10 October – 20 December 2013
This exhibition presents a selection of work by local and international contemporary photographers. Over fifteen years have passed since the handing over of Hong Kong as a British Colony to Chinese rule. During this time, the people of Hong Kong have been reflecting upon their transformed identities under these new political circumstances through the medium of photography. In this exhibition photographers John Billan, Daphne Ho, Lau Chi Chung, Jerry Ho, Shane Hulbert, Tammy Wong Hulbert, Rorce Lau, and Bronek Kozka reflect and interpret these issues through the lens of their cameras. This exhibition shows a body of photographs and installation works by each of the artists, proposed for the level 1 gallery in Chinese Museum.