In a rare opportunity, the Singaporean government opens up a normally off limit, decommissioned power station for the people's art market.
Photographer: Erik Gullberg
Category winner: The winning image shows a hidden and forgotten power station in Singapore turned into an art space. The photo in itself, through its darkness and the unclear nature of the place’s functions (we don’t see what people are doing) underscore the sense of a hidden place.
A post-apocalyptic view
On an abandoned residential building, overlooking Juelin Temple in the Nan'an district of Chongqing.
Photographer: Ludvig Rassmus
Location: Chongqing, China
Not far from the bright lights of the theme park in Ha Long City, and the nearby Ha Long Bay, lies a dusty backlot mostly empty of the hordes of busses that fill it in the tourist season.
Photographer: Themba Wahlstrom
Location: Ha Long City, Vietnam
In the middle of restless crowd the simple and hidden place can be a crystallised memory.
Photographer: Margaretha Situmorang
Location: Chengdu, China
Vertiginous peek of the city
A rock climber enjoys a unique view over the suburbs of Seoul
Photographer: Alice Schneider
Location: Seoul, South Korea