PhotoQuai Biennale 2015 opens next week in Paris. There are numerous photographers from Asia who will be participating.
Paris is calling. Asian Photography at PhotoQuai 2015
Contemporary photography from Asia alongside rest of the world showcasing at the 5th Edition of PhotoQuai Biennale in September 2015.
Love – Black, White and all its Greys
Love – Black, White and all its Greys. A ‘seasonal’ selection of photographs from Asia.
Junku’s JAPAN, A Portrait from a Larrikin Ex-Salaryman
I’ve always believed the notion that every photograph is a portrait of the photographer. Here is a selection of Junku’s photographs of Japan – a portrait from a larrikin ex-salaryman.
Slideshows from IPA Plug & Play Manila, 17th August 2013
A peep at some of the slideshows presented during IPA Plug & Play Manila, 17th August 2013.
Photo+ Singapore August 2013: Notes & Photographs
Highlights from the IPA Photo+ Workshop with Darren Soh, Kevin WY Lee and Junku Nishimura, Singapore, 8th – 11th August 2013.
IPA PHOTO CAMP MANILA, Philippines | 16th – 19th August 2013
Hey Philippines, we’re finally coming over for a visit! Join us for IPA PHOTO CAMP MANILA.
2 Winning Photographs in our Photo Book Giveaway
The 2 B/W Street Photography Winners of our Photo Book Giveaway: Junku Nishimura + Rony Zakaria revealed.
Photo Book Giveaway: Junku Nishimura + Rony Zakaria
Up for grabs are two photo books by our friends: Mi Nueva York, by Junku Nishimura and Encounters by Rony Zakaria.
Catching Yamame with Japanese photographer Junku Nishimura
Japanese photographer and friend of IPA Junku Nishimura has been busy lately, releasing a trilogy of personal photographic diaries on Blurb.com.
Fine Art Photography Prints by Junku Nishimura now available
We are excited to announce that Fine Art Photography Prints by selected photographers in Asia will now be available for purchase at Invisible Photographer Asia.
Short Film: Junku Nishimura, A Japanese Street Photographer in Singapore
A 15 minute video documentary of Japanese street photographer Junku Nishimura in Singapore when he came for the official opening of the IPA Gallery.
If I Had Wings… After The Tsunami, by Junku Nishimura
The old mother handed me home-made umeboshi (pickled plums) and nori-no-tsukudani (laver boiled down in soy) as mementos, and told me “You be sure to come back someday.”
Invisible Interview: Junku Nishimura
Junku Nishimura, a.k.a junku-newcleus, is a Japanese street photographer, and in his own words, the ‘most funkiest funk old school unknown DJ in the world’.