Hong Kong Perspectives is a new photography exhibition from Bamboo Scenes.
It seeks to celebrate unique pieces from Hong Kong-based photographers at affordable prices – all whilst supporting a good cause.
Each photo is available to purchase in three sizes.
The exhibition features artists including Elaine Li, Timmy Lo, Frank Freeman , Stephanie Teng and more.
10 per cent of all art sale profits, and 100% of Pay-By-Donation tickets, are given to charity ImpactHK – supporting the homeless population in Hong Kong.
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“With the current exhibition, the photographers are showing the beauty of Hong Kong, while not ignoring the harsh reality some face on the streets,” organiser Madelon de Grave told HKFP.
“Secondly, Bamboo Scenes shows the artistic power in Hong Kong. It creates a platform for photographers based in Hong Kong, to showcase their work to a broader audience. All photographs come with a short storyline, as well as the bio of the artists themselves to share their stories and passion.”
View the full collection on the Bamboo Scenes website.
Date/Time: Tuesday, November 28, 2017. 7- 10pm.
Location: Loft 22, California Tower, Hong Kong.
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org (Limited Spots Only).
Entrance: Pay-By-Donation at the door, 100% goes to ImpactHK.