Open Air party for the 10th anniversary of the festival with Where is Charlie ? and DJ Fisewook
Italian photojournalist Alessandro Penso has been shedding a light on the conditions of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in Europe for the last 7 years.
Photojournalist Paula Bronstein has been travelling to Afghanistan for 15 years to document the U.S-led Operation in the wake of the 9/11 attacks in New York.
Adam Dean has been documenting Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s anti-drug crusade that left a wake of between 7000 and 12,000 killings of drug users.
Open-Air screening of powerful photo-stories by Myanmar and International Photographers.
WPP, independent platform for photojournalism, organizes the world’s most prestigious annual press photography contest. Discover the 2017 winners in Mahabandoola Park.
U Sann Aung’s calendar portraits of actors like Kyaw Thu and Moh Moh Myint Aung in the 80’s are a landmark in the history of Burmese photography.
Photographers Marylise Vigneau and Aun Raza take us around the city on two striking, simultaneous and yet autonomous journeys. A puzzling duet!
As the ancient capital of Angkor is celebrating its 25 years anniversary as world heritage site, Bagan is on its way to UNESCO listing and Mrauk-U preparing its bid.
Garcia de Marina, a Spanish conceptual photographer, has created a series of visual poetry after discovering Myanmar through facebook @myanstories.
Swedish Dads is about fathers who choose to stay home with their babies for at least six months. Photographer Johan Bävman examines what the experience has given them.
An exceptional exhibition based on the idea of creating a record dedicated to Burmese photographers during and after the colonial era.
Nine Myanmar photographers have been working in Yangon under the supervision of Beatrice Minda to reveal the lives of its old buildings and their memories.
Myanmar Photographers compete for the Best Photo Story award on front of a jury of Myanmar and International personalities