Yoppy Pieter: Saujana Sumpu

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Pannafoot Institute proudly presents the fourth photo publication titled Saujana Sumpu by Yoppy Pieter.

Yoppy’s photographs in this book portray Sumpu, a forsaken Minangkabau village located at the end of Lake Singkarak in West Sumatra. Since decades ago, their people have migrated and became a part of Indonesia’s urban population. This is the story of the slow death of Minangkabau’s cultural heritage.

Saujana Sumpu is part of a photo book series, PORTFOLIO, which aims to highlight the works of Indonesian photographers. The purpose of this projects is to promote their work both at home and abroad.

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Based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Yoppy Pieter is a photographer who documents social issues and travel. His interests led him to work as an advertising coordinator at a travel magazine in 2004. Three years later he began to pursue photography due to the fact that it can act as a medium to channel his passion for visualization.

With this background, he has decided to take some photography training in PannaFoto Institute, Permata Photojournalist Grant, and the Angkor Photo Workshop. Since 2010, he has been working as freelance photographer and also a travel writer.

Additional information

title

Saujana Sumpu

photographer

Yoppy Pieter

text

Fatris MF

design

Nurfajar 'Ai' Triono

publisher

Yayasan Panna

ISBN

9786027021327

year

2015

binding

soft cover

size

19 x 26 cm

pages

92

language

English

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