In light of the Singapore 2015 elections, this #chutpattern piece is an “ownself check ownself” dialogue and an existentialist reflection for the Singapore photography community.
A curated Slideshow Showcase for Angkor Photo Festival 2015 featuring 18 photographers from Taiwan and Hong Kong.
A series of nocturnes of Northeast Singapore, a frontier in the nation’s continuing dream towards a modern, civilised world. Made in residency with Exactly Foundation.
Contemporary photography from Asia alongside rest of the world showcasing at the 5th Edition of PhotoQuai Biennale in September 2015.
Editing is a numbers game. The more images and range you have, the more options you have to weave a sequence.
Huiying’s ‘We Are Farmers’ is indeed a peep into the little known lives of one of Singapore’s few remaining farming families. One may also see it as a small epic of founding generations and legacies, as embodied by Huiying’s Grandma, the reluctant protagonist.
We have long been a fan of the EyeEm brand so it’s with great pleasure we announce Invisible Photographer Asia’s partnership in their 2014 Awards.
Some notes and advice on pitching photo stories and projects from the second Twentyfifteen.sg +50 Pitch Session.
Jakarta is a megacity, alive 24/7 with contradicting light and shades. Pedestrian pathways throughout the city are one of the most unforgiving to navigate, yet most seductive an errand to walk and drift.
We are offering 1 IPA Scholarship Grant to a young Indonesian photographer to participate in the IPA Street Photography Workshop JAKARTA, 10th–13th May 2014, with fees waived.
It seems Instagram and mobile pictures are hotter than ever. Here are 20 Instagram streams from Asia to follow…
In a small homage to Myanmar and Chinese People On The Train, by Wang Fuchun, here is a glimpse of the people and stories at the Yangon Circular Railway.
On Friday 24th January 2014, we held an IPA Editing Workshop at Manzi Art Space, Hanoi for young Vietnamese photographers working on their first or second photo projects.
A selection of photographs taken at the IPA Street Photography Workshop held during the days before Tết Lunar New Year celebrations in Hanoi, Vietnam.
A selection of essays by photographers who have pointed their lenses inwards on their family – a view into their personal lives.