Yogyakarta is a former Javanese Kingdom city, a live-site that survive for hundreds years, develops in various stack and intersection with other cultures, especially the Islamic cultural and the presence of Netherlands’ colonialism.
Afterworld means the world after death. These series of pictures were all taken inside a small pumping station in Taipei.
This series probes into the nature of consumption – the advertising world seduces us with a heady mix of material desires.
Our nights always seem to be colored by things peculiar and bizarre, but this may be because we are still young.
Chinese Master Photographer Yang YanKang has finally finished his meditation on Tibetan Buddhism this year, a body of work he has been shaping for a decade.
Four Leaf Clover is a symbol of uncommon things and luck. The main idea was to explore street photography without people, real people, but just tiny little things, details, fragments of our city and our livelihood.
In his critical documentary series of a mental asylum in Taiwan, Chien-Chi Chang has acknowledged discarding years of work for a simple collection of portraits captured under an hour.
Continuing our feature on the Twentyfifteen.sg Project, Singapore 1925 – 2025 by Robert Zhao Renhui is issue #06 of 20.
The All Burma Students’ Democratic Front (ABSDF) is one of the last armed groups to sign a ceasefire agreement with the Myanmar government.
“Dear Japanese” documents the offspring of Japanese soldiers and Indo women, born during Pacific War, now living in the Netherlands.
An exclusive interview with Taiwan’s influential Master Surrealist, Mentor and Curator Chang Chao-Tang 張照堂.
We asked Chang Chao-Tang 張照堂 to introduce the works of Taiwanese photographers who represent the next generation. Presenting Chang Chao-Tang’s third introduction Hung Cheng-Ren and his ‘Melancholy Field’ series.
We asked Chang Chao-Tang to introduce the works of 3 young taiwanese photographers who represent the next generation. First up, we present Liu Chen-Hsiang and his ‘Scenery Of Life’ Monograph.
Munem Wasif photographs Puran Dhaka. One of Bangladesh’s finest young photographers reflects on the streets of his home city Dhaka.
Primarily a street photographer, Chang Chao-Tang’s work has been described as prophetic, and a modernist reflection of an absurd reality.