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KiLat Italia

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KiLat Italia
Presenting KiLat Italia my second "KiLat" Series, a journey marked the first time I travelled solo, to the furthest place I've been from home: Italy.   Spending 9 days exploring the central area of Rome by foot (to be cost effective!),...

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Tiga Mata Zine — Issue 1: Vivacious (Noi Chin)

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Tiga Mata Zine — Issue 1: Vivacious (Noi Chin)
Tiga Mata is a bi-annual Southeast Asian photography zine published by Zontiga, a creative hub for photography enthusiasts located in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. Aimed at inspiring the community within the region and creating visibility for photo-related artists, Tiga Mata hopes...

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We Will Have Been Young

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We Will Have Been Young
we will have been young was a contemporary visual-anthropological photography exhibition by 12 emerging Southeast Asian photographers examining the fragility of youth and the ambiguity and transience of the future. This body of work was developed over the span of...

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George Town Diary

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George Town Diary
George Town Diary, August 23–August 30, 2018 August 27, 2018On the edge of the historic center, the visitor can imagine what would have happened to old George Town if it hadn’t been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 2008....

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Kids in Love

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Kids in Love
Olivia Bee is celebrated for her dreamy, evocative portraits and landscapes rich with implied narratives of intimacy, freedom and adventure.  Olivia Bee: Kids in Love showcases two bodies of photographic work, including the series "Enveloped in a Dream" that first brought...

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After Dark

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After Dark
From Liam Wong, the author of TO:KY:OO, an evocative, cinematic exploration of global cities after midnight. No matter how different or far apart, cities at night share particular features: neon lights and lonely figures, quiet train stations and taxi drivers,...

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Lisette

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Lisette
Not all sex workers want to serve people with disabilities and people with special needs. However, this does not apply to Lisette, a professional sex worker from Breda. Men have come to the wrong place for a paid quickie. Lisette...

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Dancing with my Camera

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Dancing with my Camera
Accompanying Singh’s first touring retrospective, this survey includes previously unseen early works, favorite series and new montages. The internationally acclaimed photographer Dayanita Singh often describes herself as a “book artist.” Accordingly, Singh was closely involved in the making of this...

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Triple-Flavoured Fish

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Triple-Flavoured Fish
“We want people to be able to see us from afar.” Ironic, given the fact that most of them — the owners and workers — want to stay invisible. This photobook is a tribute to Tom Yam restaurants, known locally...

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New Arrivals

KiLat Italia

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KiLat Italia
Presenting KiLat Italia my second "KiLat" Series, a journey marked the first time I travelled solo, to the furthest place I've been from home: Italy.   Spending 9 days exploring the central area of Rome by foot (to be cost effective!),...

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Tiga Mata Zine — Issue 1: Vivacious (Noi Chin)

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Tiga Mata Zine — Issue 1: Vivacious (Noi Chin)
Tiga Mata is a bi-annual Southeast Asian photography zine published by Zontiga, a creative hub for photography enthusiasts located in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. Aimed at inspiring the community within the region and creating visibility for photo-related artists, Tiga Mata hopes...

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Alex Webb: Dislocations

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Alex Webb: Dislocations
Recognised as a pioneer of colour photography, Alex Webb is able to juxtapose gesture, colour and contrasting cultural tensions into a single beguiling frame, resulting in evocative images that elevate fractured and multilayered meanings. His book Dislocations, first published in...

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Uncle Auntie Zine

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Uncle Auntie Zine
A passion project by our studio, this self-published zine is a heartfelt compilation of shared wisdom, learnings and laughter from our months of interviews with cherished elders, ‘Uncles’ and ‘Aunties’, from various neighbourhoods.This coffee table gem glows with the warmth...

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Jin-Me Yoon

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Jin-Me Yoon
A three-decade compendium of Jin-me Yoon’s photographic series exploring Canadian and Asian stereotypes and identity. Covering over 30 years of artistic practice, this book celebrates the complex yet highly distilled photographs of Korean-born, Vancouver-based Jin-me Yoon’s (born 1960) dynamic vision....

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A Fuckin Mess

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A Fuckin Mess
'A Fuckin Mess' captures one weary traveler within the lens of another. Traveling as backpackers, You Liang and her partner have stayed in many places: hostels, motels, home-stays, yurts and so on. The paper of this photo-book, like the flyers...

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