Kapil Das has 3 of his haphazardly titled and dummied photobooks shortlisted simultaneously for 3 different book awards.
So I finally had a chance to see in person Singapore artist Charles Lim’s decade-long SEA STATE project that headlined the Singapore Pavilion at the recent Venice Biennale.
A candid and frank interview with Prashant Panjiar, Delhi Photo Festival co-founder and World Press Photo 2016 Judge.
Part 2 of our frank interview with Prashant Panjiar, Delhi Photo Festival co-founder and World Press Photo 2016 Judge.
The Singapore showcase, including photojournalistic work to the artistic and personal, explore the theme – ideology and contention – in and beyond our little city-state.
Being an artist in any way is a sign of social dysfunction, Bowie added. It’s an extraordinary thing to want to do. The saner, more rational approach to life to do is to survive steadfastly.
Attavee Buanitisin’s photographs of “Home ยังไม่เสร็จ” allow us an intimate peep into the quiet yearnings of middle-class families in Thailand.
I was recently a portfolio reviewer at the Angkor Photo Festival. There were a few young photographers whose eyes and sensibilities I found myself drawn to.
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.
Reading Singapore: SingKarPor, In the Still of the Night (While You Were Sleeping), Silenced Minority and The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye.
Promotion of photography in Asia comes hand in hand with protection of the environment in which photographers, participants and stakeholders work in to produce such photography.
Preying on vulnerable, young photographers from a position of supposed influence and power is repulsive. Such behaviour should never be condoned, especially by the community at large.
The book “Prabuddha Dasgupta, 1956–2012” was launched at a retrospective exhibition “Prabuddha Dasgupta: A Journey” at the National Gallery of Modern Art.
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.