Take an intimate look at Hong Kong through the lens of four Australian photographers living in the city at “Hong Kong Through Australian Eyes,” an upcoming exhibition organised by the Australian Consulate-General. Showing at the Fringe Club in Central from 22 to 29 October, the exhibition features a collection of photographs by Simon Fuller, Palani Mohan, Isaac Lawrence, and Jayne Russell—each examining their own connection to Hong Kong and the features which make the city in which they live and work special.
From insights of Hong Kong’s Tanka people to signature neon signs, bamboo scaffolding, and the colourful blur of dragon boat racing, the photographers seek to create an understanding of how Australians feel connected to Hong Kong through the activities and explorations of daily life.
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