A 25 year old artist posted stickers and sprayed “My Grandfather Road” graffiti (in this case, Singapore’s grandfather Lee Kuan Yew) all over public spots and roads in Singapore.
Small Things is a project of mine currently in progress. There is this house, named THIEN GIAO, located next to the sea and about 120km from the central city of Viet Nam.
In conjunction with the IPA PHOTO 360 Workshop, a public talk was held yesterday evening at Nanyang Academy Of Fine Arts in Singapore. Here is a summary of some of the notes presented.
Last week we played host to over 45 Ngee Ann Polytechnic students at the SIDEWALK Street Photography Exhibition at IPA Gallery.
This body of work explores a simple question. What does it mean to be poor? It is not an emotional statement. It is an examination of the choices one would face living at the poverty line.
Modern air travel has made the world more connected than ever. There are few places left on the planet where you cannot access if you had the patience to make several connecting flights.
Interesting to see this vintage Kodak Kodachrome Film Test footage from 1922 – 90 years ago!
“I realized fairly early there was no contradiction between sadness or poverty, and colour.” Raghubir Singh
A new series of IPA articles where photographers share their First Click, and reflect on the beginnings of their journey and relationship with Photography. For our very first First Click, IPA contributor Tammy David reflects…
In my project, I am concerned with the imminent radical changes of tourist regions in Sri Lanka after the end of the civil war in 2009 that had lasted almost thirty years.
An early interview with Singapore Photographer Tay Kay Chin about his Unphotographable images, by Zhuang Wubin, SE Asia Curator & Researcher.
Myanmar has been ruled by the authoritarian military junta for decades. It was a challenge visiting Nobel Prize winning activist Aung San Suu Kyi a year ago.
The Angkor Photo Workshops is back for the 8th year — and is now officially accepting applications!
An inside look at the 2012 Oskar Barnack Award Jury in action. And yes you guessed it, Bruce Gilden certainly is loud and opinionated :-).
If I want to be treated as an informed member within the community of artists, writers, photographers and curators, I have to speak. If not, I will be complicit in this violence. As such, I dennounce this xenophobia unconditionally. This is the first step. And then, we can talk and heal.