Continuing our feature on the Twentyfifteen.sg Project, Singapore 1925 – 2025 by Robert Zhao Renhui is issue #06 of 20.
Since our last coverage of the Twentyfifteen.sg Project, two more issues have been published. Made in Singapore, by Tay Kay Chin is issue #05 of 20.
These photos are part of my long-term project investigating the evacuees not as victims, but as part of a 1000 years old folk culture of the area.
This is the story of my search for paradise on earth, in a place devastated by both Man and Nature. Paradise is a photo book based on Swat Valley in Pakistan, authored by Singapore photographer Edwin Koo.
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.
A late addition to the IPA Photo Books Show 2013 was Ying Ang’s delicate Sentire to Feel artist zine.
Hospitals, better known as medical centres have come a long way to become a very ‘hotel looking’ institution.
Announcing our 3rd Finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Photo Book Awards 2013: GREG CONSTANTINE, EXILED TO NOWHERE: BURMA’S ROHINGYA.
“My wish is for this book to wander in my stead, exist as a testament to existence, and credibly proffer the possibility of beauty as a balm for everyday sorrow.”
Singapore photographer Aik Beng Chia documents the nights of Little India with his mobile phone.
I think motion symbolizes a journey. It doesn’t matter how we move or where we’re moving to. We’re not static creatures.
Join Kay Chin throughout the process from design to mockups, press checks with the printer and production. Call it an internship of sorts.
Influential Indian Photographer Dayanita Singh on Photo Books at an Artist Talk hosted by Delhi Photo Festival.
Selected quotes on photobooks shared by David Chickey, Radius Books during the masterclass workshop with Alex & Rebecca Norris Webb in Singapore.