Past

  1. Photography in Southeast Asia (I): P for Place (2007/2017) -Minstrel Kuik (Kajang, Malaysia)

    Lumenvisum and Singaporean curator-writer, Zhuang Wubin are joining forces to present “Photography in Southeast Asia (I) - P for Place (2007/2017) by Minstrel Kuik”. In…

  2. Zaap Zaap Seng – Kwun Tong Yue Man Square Redevelopment Documentation Exhibition VIII

    Over the past two years, eight photographers visited the hawkers in Tung Yan Street Interim Hawker Bazaar in order to document the changes and influences of the Kwun Tong redevelopment project. The hawkers share their sincere feelings about the urban redevelopment by their own powerful and touching stories.
    In this exhibition, the photographers share the outcome of their observations in the changes of hawker bazaar due to the relocation and redevelopment project in Kwun Tong. Through the documentation of images, videos and sound recordings of the hawkers, the exhibition aims to voice out their stories and encourages the public to rethink and question about the issue of urban redevelopment.

  3. Homes – A Solo Exhibition by Gretchen So

    “Homes” a solo exhibition by art photographer Gretchen So, explores the harmony and contradiction between the ideal and the norm of the living culture in North American society. The featured images of domestic environments are psychological portraits of their inhabitants. The exhibition prompts viewers to speculate on their background, question the context of the interiors, or even imagine the character of these remote occupants.

  4. Threads of Sisterhood – A Solo Exhibition by Kurt Tong

    “Threads of Sisterhood” showcases newly created works by local artist Kurt Tong. Combining new and found photographs, as well as several mixed media pieces, which…

  5. No Details, Not Whole – A Solo Exhibition by Jamsen Law

    “No Details, Not Whole” showcases a series of newly created works by local artist Jamsen Law. Combining photography and photo manipulations with traditional painting elements, the artist reproduces his paintings through photography and collage. The creative process is an impromptu performance which expresses his emotion at that moment. The exhibition explores the complex relationship between photography and painting while leading the audience to re-examine what the “real image” is.

  6. Narrow Distances・Ka-Man Tse

    “Narrow Distances” is a series of photographs made in Hong Kong as part of an ongoing investigation of home, identity and community. Tse Ka-man, a New York based photographer whose works address the LGBTQ community, has endeavored to queer the space and social landscape through placement, foregrounding and recasting the protagonists in her works. From multiple perspectives including women, immigrants and queers, Tse has recast this world out of a desire to see it being repopulated and re-imagined.

  7. The Art of the Selfie · Hong Kong Style · Jhoane Baterna-Pateña

    Jhoane Baterna-Pateña, a Filipina photographer, whose works address a delightful study of Chinese mainland tourists taking selfies at Golden Bauhinia Square in Hong Kong. Jhoane captures the selfie-takers and deliberately eliminates the original background, separating the figures in a pure white layer in order to emphasize their gestures. “The Art of the Selfie” was just released in book form published by Asia One Books in Hong Kong and Seltmann + Söhne in Germany.

  8. Hong Kong Contemporary Photography Exhibition 2016

    European Photography is publishing a special issue themed on Hong Kong for the first time since its establishment in 1980, introducing to the world the most significant Hong Kong contemporary photographic works of recent years. With the launch of this special issue, Lumenvisum is proud to present Hong Kong Contemporary Photography Exhibition 2016, showcasing over 60 photographic works by 15 artists featured in this issue.

  9. NEW LIGHT VII • The Shape of Time • Dorothy Wong

    “The Shape of Time” is the debut solo exhibition by local emerging photographer Dorothy Wong, as well as the seventh edition of Lumenvisum’s “New Light – Young Talented Photographer Series”. The exhibition features Wong’s photography series “Border” and her experimental video “On The Border, From The Distance”. Both works delve into the ambivalence of image, and the perception of time and space.

  10. NEW LIGHT VII • The Shape of Time • Dorothy Wong

    “The Shape of Time” is the debut solo exhibition by local emerging photographer Dorothy Wong, as well as the seventh edition of Lumenvisum’s “New Light – Young Talented Photographer Series”. The exhibition features Wong’s photography series “Border” and her experimental video “On The Border, From The Distance”. Both works delve into the ambivalence of image, and the perception of time and space.