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Lost Paradise: Invisible Power and Contribution from Women in Iranian Daily Life Persian carpet is one of the most complex handmade items in the world and Iran has long been a center of carpet production. Weaving carpet has usually been associated with women. While women play a crucial ... Nov. 14, 2019
Iran Immortel: Ten Years Photo Project Showing Iran's Daily Life This photography project spans ten years of travels, and portrays the achievements of Humanity in this region of the world, focusing on all that is beautiful, noble and ingenious. In this blend of poetry ... Nov. 04, 2019
Buzkashi: A Traditional Equestrian Game With the meaning of "catch and goat", the Buzkashi has existed as an ancient and traditional equestrian game in Afghanistan and Tajikistan, and has been established as the official national sport in modern times ... Oct. 25, 2019
Tehran, City of Hope and Despair Following the Iranian Revolution of 1979, the United States imposed sanctions against Iran. In 2006, following discussions around the Iranian Nuclear Program, the US, UN and other Western nations expanded ... Oct. 07, 2019
Afghanistan: The Color Awakens Recent decades have seen Afghanistan repeatedly bruised and brutalized—but today, its people struggle to brush away the dust of conflict and discover their homeland as it should appear: radiant with beautiful ... Oct. 05, 2019
Admirable Photo-tour Experience of Nomadic Life by French Photographer Stéphane de Rouville After viewing French photographer Stéphane de Rouville’s touchable series Ga Bra, Into the Heart of Tradition I & II, someone may have curiosity about his picture-related experience. Fortunately ... Sep. 27, 2019
Winners of Bird Photographer of the Year 2019 announced 12 Stunning Pictures, Winners Of Bird Photographer of the Year 2019 Aug. 29, 2019
Nowhere People: Small Rise in Sea Level, Big Decline in People's Living Standard Indian Sunderbans lies on the southern fringes of the state of West Bengal, where the Gangetic plain meets the Bay of Bengal. Alarming rise of sea level has also been higher than the global average in the ... Jun. 18, 2019
Climate Change in Iran: When Once Lively Land Becoming Drought A river near the city in which photographer Akon Salemi lived has a special connection to his teenage mind and he even shot his first photos there. However, its drying out in the last decade has ... Jun. 13, 2019
Great exploration for lost civilizations Like humans, cities are mortal. They are born, they thrive, and they eventually die. Over the course of human history, an astonishing number of cities and towns have been lost, destroyed, submerged, and abandoned. Photographer Fu Yichun has travelled across 51 countries and regions to record the once flourishing civilizations. Jun. 05, 2019
Afghanistan: A Land of Continuous Conflict The idea for continuing this project is to illustrate the life of people in the continuous conflicts of the country to drawing the attention of global as the mission of photojournalism as well as ... May. 09, 2019
Ashayer: Photographic Epic about Normads in Persian There are always individuals who both love photographing and traveling. French photographer Kares Le Roy is one of those them and published a stunning book entitled Ashayer: Nomads in Persian. Mar. 18, 2019
56,000 Kilometers: Two-Year Journey Documenting Forgotten Faces of Asian Culture and Life Few years ago, French photographer Kares Le Roy​ travelled to barely known regions in Asia across five chapters: South-Eastern Asia, South Asia, North Asia, Central Asia and the Middle East, capturing and apprehending ... Mar. 01, 2019
The Ghost Hotel: Once Star Hotel Lost in the Bali Island As evident in his mysterious photos of abandoned Disneyland park, French photographer Romain Vellion knows how to capture places that being reclaimed by nature. This time, he is fresh off a ... Jan. 16, 2019
Photographs of India: Recording Memorable Experience in India Foryears Since years ago, an increasing number of Chinese photographers have been choosing to travel in India as their first foreign destination. At the 2018 PIP Festival this year in September, the "Photographs of India" ... Nov. 07, 2018
This Island Earth: Icelandic Nature in Contemporary Photographic Art - Video Interview of Hallgerður Hallgrímsdóttir Around six thousands miles away from China, Iceland has always been considered as a mysterious and fairytale Nordic country for Asia people. Fortunately, this time at the 2018 PIP Festival, we welcomed some excellent ... Oct. 24, 2018
Calm Water: An Exhibition of Contemporary Japanese Photography - Video Interview of Naoya Yoshikawa at PIP Festival This time, we will introduce another curatorial exhibition at the 2018 Pingyao International Photography Festival (PIP Festival). Named "Calm water", the exhibition presented originally photographic ... Oct. 22, 2018
Invitational Exhibition: “From Chang'an to Rome -- China-Italy College Photography Invitational Exhibition” Ⅰ Chang'an is one of the typical representatives of Chinese culture, and Rome is also an irreplaceable civilization highlands in the western world. Chang'an is "magnificent" and "majestic", and Rome is... Oct. 19, 2018
Artist Making The Invisibles Possible To Be Visible Through Claymation When the Colombian photographer, Edgar Alvarez, moved to Los Angeles he was stuck by a strange phenomenon. Walking around a city where everyone drives a car, he saw what many failed to notice because they remain so ... Oct. 19, 2018
Michael Cherney: The Heart-Mind Learns From the Eyes Based in Beijing, Michael Cherney is a successful painter, photographer, illustrator and calligrapher. Using scenes and landscapes from around China, Cherney creates a world on paper that blends both America and China, and modern and traditional. Oct. 05, 2018
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