Singapore photographer Aik Beng Chia documents the nights of Little India with his mobile phone.
I lived in a world of dreams and fantasy from a tender age when innocence, fun and naivety transported me to the world of Ali Baba on a flying carpet.
IPA Awards judge Chow Chee Yong reflects on his own surrealist photography and the ‘darkroom photoshop’ techniques used to create them.
This second Photo Kopi session is a virtual one, with influential Filipino photographer Alex Baluyut.
A piggery near my house is where two month old pigs spend the last four months of their lives.
ENCOUNTERS is the first monograph by Indonesian photographer, Rony Zakaria on his cities and his journey.
Influential Indian Photographer Dayanita Singh on Photo Books at an Artist Talk hosted by Delhi Photo Festival.
In our 20 Most Influential Asian Photographers poll, Erik Prasetya was ranked as one of the most influential figures in Indonesia’s documentary photography.
Tracing a personal narrative across the diverse geographies of these regions, Changsha tells the intimate stories of people living in a society set on fast-forward.
This project documents an ongoing history of people and communities whose life affected by two major entities for Indonesians, the mountains and the sea.
“If only I can do street everyday :)” These are my photographs of the streets and people of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
At The Metro is a collection of images that I gathered from almost three years of photographing the streets. These are fragments, bits and pieces, things that i believe represent me as an individual and the very society I live in.
‘Dead Light’ – 1. Light that no longer moves, but has been caught, preserved, mummified in photographic materials – a paper necropolis that still emanates phantasmal energy…
Cambodia is the most disabled country in the world. One out of every 236 people has stepped on a landmine.
Family Ties is an ongoing project documenting the lives of my family in Manila and Ahmedabad. The images offer an intimate and heart-warming look at the filial bonds, simple joys and comfortable dynamics of my family. It is a family album. Family Ties was part of the open call submission of SIPF 2010 Human:Nature. Photographer: Sonny Thakur | Website: www.sonnythakur.com