All at once – sensual, controversial and powerful. These are the very first words that came to my mind when I stepped into Nobuyoshi Araki’s exhibition on “All Women are Beautiful”. The exhibition, held at Tanjong Pagar DistriPark, presented by Galerie Steph and Ooi Botos, comprises of selected works from Araki’s various projects including, “Novel […]

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Here are the 30 selected participants for this year’s 7th Angkor Photo Workshops! Adli Ghazali, Malaysia Alanah Torralba, Philippines Anh Tuan Dang, Vietnam Ankit Goyal, India Anushree Bhatter, India Arnold Simanjuntak, Indonesia Carrie Lam, Singapore Cheryl Baldicantos, Philippines Geloy Concepcion, Philippines Harit Srikhao, Thailand Jane Koh, Singapore Jiehao Su, China Karina Saputri, Indonesia Kimlong Meng, […]

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This week is all about books! Here’s what the mailman delivered these past few days… nice additions to our library, and possibly yours too.

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Our Gurkhas is an anthology of portraits and anecdotes from the retired Singapore Gurkhas as they reminisce about life in the Lion City — from the 1950s till today.

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In the last two decades, a sense of fear and ferocity has taken over the land. My journey to the valley started a decade back and this photo story of mine is a compilation of my reportage revealing the many shades of everyday life there.

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With the Carmignac Gestion Photojournalism Award, the Carmignac Gestion Foundation has chosen to support the in-depth work of photojournalists, whose profession is in the grips of a severe financing crisis.

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A big thanks to all who participated in our Why I Love Street Photography Giveaway. The response was so good we decided to double the number of winners to 6, each of whom will get a Street Ph t graphy Asia T-shirts! Here are the 6 winners that posted answers that most caught our attention… congratulations!! […]

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We are happy to announce that we will be hosting a public screening of in-sight, a documentary film by Nick Turpin about the street photographers of the ‘in-public’ group at the IPA Gallery on Thursday 20th October at 7:30PM. in-sight trailer . Film Screening: In-Sight, by Nick Turpin Duration: Approx. 38 minutes Date:  7:30PM, Thursday 2oth October […]

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Activist groups for the poor in Manila protested the eviction of its people and claimed violation of human rights by the Philippines government during the development of the Philippine National Railways.

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Pricing Update – 19th October 2011 The Nikon 1 cameras hit the shelves tomorrow (Thursday 20th October) in Singapore. The recommended retail prices in Singapore Dollars are as follows, the prices varies according to the different lens packages. Nikon 1 V1 w/: 10-30mm + 30-110mm : $1,549 10-30mm + 10mm: $1,499 10mm: $1,369 10-30mm: $1,299 Nikon […]

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When the earthquake hit, I was in Tokyo. I knew that the urban areas of Rikuzentakata city, my hometown, was damaged extensively, and that my parents’ house was carried away by the tsunami very early judging from the news pictures on TV.

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So I started taking photography seriously about 5 years ago and was obviously drawn to the convenience of digital technology. I have to say that digital cameras are a good way to learn and understand exposure and composition since you can see what you shoot instantly and can correct and learn from your mistakes in real time.

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