The 72 years old Manoshi Cinema Hall, bustling narrow road of Old Dhaka, is a Cinema in itself.

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In this series of articles, we invite Andri to share with us his experience and process pursuing his first long term project on the AIDS epidermic in Papua.

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In our 20 Most Influential Asian Photographers poll, Erik Prasetya was ranked as one of the most influential figures in Indonesia’s documentary photography.

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In this series of articles, we invite Andri to share with us his experience and process pursuing his first long term project on the AIDS epidermic in Papua.

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My granddad passed away on the 3rd of October 2012. He lived to a ripe old age of 94. This ending is a tribute to him and my 91-year old grandmother.

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‘Filling The Frame’ – shooting street photographs that are complex in composition and layered with multiple subjects.

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In this series of articles, we invite Andri to share with us his experience and process pursuing his first long term project on the AIDS epidermic in Papua.

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We recently featured Rian Dundon’s photographs of Changsha, China. Here’s a short Q&A exchange we had with him.

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Join us for IPA’s first ever Street Photography presentation and workshop event in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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The Matagi were originally an indigenous tribe of self-subsistent males living in deep mountain forest areas in Japan.

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Tracing a personal narrative across the diverse geographies of these regions, Changsha tells the intimate stories of people living in a society set on fast-forward.

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The Pink Choice is a series of photos about the love of homosexual couples which focus on their living spaces and their affectionate touches.

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