ENCOUNTERS is the first monograph by Indonesian photographer, Rony Zakaria on his cities and his journey.
Notes and highlights from Jakarta, Indonesia and the IPA Street Photography Presentation.
In our 20 Most Influential Asian Photographers poll, Erik Prasetya was ranked as one of the most influential figures in Indonesia’s documentary photography.
Join us for IPA’s first ever Street Photography presentation and workshop event in Jakarta, Indonesia.
This project documents an ongoing history of people and communities whose life affected by two major entities for Indonesians, the mountains and the sea.
Indonesian Deden Hendan Durahman is one of the artists exhibited currently at A Certain Grace: Photography from Bandung.
Conscious-Unconscious: A Personal Landscape, presented by Henrycus Napit Sunargo at the Artist Talk for A Certain Grace: Photography from Bandung at IPA Gallery.
From 23 Aug to 30 Sept 2012, the photographic works of three Bandung artists will be shown at the Esplanade Tunnel, Singapore.
Erly Bahsan is a Finalist in the 2nd Annual IPA Street Photography Asia Contest 2012 by Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA).
Rony Ariyanto Nugroho is a Finalist in the 2nd Annual IPA Street Photography Asia Contest 2012 by Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA).
Yoppy Pieter is a Finalist in the 2nd Annual IPA Street Photography Asia Contest 2012 by Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA).
A new series of IPA articles where photographers share their First Click, and reflect on the beginnings of their journey and relationship with Photography.
Padang is the capital and the largest city of Sumbar, Indonesia. Located at the heart of the western coast of Sumatra, Padang is still predominantly inhabited by its native residents called the Minangkabau people.
In Indonesia, the death toll of Bronchiectasis is not accurate, and unfortunately there is a big chance of Gilang’s story to repeat itself.
Papua is the largest province in Indonesia and it’s home to approximately 1% of Indonesia’s population. However, approximately 40% of all HIV/AIDS cases in Indonesia are located in Papua.