath Jharia, a remote region of eastern India, lie dozens of massive underground fires, forever threatening the lives and health of the nearly half a million people who live above.
It gets you along the way, the wound. It starts in the arms, burning you with doubt as you touch her. It climbs up to your shoulder, the doubt.