Myanmar’s first organised group of Street Photographers will debut their exhibition in the country’s capital Yangon on 17th September 2016.
The lottery in Thailand will be drawn twice in each month, 1st and 16th; between those periods, you’ll easily find a lot of sellers carrying lottery ticket tray around the town.
BOTTLENECK documents the interminable commute of Filipinos in the capital city, which CNN Philippines recently reported as having the worst traffic on earth.
In many ways, Winogrand’s words appropriately describe the images of Chu Viet Ha, Hanoi-based street photographer and architect.
The war has gone for 40 years in Vietnam, it is long enough that half of the young population don’t witness the horrific era. Vague feeling dominates the Vietnamese youth.
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.
A best of selection of photographs from rising Thai Street Photography talent Tavepong Pratoomwong.
Hong Kong Flower Show is an annual exhibition in the Victoria Park, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors. I am so captivated by the floral designs on the clothing of the many visitors which mimic the show itself.
Economic disparity is sometimes subtle rather than blatant. It is quiet and insidious. It doesn’t always represent itself in a clear and concise manner.
They seem to be biding their time to wreak vengeance upon nature-destroying man. Many things we meet in daily life appear inert and lifeless and so are overlooked.
Somnambulist is Yabao’s collection of these moments, captured in between places, in between full consciousness and dreamlike state, in between dreams and nightmares.
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.
Ever since I remembered, there have been numerous political protests that led to the occupation of the capital city, Bangkok. At times, the nature of these events seemed so distant and difficult to understand.
Munem Wasif photographs Puran Dhaka. One of Bangladesh’s finest young photographers reflects on the streets of his home city Dhaka.
A photograph is a record, not just a record of a moment but a record of a feeling, a mystery of life, an answer and also a question.