RHODY CHAN, LESLIE MONTGOMERY, SHAWN P. GRIFFIN: PLAYING IT STRAIGHT

by Polina Shubkina

«The younger generation of Hong Kongers has a much more open acceptance and understanding of LGBT persons and issues with the rise in travel and their exposure to other countries and cultures where acceptance is the norm.»

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China
10.06.2017

ANGELA SU. THE AFTER LIFE OF ROSY LEAVERS
Blindspot Gallery
Hong Kong, China
20.05.2017 - 30.06.2017

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JIANG PENGYI. AWAY FROM DISGRACE
Blindspot Gallery
Hong Kong, China
18.03.2017 - 06.05.2017

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XIAOXIAO XU. AERONAUTICS

by Sheung Yiu

«My immigration experience motivated my desire to tell stories and made me learne to observe both China and Europe from a distance. I am as much an insider and an outsider, uprooted, unidentified and estranged from both sides.»

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China
13.03.2017

AFTER PARTY: COLLECTIVE DANCE AND INDIVIDUAL GYMNASYCS
Blindspot Gallery
Hong Kong, China
14.01.2017 - 04.03.2017

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LIN XUECONG. A LOST OF RELIGION

by Sheung Yiu

«People are digging meters-deep holes everywhere, if you are not careful, you can be drown in quicksand. I saw a lot of dead pigs floating in the river.»

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China
17.01.2017

KA-MAN TSE: ON BEING SEEN, QUEERING TIME AND TAKING UP SPACES

by Sheung Yiu

«Is not just about LGBTQ issues, it’s about any sense of identity, in the workplace, in the public or in certain social situation where you have to turn something off, or muted, or act a certain way.»

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China
08.08.2016

THROUGH OUR EYES. PHOTOGRAPHY EDUCATION GIVES TEENS A VOICE

by Sheung Yiu

«Government officials were quick to set up an anti-suicide council. The secretary of Education Bureau proposed a HKD$5000 (around Euro550) subsidy to each school for relief programmes and soon PSA commercials were playing all over TV.»

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China
18.05.2016

Shikijo: eroticism in Japanese photography
Blindspot Gallery
Hong Kong, China
07.05.2016 - 25.06.2016

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ANGE ONG. HONG KONG CAFE

by Sheung Yiu

«Photography, in my comprehension of it, has always been in some ways violent. And I have always wanted to avoid being so in my practice.»

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China
29.03.2016

Candida Höfer. Memory
Ben Brown Fine Arts
Hong Kong, China
22.03.2016 - 28.05.2016

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POLINA SHUBKINA. HK TOP MODELS

by Sheung Yiu

«There are people who are just going through this stage in their lives when they know they are pretty enough to model in Asia, and they hope that this might become their ticket out of their country.»

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China
15.01.2016

JEFF WALL
White Cube
Hong Kong, China
11.12.2015 - 23.01.2016

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PAUL YEUNG. PHOTOTALK

by Sheung Yiu

«A lot of my works are informed by the social reality. The core of my work is documentary, with a touch of personal expression and my philosophy on photography.»

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China
09.11.2015

JEFF LAM POK YIN. ABOUT CAMERA ITSELF

by Sheung Yiu

«If we stop questioning the development of this image-producing black box, soon photography and camera mechanisms would be predominantly controlled by marketing decisions.»

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China
29.10.2015

EASON TSANG. A FLOWER FABRIC

by Sheung Yiu

«Image is not the end product of photography. I see camera as a tool to realise my thoughts and concepts. Maybe this have something to do with my education in science.»

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China
24.09.2015

EXHIBITION: IMAGINE THERE’S NO COUNTRY, ABOVE US ONLY OUR CITIES (如果只有城籍而沒有國籍)

by Sheung Yiu

«The postcolonial city thrives on this conflicted duality, yet it also brought about tension and ambiguity, making the search of identity an eternal motif for artists and writers to ponder upon.»

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China
12.08.2015

LAI LON HIN. LOOKING IS DETACHMENT

by Sheung Yiu

«It is futile to use format as the measure of effort, ultimately it is how you organize your thought using photography as a medium. There is no direct relationship between this and your camera.»

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China
17.07.2015

VIENNA PHOTOBOOK FESTIVAL (PART 1): XIAOXIAO XU

by Bärbel Praun

«Driven by questions of why, of all people, Chinese farmers have the guts and skills to become aeronauts, even though they lack both education and resources, and how they manage to achieve such dazzling goals.»

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China
29.06.2015

TSE MING CHONG. METAPHORICAL COMMENTARIES

by Sheung Yiu

«Postmodernity celebrates diversity, but Hong Kong still holds on to a sole aesthetic standards and sensibilities for art and design. It is a problem of taste and visual education.»

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China
11.06.2015
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