Tan Lee Kuen looks at the work of two noted Malaysian contemporary photographers, Eiffel Chong and Minstrel Kuik.
Eiffel Chong, Malaysia Misspelled
These photographs taken in Malaysia are symbols of the failure of progression I feel in this beloved country of mine.
A Fragile Thing Called Man, by Eiffel Chong
On first glance at the photographs, they appear to be miniaturised cityscape models of our beloved Kuala Lumpur city. But on closer inspection one realises they are in fact photographs of real scene of the city.
Photo Essay: Royal Malaysia Police, by Eiffel Chong
I came across an abandoned police station and found identity photographs of the police personnel being scattered around. Most of them still look good, except for a layer of dust on the photographs.
IPA Southeast Asia Showcase at Xishuangbanna Foto Festival, China 2014
To kick off the new year, Invisible Ph t grapher Asia will be presenting a Southeast Asia Showcase at the Xishuangbanna Foto Festival, China 2014.
Institutionalised Care, by Eiffel Chong
Hospitals, better known as medical centres have come a long way to become a very ‘hotel looking’ institution.
Join us for IPA KL Photo Weekend, Malaysia from 14th – 16th June 2013
Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA) returns to Malaysia with an exciting weekend of Photography, in partnership with KL Photoawards 2013.
Before The World Fell To Pieces, by Eiffel Chong
Chong shares his obsessions with mortality and human excess by using landscape and objects to create an ominous vision of society.