Traveling in the train is to travel in space, in time, in thought. It is also transporting our desires and dreams. To escape, to blend in with the people’s faces who come and go as fast as our railway dreams.
It takes 36 hours by train from Saigon to Hanoi. These wordless contacts are my only travel object.
- Nikita Erphene...
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In "HEREFORHER", Pokchat Worasub explores the strength of the female soul that exists within the delicate female body. The series of photographs, taken without intention to capture intrinsic and authentic interactions between the model and herself, the photographer.
the line between the reader and writer has blurred - and so have the distinction among tweet, blog post, facebook, newspaper story, magazine article, book, the line between professionals and amateurs, the boundaries delineating for-profit, public, and non-profit media, the line between old media and new media - practically beyond recognition.
But more than ever we can still crave for latest updates or ever-changing trends. And share it.
A master passion is the love of news.
here, and only now. We produce our blend of newly-shot original interviews, film footage, portraits of artists and talents. We focus most on singularity, significant individual works and exhibitions, provocative ideas, and biographical material. We believe an artist's work should intersect with today’s most relevant issues and concerns.
We want to be there when it happens.
And of course we want to be there first.
While in Brazil.
Serbian photographer, Tatjana Radicevic, talks to us about her love of images, living in Zurich, and her inspiration for her series on Brazil.
Julien Besson, French photographer, has been a regular contributor to Aserica for the past four years. Through following his work, we have noticed how his old school aesthetic and interest in urban culture and youth have produced some remarkable images. We interviewed him about his latest series to find out more.
and When. The earth we live in is full of visual treasures too magnificent to describe. Often we need a photograph to allow an beautiful landscape to meet our lines of vision - wherever we are.
Sometimes it's a the other end of the world, sometimes just a few miles away.