IPA Partners & Sponsors
Partner IPA – A leading platform for Photography & Arts in Asia
Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA) was founded in 2010, and since then has grown into a leading and influential platform for Photography and Arts in Asia. We participate vigorously in the movement of Photography in Asia through talent showcases, events and exhibitions, workshops and education, and community outreach.
IPA has partnered with the following organizations:
- National Museum Of Singapore
- KL International Photoawards
- AO Photo Books (Hong Kong)
- Angkor Photo Festival
- REMINDERS PROJECT
- Epson Singapore
- Cathay Photo
- SONY Electronics Asia
- Leica Camera Asia
- Awagami Factory
- Myanmar Deitta
- Chiif Cameras
- Organisation of Illustrators Council
- Pioneer Studios (Manila Philippines)
- Manzi Art Space
SPONSORED MESSAGES & ADVERTISING
If you have a message that is relevant and may be of interest to the IPA Community and would like to enquire about our Sponsorship and Advertising Opportunities, please contact us at [email protected]ographer.asia for further information and our Media Kit.
PARTNERSHIP & COLLABORATION
If you have a partnership and/or collaboration idea or proposal that may benefit our efforts and our community, please contact us at [email protected] with details and further information.
IPA Collaborations & Partnerships
WORDS FROM PARTNERS
“Since our first collaboration with Invisible Photographer Asia in 2011, it has been wonderful to witness the growth of an initiative that has consistently demonstrated its sincere commitment to photography and photographers in Asia. Through the creative efforts of its tireless founder, Kevin WY Lee, IPA has firmly established itself as an crucial regional platform essential for the development of the photographic industry in Asia.”
Françoise Callier, Angkor Photo Festival & Workshops
“Invisible Photographer Asia is arguably the largest and most vibrant network for photographers in South East Asia, if not the whole region. Kevin WY Lee has built a fantastic space for image makers and those interested in Asian photography to learn and share through a series of regular workshops and events. I am particularly impressed by the IPA Mentorship program and how it nurtures photographic talent. Kevin has been an inspirational partner in helping conceptualise and run our Visualising Social Stories workshops, bringing creative thinking and local knowledge.”
Robert Godden, Rights Exposure
“Kevin WY Lee’s Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA) have been one of the most important organisations in South East Asia in promoting and disseminating photography, particularly in the socio-documentary genre, by the region’s emerging and established photographers. It’s web presence is regularly strengthened by practical workshops and educational programs in various Asian cities.
The IPA Photo Books Show held in Singapore in 2013 in which we attended as a guest contingent from Malaysia proved to be a successful launcher event for several of our young photographers exhibiting and promoting their very first photo books. The opportunity to display, promote and sell their books gave them encouragement and confidence as new artists in the fastest growing sector in photography today, that is photobook publishing. I applaud IPA for taking this initiative head on, and to making it a successful and recurring event.”
Steven Lee, Kuala Lumpur International Photoawards
Partnership with PLATFORM.Sg & National Museum of Singapore
Invisible Photographer Asia partners with PLATFORM.Sg, a respected photography group in Singapore (co-founded by Tay Kay Chin and Darren Soh) and National Museum of Singapore to produce monthly community events with photography as theme at Singapore’s National Museum.
IPA KL Photo Weekend in Partnership with KL PhotoAwards
In partnership with KL PhotoAwards, IPA held a weekend of Photography Talks, Portfolio Reviews and Photo Workshop at Annexe Gallery in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in June 2012. IPA founder Kevin WY Lee was also a judge at KL PhotoAwards 2012.
Collaborations with Esteemed Photographers, Peers and Organizations
IPA have collaborated with esteemed photographers, peers and organisations on events and workshops. A few include Magnum photographer Alex Webb, Japanese Curator/Editor Yumi Goto, David Gibson of In-Public, Curator Marc Prüst from Noordelicht and cult Japanese photographer Junku Nishimura.
Sponsorship of ‘Spectrum Through The Lens’ by Students Care Service & Photovoice SG
The SIDEWALK Exhibition organized by IPA and members of the IPA Workshop Alumni sponsored Spectrum Through The Lens program and exhibition by Students Care Service and Photovoice SG. Spectrum Through The Lens is a charity photo workshop and exhibition by young participants living with Autism.
Leica X IPA Street Photography Workshop
Invisible Photographer Asia collaborated with Leica Camera Apac on a Street Photography Workshop in Singapore.
Partnership with Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant and Angkor Photo Festival