Three Hong Kong photographers have captured the reality of life under some of the strictest Covid-19 regulations in the world, as social-distancing restrictions brought the city to a near stand still.

In a group exhibition called “Our Lenses Under Covid,” which runs until November 15 at Shout Art Hub and Gallery in Central’s IFC Mall, Justin Wong, Natalie Lau and Mathew Lai showcase their resilience of living under the pandemic. The exhibition is open Monday to Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m..

Photo: Natalie Lau.
Photo: Natalie Lau.
Photo: Natalie Lau.
Mathew - 回頭看 Look Backward
Photo: Mathew Lai.
Mathew - 太累了 Too Tired
Photo: Mathew Lai.
Mathew 日光之下 Sunshine
Photo: Mathew Lai.
Justin - Hong Kong Yesterday
Photo: Justin Wong.
Justin - Lucid Dreams
Justin Wong’s neon-drenched movie-like scene documents the ordinary and extraordinary streetscape. Photo: Justin Wong.
Justin - Temple Street
Photo: Justin Wong.

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