31, by Bai Shan [China] is a Photobook Award Finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2018.
Through this collection of 79 colour photographs Richard, a fluent Malay speaker, examines the complex intricacies and subtle incongruities of daily life in South East Asia’s deadliest conflict.
HK/SG Photobook Exchange is an extension of our efforts to further dialogue, development and appreciation of photography and publishing practice in Singapore and the region.
Photography might have been an old friend, yet after this year of seemingly normal life, he has become more like a stranger to me. Just like strangers on the streets, you no longer say “good day” and “good night” to them.
Beyond Wilderness is a book of photographs (2014–2015) by Singaporean artist Chua Chye Teck of the disappearing forests and wilderness in Singapore.
On 9th September 2016, the 40th death anniversary of Mao Zedong, we sit down with Li Zhensheng 李振盛 to talk about the Cultural Revolution, life and photography.
In Southeast Asia, our understanding of photography is largely framed through the binary of photography versus art, which morphs into the other dichotomous paradigm of straight photographers versus artists who use photography.
Myanmar’s first organised group of Street Photographers will debut their exhibition in the country’s capital Yangon on 17th September 2016.
Suddenly The Grass Became Greener is a book of photographs made in Singapore during her 50th year as a nation, and the coincidental death of her gardener.
Paris-based photographer Jehsong Baak is self-publishing Fading Fury, his third book of diaristic photographs, made 30 years ago, of friends, lovers and fading faces.
A drug war was also waged at this time I took these photos, and the results were the same. The drug trade continued, other people replacing the dead ones to rule the drug cartels.
Kapil Das has 3 of his haphazardly titled and dummied photobooks shortlisted simultaneously for 3 different book awards.
Master photographer and curator Chang Chao-Tang 張照堂 shares his process in editing and making photobooks in Taiwan.
A new publication ‘Left to Right (L-R)’ brings together 53 entries by artists, curators and writers based in Singapore and beyond.
As the opening “Words Of Longing” in his statement suggests, the images are in turn a nostalgic reflection of Sumpu, a lakeside village in West Sumatra.