KUALA LUMPUR PANORAMA
Category: Photography & Film, Travel
Kuala Lumpur Panorama is a lavishly illustrated celebration of Malaysia’s capital city and of its rich and complex mix of peoples and traditions. The book captures the essence of the modern Metropolis of KL in a stunning collection of more than 100 panoramic images taken by renowned Malaysian photographer S.C. Shekar. It offers readers a unique and revealing glimpse of the full breadth of life in the city—its food, festivals, buildings, religions, nightlife, shopping, streets, flora and fauna as well as its people.
Amir Muhammad is an independent film-maker, writer and publisher. He has been writing for Malaysian print media since the age of 14, notably the New Straits Times. His films have been featured in a number of international film festivals including the Sundance Film Festival and the Berlin International Film Festival.
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Malaysian photographer SC Shekar is renowned for his portraiture and ethnographic images, which he has been exhibiting since 1985.
He began his career as a photojournalist and has travelled extensively throughout Asia, focusing mostly on Southeast Asian communities. He recently finished an extensive photographic series on Myanmar after visiting the country many times during the past decade. These images will be published in a new book later in 2013.
Shekar was also commissioned by the Indian government to document Emerging India in a series of photographs which are now being displayed at Indian Consulates and High Commissions around the world.
His work has been featured in many international publications and books including Our Land Within: Journeys through South-east Asian Communities, Daughters Of Asia (2002), Gilding The Lily: Everyday Portraits of Malaysian Women (2007) and Raising Land: The Way of Land & Life in Sarawak (2013).