In celebration of its 50th anniversary in Hong Kong, Fuji Photo Products Co. Ltd. have collaborated with Fujifilm and Magnum Photos to launch their photography project “HOME.”
Peru, September 2017. Photo: Moises Saman/Magnum Photos.
 The exhibition will tour in eight cities around the world, starting in March 2018.
Norway, 2017. Photo: Jonas Bendiksen/Magnum Photos.
Around 190 pieces of work by 16 Magnum photographers will be on display at Pao Gallery, 4/F, Hong Kong Art Centre, from August 19-27 2018.
The photographer’s home, 2017. Photo: Gueorgui Pinkhassov/Magnum Photos.
“After watching the solar eclipse (90 per cent totality) atop Jockey’s Ridge State Park.” North Carolina, USA, 2017. Photo: David Alan Harvey/Magnum Photos.
“‘Home’ is not only defined as a space for physical living. It holds various other associations that are emotional, biological, cultural and societal,” said organisers.
Mayo Beach, Massachusetts, USA. Photo: Alex Webb/Magnum Photos.
France, 2017. Photo: Antoine D’Agata/Magnum Photos.
New York City, USA, 2017. Photo: Chien-Chi Chang/Magnum Photos.
Minneapolis, USA, 2017. Photos: Alec Soth/Magnum Photos.
“These 16 photographers have been given an open brief to explore the subject through their own individual practices, the resulting work reflecting their personal take on a subject that we all record photographically.”
New York City, USA, 2010. Photo: Elliott Erwitt/Magnum Photos.
Australia, 2017. Photo: Trent Parke/Magnum Photos.
“The closet,” Argentina, 2017. Photo: Alessandra Sanguinetti/Magnum Photos.
Italy, 2017. Photo: Alex Majoli/Magnum Photos.
“This project invites them to explore a universal subject familiar to us all,” said organisers.
United Kingdom, 2017. Photo: Olivia Arthur/Magnum Photos.
Hiroshima, Japan, 2017. Photo: Hiroji Kubota/Magnum Photos.
Czech Republic, 2017. Photo: Thomas Dworzak/Magnum Photos.
United Kingdom, 2017. Photo: Mark Power/Magnum Photos.
For more information about the project, visit their website.

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