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Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA)
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Photography and Visual Arts in Asia.
Photography and Visual Arts in Asia.

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If you have been following the current protests in Hong Kong and its now famous Umbrella Movement, chances are you’ve seen a photograph by Lam Yik Fei. Yik Fei is a young Hong Kong photojournalist who is fast making a name for himself, and not without reason. He is one of the hardest working photojournalists in this part of the world, filing quality reportage images left, right and centre. So what’s it like being an independent photojournalist walking the talk?

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“A sunny place for shady people” became a term that began circulating through the Australian media when referring to the ongoing melodramas of criminals that ended up settling on the Gold Coast. The city became known as a perfect strip of golden beach where one of ill-repute could reinvent themselves, where tales of execution style killings at the local mall were whispered behind pastel colored walls and porcelain veneered grins. #ipaphotoasia

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When Abba was ill, by Delhi-based photographer Adil Hasan will be exhibited at the IPA PHOTOBOOKS SHOW Travelling Edition 2014.
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Spotlight: Han Youngsoo’s 1950s Post-War Korea

“The war had taken away many things. Not only had it mercilessly trampled down on our beloved families and neighbors, but also their happiness, hope, and furthermore humanity itself. As if that wasn’t enough, by the end it had utterly destroyed everything on the face of the earth leaving behind ruins, despair, famine and sorrow….

Though struggling with the multifaceted after-effects of Korean war, the 1950’s was period of recovery. I was able to find hope watching cities and rural communities being rebuilt, in bustling the markets and the sparkling eyes of children the laughter I had forgotten. Slowly but steadily I was recovering my own humanity.” #ipaphotoasia  

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Hyperlapse Preview: Pingyao International Photo Festival 2014. 
Shot, Coloured & Edited on iPhone. © Invisible Photographer Asia. http://invisiblephotographer.asia

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Yang Yankang (b. 1954, Anshun, Guizhou Province) has finally finished his meditation on Tibetan Buddhism this year, a body of work he has been shaping for a decade. “The Reflection of Soul” Exhibition, opening this weekend at Beijing’s Inter Art Gallery, features 80 classic black and white photographs from the work, most of which are hand-printed by Yang himself. Yang was also awarded the Jury Prize for Photographer of the Year at the recent Seventh Guizhou International Photography Festival for the work.
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