Superheroes do not only live in tvs and computers, they now belong to the world of “Himu” – a young boy who loves to consider a virtual world with fictional characters as his own surroundings.
Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka is one of the most densely populated cities in the world and home to the first and largest International Photographic Festival in South Asia, Chobi Mela.
Thai Photojournalist Suthep Kritsanavarin has worked on an investigative report on the Rohingyas since 2008, chronicling their horrifying journeys from Burma and Bangladesh to Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and even to Australia.
The sea changes by time. Land lost with reaming past. New story created with a new settlement. Time changes people’s lives beside the sea.
Highlights from Bangladeshi photographer Sarker Protick’s talk ‘Approach and Engagement’ presented by The Straits Times and World Press Photo on 30th January 2016 at the National Museum of Singapore.
An empty corner under the sky, all the houses of the city have it. Some nourish it and some abandon it.
Hip Hop is still a relatively modern concept in Kunming and the rest of China. Photographs & Text: A J Ghani, Bangladesh.
This is a story of a fantasy world of a group of children near the suburb of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Mawa created ‘Close Distance’, typological portraits of middle-class housewives and their domestic helpers, especially for her community and others in privileged positions in Dhaka’s educated middle-class.
Surface is a fiction, physicality another. Time begins to flow and incidents started to occur. A billion years ago they ate some light, dreamed of a pale blue dot.
Dear Love is a set of portraits where people stood with or without the beloved ones in front of my camera, and wrote their feelings around the photographs.
These real life photographs, staged to break cultural taboos, also hint at the dilemma confronting the women.
About 65 percent of the surface of Metro Dhaka was water bodies (Ponds, small lakes and stream) 20 years ago. But, now we have seen very few number of water bodies in the city.
We had a river named Tista is a narrative of the Bangladesh-India water sharing disputes, which date back to the late 1970s with India’s ill-conceived construction of barrages on Tista river.
Another day in Paradise is a story on the complex relationship between the landscapes and the inhabitants of St. Martin Island.