Memory explores the ambiguity and uncertainty of memory, selective or otherwise, and its relationship with reality.
Ju Lanqing, a young female photographer from Fujian province China, was announced the winner of the Three Shadows Photography Award 2014 with her body of work titled “The Journey in the Opposite Direction”.
The Family of the late Ismail Hashim and Fergana Art present an exhibition titled “UNPACK – REPACK: A Tribute to Ismail Hashim (1940 – 2013)”.
Continuing our feature on the Twentyfifteen.sg Project, A Little Bit of Me from Everything Else by Matthew Teo is issue #07 of 20.
“Boredom is a warm home for an artist, while creation itself is a lonely journey and the final destination ever further away.” Maleonn
Eikoh Hosoe is one of Asia’s Most Influential Photographers. In 1960, He created the Jazz Film Laboratory to work on experimental film-making.
An updated list of 30 Influential Contemporary and Pioneer Photographers in Asia as contributed by the IPA community.
Images taken of graffitied election posters found along the streets of Bangkok. Part of a wider series of interesting find stemming from 2006 Yellow Shirt movement against the former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
We asked Chang Chao-Tang 張照堂 to introduce the works of Taiwanese photographers who represent the next generation. Presenting Chang Chao-Tang’s third introduction Hung Cheng-Ren and his ‘Melancholy Field’ series.
Robert Zhao Renhui, or the artist known as Institute Of Critical Zoologists, is without doubt, one of the most prominent young photographic artists in Singapore today.
3 short documentaries featuring Singapore photographers John Clang, Tay Kay Chin and Chow Chee Yong.
It only seems not long ago that we launched our first ever crowd-funding campaign for the inaugural Invisible Photographer Asia Awards.
As Singapore slowly marches towards her 50th anniversary of independence in 2015, our partners at PLATFORM.Sg have taken an early step forward.
I lived in a world of dreams and fantasy from a tender age when innocence, fun and naivety transported me to the world of Ali Baba on a flying carpet.
IPA Awards judge Chow Chee Yong reflects on his own surrealist photography and the ‘darkroom photoshop’ techniques used to create them.