Photography art initiative Bamboo Scenes will open its doors to celebrate its first anniversary on December 2 from 1 to 6pm, at Fuk Sau Lane in Sai Ying Pun.

‘World Clocks.’ Photo: Jose Macedo.

The gallery will show stunning, never-exhibited-before street photography artworks and will introduce new Hong Kong photographers such as Jeremy Cheung, Carlos Sun, Kevin Mak and May James.

Bamboo Scenes aims to promote local, affordable art, with a focus on architecture and urban life.

‘Subtracting Fractions.’ Photo: Michael Kistler.
‘Coffee Silhouette.’ Photo: Gideon de Kock.

“What started as an idea to open up the local art scene in one of the most photogenic cities in the world, has now grown into a thriving community of photographers and art enthusiasts, with meaningful photo art prints on walls in Hong Kong and beyond. Bamboo Scenes Photography Gallery is turning one, and that is worth a celebration!” the gallery said.

‘Mass of Bodies.’ Photo: Christopher Button.

The initiative has partnered up with restaurant Locofama and Wine Moments to host the event.

‘Fire Dragon.’ Photo: Carlos Sun.

Bamboo Scenes, founded by Dutch female entrepreneur Madelon de Grave, launched last year with an exhibition attracting over 500 visitors.

‘The Games We Play.’ Photo: Tricia Darling.

The gallery will donate 10 per cent of profits to charity ImpactHK helping the homeless.

‘Tiffany Blues.’ Photo: Sharon Liu.

Hong Kong art prints exhibited at Bamboo Scenes have reached international recognition with destinations as Tokyo, Melbourne, Berlin, Stockholm, L.A. among others.

‘Turn Back Time.’ Photo: Sarie Moolenburgh.
Photo: Christopher Lim.
‘Passing Time.’ Photo: May James.
‘Vice Versa.’ Photo: Kitty Chu.
‘$ change ¥.’ Photo: Derry Ainsworth.
Light of Mercy. Photo: Kevin Mak.
‘Reframe.’ Photo: Stephanie Teng.
‘Leap.’ Photo: Timmy Lo.
‘Golden Days.’ Photo: Elaine Li.
Photo: Jeremy Cheung.
‘Eye Candy.’ Photo: Nukeproofsuit.
’06: Sheung Wan, Dina.’ Photo: Natasza Minasiewicz.

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