Conscious-Unconscious &copy 2010 - 2011 Henrycus Napit Sunargo

Henrycus Napit Sunargo: Conscious – Unconscious & Nobody’s Home (2006 – 2009)

Foreword by Dicky Jiang Henrycus Napit Sunargo is a good friend and a passionate man. You can ask his friends and they will agree, especially when it comes to photography. He is one of the few photographers in Bandung who still do (photography) things the old way. Still using cameras older than his age. Still […]

Mitsu Maeda: On The Land of Northen Lights

Mitsu Maeda: On The Land of Northern Lights

Cold air, reindeers, white landscape created in the abyss of time. Looking up to the night sky, the space appears visibly as the northern lights. On the land of northern lights, human beings seem to be a part of the universe. — Mitsu Maeda is from Japan, born in 1984. After started as a freelance […]

Daughter of the Village © Mahesh Shantaram

Mahesh Shantaram — Daughter of the Village

By Mahesh Shantaram. She, an Australian of Iranian ethnic origin, coming home to the in-laws. He, from the heart of Chambal Valley, dacoit territory, shows off his new bride to the village. They, united by common faith. It’s true what they say — love is blind and anything’s possible.

After The Fall © Hin Chua

Hin Chua — After The Fall

“For me, these photographs explore the effects of the conflicts and collisions that are gradually and chaotically reshaping the spaces around us, played out in slow motion with unpredictable, often disturbing results.”

Life in the Jungle by Gyaista Sampurno

Life in the Jungle by Gyaista Sampurno

“I live in Bandung-Indonesia, and nowaday working in Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands. The place I work is known as “The Weather Coast” for it’s wet and rainy most of the year.”

Polluted Homeland © Mitsu Maeda

Mitsu Maeda: Polluted Homeland

A photo-essay by Mitsu Maeda. The crisis was ongoing in Fukushima. People were struggling against the invisible enemy. Farmers had to stop cultivation as the soil and the air had been polluted with the invisible. Children from 30km radius, if have not been evacuated to other cities like Fukushima city or Aizuwakamatsu, had to go […]

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Force & Fragility: A story of young Cuban boxers by Carl Valiquet

A photo-essay by Carl Valiquet. In the month of October 2002, I was walking in Jeanne-Mance Park in my hometown Montreal, Canada. In the middle of the park, was a football field. It was early evening and powerful mercury vapor lights lit up the meadow making it look like a green lake surrounded in darkness. […]

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Places: Dani Subagja’s Street Journey

This will be a short description about my street journey; from the streets I’m familiar with to the unfamiliar ones, from cities to villages. I like exploring places and documenting them. I take my camera with me wherever I go, not necessarily aim to make a photograph, it just always inside my bag. As street […]

Hope Is Never Lost by Dicky Jiang

Hope Is Never Lost by Dicky Jiang

A photo-essay by Dicky Jiang: “I’m thankful for this unique and precious experience — to share hope to those imprisoned. Now, it’s time for them to turn away from their past sins and guilts, knowing that hope is never lost.”

self-portrait © Victor Lumunon

Remembering Victor Lumunon by Krishna Zaki

Honestly I don’t know where to start but I’m having a bottle of San Miguel, Victor’s favorite beer, while writing this. Maybe we should read again a note that Victor wrote on his Facebook account: A Man with a camera I’m a man with camera, not a photographer either someone else – period. Good picture […]

Lost in Space by Henrycus Napit Sunargo

Henrycus Napit Sunargo: Lost in Space

A solo exhibition by Henrycus Napit Sunargo May 17 – June 19, 2011 Kedai Bahagia, Bandung Henrycus Napit Sunargo is an Indonesian photographer based in Bandung. He’s renowned for documenting urban city scenes and family moments. He’s also a prolific darkroom printer. He had been in several workshops & group exhibitions since 2007. In July […]

Tsunami... If I Had Wings by Junku Nishimura

Junku Nishimura: Tsunami… If I Had Wings

A photo-essay by Junku Nishimura At the very moment of the earthquake I was on the road in Shikoku. I could not sit still, and when I ate sanuki udon, the local specialty, it was out of taste. I am not a journalist and photographing disaster sites was not so much on my mind, but […]

Photograph © Yamasaki Ko-ji

Yamasaki Ko-ji

Yamasaki Ko-ji is a photographer born in Kobe, Japan in October, 1959 renowned for his dark and grainy pictures documenting his daily life. His photoblogs have caught the world’s attention and received Photobloggies Awards on 2005 and 2006 for The Best Japanese Photoblog. He loves black & white, film, grain, and wandering on the street. […]

Muge Tang: Go Home

Muge Tang: Go Home

From (“Go Home“) © Muge Tang, 2006-2009 Go Home (2006-2009): “These photographs were taken in Chongqing, the biggest city along the Yantzi river in the Three Gorges area in China, where my home town is. I started this project from 2005 without any ambitious plan to document the great transition of the Three Gorges area […]