Bamboo Scenes, a Hong Kong-based curator of photographic art prints, embarks on its next chapter, officially launching an elevated brand concept and an exciting new exhibition in an incredible Central location overlooking the city. With a highly curated and personalized format, Bamboo Scenes will allow international art enthusiasts to discover Hong Kong through the eyes of local artists, with the aim of creating a tightly-knit art community with a global reach.
To celebrate the beginning of the new chapter, Bamboo Scenes will present a new photographic art exhibition entitled “Hong Kong Contrasts” from 10 to 14 June at [email protected] in Lan Kwai Fong, the same special location where Bamboo Scenes officially launched in 2017. The curated collection of photographs showcase the city’s unique scenes and stories through the eyes of Hong Kong’s most exceptional photographic artists. Expect to see artistic panoramas of Hong Kong’s natural side from 2020 International Landscape Photographer of the Year Kelvin Yuen, story-driven images from researcher-turned-photographer Jeremy Cheung, transformative photos from Gideon de Kock, and architecturally arresting photographs from Kevin Mak and Vivien Liu, both of who channel their backgrounds in architecture through their photography. Tickets for the exhibition can be reserved now through Eventbrite.
Additionally, art lovers can also expect special promotions on purchases of photographic art prints during the exhibition and a unique virtual art experience at bambooscenes.com, with specially crafted written content and an ongoing series of exclusive videos that will immerse viewers into Hong Kong’s rich art scene.
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