Photography art initiative Bamboo Scenes is celebrating the acquisition of its new gallery with a launch party on September 8, from 12 to 6pm, at Fuk Sau Lane in Sai Ying Pun.
‘Monsters from the Deep.’ Photo: Christopher Button.
The initiative has partnered up with restaurant Locofama, BlackSalt and Wine Moments to host the event.
Photo: Christopher Lim.
Bamboo Scenes aims to promote local, affordable art, with a focus on architecture and urban life.
‘Mong Kok Casualty.’ Photo: Gideon de Kock.
Its founder, Madelon de Grave, said that the initiative aims to provide a different perspective on local art: “We want to reinvent the art experience in Hong Kong, by creating a space where you can freely enjoy art. Here you can explore the collections, and we can offer advice if needed,” she said.
‘Headlight.’ Photo: Elaine Li.
The collection will showcase new artists Michael Kistler, Paul S., Kevin Mak and Christopher Button, as well as existing artists Elaine Li, Timmy Lo, Stephanie Teng and more.
‘Break of Nature.’ Photo: Derry Ainsworth.
10 per cent of profits made by Bamboo Scenes will be donated to ImpactHK, a charity supporting the homeless.
‘Sun Will Rise Tomorrow.’ Photo: Elaine Li.
The launch party will feature a live DJ and be catered by chefs at BlackSalt and Locofama.
‘SSP Lighthouse.’ Photo: José Macedo.
Bamboo Scenes has also partnered up with music collective Spin Sum to join their extended Art Brunch session at Spiga after the event ends at 6pm. Enquire here for tickets.
‘The Soldier’ at the Hungry Ghost Festival. Photo: Kasper Forest.
‘Bamboo.’ Photo: Kevin Mak.
‘Hide and Seek.’ Photo: Kitty Chu.
‘Secrets and Lies.’ Photo: Michael Kistler.
Sai Ying Pun, Dina. Photo: Natasza Minasiewicz.
Photo: Paul S.
‘Neighbours.’ Photo: Sarie Moolenburgh.
‘Magic.’ Photo: Sharon Liu.
‘Light Weights.’ Photo: Stephanie Teng.
‘Always in the Spotlight.’ Photo: Tricia Darling.
Visit Bamboo Scenes’ website here. See their Facebook page here, and Instagram here.


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