Pradal Serey or Kun Khmer is a form of ancient martial arts practiced by the Kingdom of Angkor army since the 9th century to wage war against their main enemy, the Vietnam-based kingdom of Champa, and later Siam.
The week-long festival held in Kobe City has an interesting “camp” format centred on portfolio reviews and clinics for emerging photographers in Japan and abroad.
‘Ibasyo’ is roughly defined as the physical and emotional place where a person can exist, a location or a state of mind, where a person feels comfortable or at peace.
Young photographer Sohrab Hura from Delhi was recently made a nominee member by Magnum Photos. But who is this Facebook-less Sohrab guy?
Unlike a gallery exhibition, the Photo Book is an intimate memento. You bring it back and engage in a dialogue with its maker within the privacy and familiarity of your own living space.
Though leprosy is an old disease that is 100% curable and that merely affects people nowadays, there are over 600 leprosy villages in southern provinces of China.
“What does it mean by loving oneself? I wish somebody would tell me…” …said Sayuri, before she hung up the phone.
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.
Update: Invisible Ph t grapher Asia is proud to support and partner the Tokyo Documentary Photography Workshop. Tokyo Documentary Photography Workshop (TDPW) is a 5-day workshop on documentary photography held in August 2011 in Tokyo, Japan. This is a unique and rare opportunity to work closely with instructors including photographers and curators who are working both nationally and internationally.