After a baby is born, we always take them to a zoo. We happily show them the animals that they saw in a picture book.
side_B, by Minji Lee
There are lot of words to describe Korean young generation nowadays. But who they really are and what they really want? ‘side_B’ starts from this question.
Photo Essay: Sewol, Remembrance and Denial, by Jun Michael Park
They have been denied. First they were denied access to truthful information. They have become invisible, and their voices, muted.
Where We Pray, by Aujin Rew
Where we pray is my on-going project to document prayer places in a red light district of Singapore. Photographs & Text: Aujin Rew
In a Private Moment, by Aujin Rew
In a Private Moment is a personal visual journey through the many toilets I came across in my trips. Photographs & Text: Aujin Rew
Meet the Columbans, by Aujin Rew
In 2013 I set out to meet and photograph the Columban missionary priests in South Korea. They first came to Korea from Ireland in 1933.
The Reds, by Arthur Quejadas II
“Be the Reds!” was a phrase popularized for the Korean national football team with the color’s literal meaning to specifically show support and enthusiasm.
Photographer Spotlight: Sohee Kim, South Korea
Asia Photographer Spotlight on Contemporary Artist/Photographer Sohee Kim from South Korea.
Photographer Spotlight: Ayoung Kim, South Korea
Asia Photographer Spotlight on Contemporary Artist/Photographer Ayoung Kim from South Korea.
Street Photography Asia 2012 Finalist: Arthur Quejadas Jr., South Korea
Arthur Quejadas Jr. is a Finalist in the 2nd Annual IPA Street Photography Asia Contest 2012 by Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA).
Street Photography Asia 2012 Finalist: Lee Gumienny, South Korea
Lee Gumienny is a Finalist in the 2nd Annual IPA Street Photography Asia Contest 2012 by Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA).
Curious Eyes – Street Photography by Aujin Rew
Curiosity has led me to many street corners in the world, and the photographs in this collection are the reflections of my encounters on the road.