Exhibition highlights for the Angkor Photo Festival 8th Edition opening on 1st December 2012.
The Angkor Photo Workshops is back for the 8th year — and is now officially accepting applications!
8th Angkor Photo Festival – Call For Submissions. The festival’s 2012 program will present works photographed around the world through exhibitions and outdoor slideshows in Siem Reap, with no imposed theme.
In this article, we highlight the fifth and last finalist for the inaugural Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. We take a look at Zishaan Akbar Latif’s touching and revealing project with the NGO Arushi.
In this article, we highlight the third finalist for the inaugural Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. We take a look at Agnes Dherbey’s project #K76-3613, a personal journey which challenges the way photography can be used to learn about oneself, and also seeks to inquire upon the feelings of adopted children and the women who give their children up for adoption.
In this article, we highlight the third finalist for the inaugural Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. We take a look at Indonesian-American photographer Andri Tambunan’s project Against All Odds.
In this article, we highlight the second finalist for the inaugural Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. We take a look at Japanese photographer Shiho Fukada’s project Japan’s Disposable Workers: Lost in Global Unemployment, in which she tackles the complex issue of unemployment in today’s globalised economy.
In the coming weeks, we will be featuring the work of the five finalists for the inaugural Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. This week, we begin with Bangladeshi photographer GMB Akash and his project The Bitterest Pill, which aims to be a detailed documentation of the use of the drug Oradexon in Bangladeshi brothels.
A short documentary film on photographer Sean Lee and his latest award-winning Homework photographs featuring portraits of his family. We step into the Lee household for an intimate glimpse of the Lee family and how they spend Sundays in Sean’s little HDB bedroom creating his latest set of portrait images titled Strangers. Sean Lee first won the Special Jury Prize in the Angkor Photo Festival in 2007, and was later nominated for the prestigious Prix Découverte in the Les Recontres d’Arles (Arles Photo Festival) in France. He also received a Paul Huf award nomination given out by the Foam Fotografiemuseum in Amsterdam. …
We are happy to announce that Invisible Photographer Asia will be the official Media Partner for The Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant. The Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant is a collaborative project launched in 2010 by Yumi Goto of the Reminders Project and the Angkor Photo Festival. The winner of the grant, to be announced at the end of the year, will receive financial support of US$3,000, and the awarded project will be shown at the 2012 Angkor Photo Festival. Official Press Release from The Reminders Project Asian Photographers Grant below. PRESS RELEASE – July 24, 2011 ANNOUNCING OUR OFFICIAL MEDIA …
Today, Filipinos still lift everything on the ‘divine’. May it be a result of an examination, daily grace, or resuscitation of life, it is all prayed upon.
In recent years, more Asian photographers are emerging onto the international scene, producing work of outstanding calibre and giving exposure to little known issues from their region or their own countries.
We recently caught up with Françoise Callier and Jessica Lim from the Angkor Photo Festival. They have been working hard behind the scenes on the festival’s 7th edition taking place from 19th to 26th November, 2011 in Siem Reap, Cambodia. We were privy to hear the festival’s plans this year and their wonderful support for young Asian photographers. The Call For Submissions to this year’s festival is now open till 15th June, 2011. Call For Submissions to The 7th Angkor Photo Festival Created in 2oo5, the Angkor Photo Festival is the first such event to be organized in Southeast …
In this Invisible Interview we shine the spotlight on photo curator, editor and evangelist Yumi Goto. Yumi has got to be one of the busiest people in the current photojournalism scene in Asia.
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