The title of this project (Who) resembles the pronunciation of 胡(Hu). It also echoes my anxiety for being unable to distinguish my own roots.
As Singapore marches towards its 50th anniversary of independence, PLATFORM.Sg have taken an early step forward to mark the occasion with their self-funded Twentyfifteen.sg project.
Robert Zhao Renhui, or the artist known as Institute Of Critical Zoologists, is without doubt, one of the most prominent young photographic artists in Singapore today.
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.
Often, in the endless pursuit of our dreams, we forget that we also steal the dreams of others along the way. These images represent dreams – mine, yours, ours and theirs – real, or maybe imagined.
Ernest Goh’s latest photographic series explores the close relationship between animals and their human masters.
As Singapore slowly marches towards her 50th anniversary of independence in 2015, our partners at PLATFORM.Sg have taken an early step forward.
“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.”
“Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There it begins.” If that is so, then to me, a Landscape begins anew when the bricks are taken apart.
Singapore photographer Aik Beng Chia documents the nights of Little India with his mobile phone.
I lived in a world of dreams and fantasy from a tender age when innocence, fun and naivety transported me to the world of Ali Baba on a flying carpet.
IPA Awards judge Chow Chee Yong reflects on his own surrealist photography and the ‘darkroom photoshop’ techniques used to create them.
A guest post by Megat Ibrahim Mahfuz on INTER-VIEWS & Participatory Photography in Singapore.
Join Kay Chin throughout the process from design to mockups, press checks with the printer and production. Call it an internship of sorts.
Singapore is a small island, and the coastline represents a limit of sorts. But it is also at this limit, where we look out and aspire for more.