Call for Applications – IPA Scholarship Grant for Myanmar Photographers. APPLICATION DEADLINE: TUESDAY, 4TH FEBRUARY 2014.
An exclusive interview with Taiwan’s influential Master Surrealist, Mentor and Curator Chang Chao-Tang 張照堂.
We asked Chang Chao-Tang to introduce the works of 3 young taiwanese photographers who represent the next generation. First up, we present Liu Chen-Hsiang and his ‘Scenery Of Life’ Monograph.
We spotlight some new work produced by members of the IPA Workshop Alumni, each exploring their new journey in photography.
Munem Wasif photographs Puran Dhaka. One of Bangladesh’s finest young photographers reflects on the streets of his home city Dhaka.
In his famous photographic series called The flowing ‘Great Wall’, veteran Chinese photographer Wang Wenlan spent years documenting bicycles in China.
Primarily a street photographer, Chang Chao-Tang’s work has been described as prophetic, and a modernist reflection of an absurd reality.
Quote on photography from Ruan Yizhong 阮义忠 (a.k.a Juan I-Jong), referred to by some as Taiwan’s Henri Cartier-Bresson.
Like father, like son – a certain kind of society breeds the same certain kind of people; similarly, a certain kind of people breeds the same certain kind of society.
Call for Applications – IPA Grant for Street Photography Workshop SINGAPORE. Deadline: 12PM SGT, Monday 25TH November, 2013
Filipinos are one of the most resilient people I know. It was only 3 months ago in August this year when we were caught in typhoon that hit Manila.
Often, in the endless pursuit of our dreams, we forget that we also steal the dreams of others along the way. These images represent dreams – mine, yours, ours and theirs – real, or maybe imagined.
“Be the Reds!” was a phrase popularized for the Korean national football team with the color’s literal meaning to specifically show support and enthusiasm.
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.
I walked for hours, often following the paths of the Jialing and Yangtze River. I had a camera with me and for the first time in a while I was taking pictures for its own joy.