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IPA Southeast Asia Photo Showcase: Rony Zakaria, Indonesia

http://invisiblephotographer.asia - IPA Southeast Asia Photo Showcase: Man, Mountain And The Sea, by Rony Zakaria, Indonesia. Slideshow showcase for the Xishuangbanna…
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Vertical / horizontal - Intérieur / Extérieur Exposition Photo de Françoise Huguier

Vertical / horizontal - Intérieur / Extérieur Exposition Photo de Françoise Huguier | Scoop Photography | Scoop.it
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Julia B.'s curator insight, October 11, 2013 3:22 AM

Françoise Huguier, lauréate du World Press Photo (1993) et fondatrice de la photographie africaine à la Biennale de Bamako (1994), a travaillé sur tous les genres de la photographie en explorant les 5 continents. Elle a commencé sa carrière comme photographe de mode chez Vogue et le New York Times, puis sur des projets photo plus personnels et sociaux.


En 2010, elle a mené des recherches sur la photographie de la vie de la classe moyenne à Singapour, Kuala Lumpur et Bangkok. 

Pour son exposition en Indonésie, Françoise Huguier sera présent à Jakarta et Bandung, ainsi que la tenue d'ateliers pour les jeunes photographes là-bas.

 

Toutes les Dates de son exposition itinérante en Indonésie: 

http://www.institutfrancais-indonesia.com/budaya/fran-oise-huguier

Portfolio: http://francoisehuguier.com/

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"The Coal Question": Kemal Jufri receives Gold Medal Award from Prix De La Photographie Paris

"The Coal Question": Kemal Jufri receives Gold Medal Award from Prix De La Photographie Paris | Scoop Photography | Scoop.it
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Indonesian photographer Kemal Jufri receives Gold Medal Award from Prix De La Photographie Paris for his work on coal industry in Indonesia.

Indonesia is the fifth largest coal producer in the world today and as of 2009, is the second largest exporter after Australia. This archipelagic nation only uses approximately 13 percent of the coal it produces for domestic consumption and the remaining 87 percent is sold to the rest of the world.
Coal powers 41 percent of the world's electrical supply. This led to the dramatic increase of world coal demand, which in turn prompted the industry to grow in leaps and bounds. However, irresponsible coal exploitation results in adverse impacts and comes at the expense of human health, environmental degradation and global climate change -- a high cost to pay when alternative energy is a cleaner, safer and healthier option.
In Indonesia, where open-pit mining is predominantly practiced, coal leaves an irreparable trail of destruction in its chain of custody from extraction to burning. The story of coal is a tale rife with destructions and misery rooted in irresponsibility. 

About the Artist:

Kemal Jufri is a freelance photographer with over a decade of experience covering stories across Asia with focus on Indonesia, for international publications including Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, BusinessWeek, Stern, Der Spiegel, amongst others.

He is a recipient of numerous awards and grants from some of the world's most prestigious institutions such as the World Press Photo, Missouri School of Journalisms Picture of The Year International (POYi), National Press Photographers Association's Best of Photojournalism (NPPA BOP), Prix De La Photographie Paris (PX3), PDN Photo Annual and many more.

 

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7 mois en Asie

Retour sur notre voyage de 7 mois en Asie -- http://www.kilometres-et-megapixels.com Musique : Marcus Loeber (marcusloeber.com/) Materiel : Canon 5D Mark II…
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J'ai aimé: reportage photo Volcan Kawah Ijen à Java, Indonesie par Kares Leroy

J'ai aimé: reportage photo Volcan Kawah Ijen à Java, Indonesie par Kares Leroy | Scoop Photography | Scoop.it

Sans doute un de mes meilleures souvenirs de trek... que le photographe-voyageur Kares Le Roy a su faire revivre grace à son "sulfureux" reportage.

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Share The Word - Jakarta

Share the Word is an art project led by photographer Spag and graffiti artist Seb Toussaint, set in different slums and low income neighbourhoods around the world.…
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Julia B.'s curator insight, October 30, 2013 8:59 AM

Share the Word is an art project led by photographer Spag and graffiti artist Seb Toussaint, set in different slums and low income neighbourhoods around the world. The first episode takes place in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Share The Word is the Outsiders Krew's first worldwide art project, mixing graffiti, photography and film, and using art to create bridges between cultures. The Krew chooses to work inside each neighbourhood for 3 to 5 weeks, and asks each household to give them one word that they want to express. Each word will then become the main feature of a spontaneously-painted mural by artist Seb Toussaint. Spag, as the Krew's photographer, works to illustrate the chosen words by capturing scenes of daily life and portraits of locals, telling the story of the neighbourhood through his art. The project also aims to get the local community involved by encouraging the children to paint and learn graffiti by giving art classes on the streets.

This video was shot by the Outsiders Krew in Kampung Bayur, a neighbourhood of East Jakarta, in Indonesia. In a little more than 3 weeks, 15 murals were painted with words chosen by the inhabitants. All the murals were painted in freestyle.

The words are: Assalamu'alaikum (peace be upon you), Bismillah (in the name of god), Banjir (flood), Kali Malang (name of a river), Merdeka (freedom), Horas (congratulations), Nabila (name of a child), Alif (name of a child), Kali Sunter (name of a river), Peace, Kampung Bayur (name of the neighbourhood), Pendopo (meeting place), Pulang Basamo (to come together), Makasih (thank you), Harmony.

More info : 
> facebook.com/outsiderskrew
> outsiderskrew.com

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Expo Photo- Clichés exotiques - Le tour du monde en photographies (1860-1890) UNIGE de Genève.

Expo Photo- Clichés exotiques - Le tour du monde en photographies (1860-1890)  UNIGE de Genève. | Scoop Photography | Scoop.it

 UNIGE, Genève -Suisse

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L'exposition photographique de l'été a ne pas manquer pour tout voyageur invétéré, amateur d'Histoire et d'Art...

Clichés exotiques: le tour du Monde en Photographies (1860-1890) par Alfred Bertrand,  en ce moment jusqu'au 30 septembre au Parc Bertrand de Geneve.

Et pour ceux qui ne peuvent pas se rendre en Suisse,  rendez-vous sur l'exposition virtuelle en ligne où vous voyagerez des Etats-Unis jusqu'en Indonésie via l'Egypte.

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Indonesia Raya #Video Independance Day August the 17th

 This is the national anthem Indonesia Raya.

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