‘The City Itself Is Sexual.’ Daido Moriyama: Memories of a Dog – a video short by JGS Inc. on the world’s favourite Japanese street photographer Daido Moriyama.

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Abbas on Photography

27/07/2011 by

Magnum Photographer Abbas on his photography… “My photography is a reflection, which comes to life in action and leads to meditation. Spontaneity – the suspended moment – intervenes during action in the viewfinder. A reflection on the subject precedes it. A meditation on finality follows it, and it is here, during this exalting and fragile moment, that the real […]

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I first came across Tim Hetherington’s photography work after he won the World Press Photo of the Year award in 2007 for his photograph of an American soldier resting in a bunker in Afghanistan’s Korengal Valley.

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  We are happy to announce that Invisible Photographer Asia will be the official Media Partner for The Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. The Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant is a collaborative project launched in 2010 by Yumi Goto of the Reminders Project and the Angkor Photo Festival. The winner of the grant, to be announced […]

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Rollover images for slideshow controls Calcutta Contradictions Calcutta, the quintessential post-colonial Indian city, exposes the struggle to move ahead into the future and at the same time revel in splendour of an imperial past that palpably throbs in its present. The city’s name has recently been changed to Kolkata, as has happened with several of its […]

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Rollover images for slideshow controls While You Were Sleeping “Photography deals exquisitely with appearances, but nothing is what it appears to be.” – Duane Michals I started photography at a local newspaper where I was taught to embrace objectivity and to leave my feelings aside while photographing. Being older and wiser now, I have come […]

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Mention the famous National Geographic Afghan Girl picture, you think of Steve McCurry right away. The image of the girl with her shy, yet intense eyes is vivid in your mind. That image speaks for Steve McCurry on its own, one of the most outstanding photographers in our times. Widely known for his characteristic style […]

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A video vignette of the Singapore launch of Leica’s latest M9-P digital rangefinder camera and the opening of the ABBAS exhibition at the Leica Store and Gallery today, Wednesday 20th July 2010. The ABBAS exhibition features 10 select ABBAS photographs on faith and shamanism. Some tidbit news from the event: ABBAS will be collaborating with […]

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In this APWS Spotlight bi-weekly series, Jessica Lim presents work from previous participants of the Angkor Photo Workshops and finds out what they have been up to. Rollover images for slideshow controls   Men, Mountains and The Sea Divided by 17,000 island and located in the Pacific Ring of Fire, Indonesia is home for more than […]

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Street Photography Istanbul It was the weird discussion about whether or not to allow Turkey into the European Community that provoked me to find out more about the country. Istanbul, one of the few European mega cities, reveals a lot about what’s going on in Turkey today: the problems they are dealing with, the chances […]

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Rollover images for slideshow controls Karan Vaid, a photographer from India, won 1st place in the inaugural IPA Street Photography Contest. The contest received over 3,000 entries from all corners of Asia. In this invisible interview, we catch up with Karan, talk to him about his win, and find out more about his photography craft […]

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Meet cult Japanese Street Photographer Junku Nishimura at the IPA GALLERY at 3PM–6PM Saturday, 6th August 2011. This event is open to the public. Prints of Junku’s photographs will also be available for purchase. Junku Nishimura is a street photographer from Tokyo with a huge cult following amongst the Flickr and photography community. His work has been […]

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