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  • Gallery Weekend Beijing February 23
  • BOOSTED February 22

    Have you heard of the kiwi based

  • VIDEO: Upcycling Ideas February 21

    Y'all know how I like to repurpose

  • Interview: Ko Injae February 20

    Currently showing at Noeli Gallery in Shanghai,

  • HKwalls – Open Call for HK Artists February 18

    HKwalls returns this March for a nine-day

  • VIDEO: Bamboo Decoration Ideas February 18

    Hola people! I've been looking around the

  • The Artists of Waiheke Island February 16

    So, as you may know

  • VIDEO: Styling Thailand  February 15

    Hong Kong lifestyle brands enjoy strong

  • Singapore Biennale 2016: An Atlas of Mirrors February 15

    The Singapore Biennale 2016, is arguably one

  • Interview: Takeru Toyokura February 14

    Currently showing at Noeli Gallery in Shanghai,

  • Robyn Or

    William Lim started photography in 1977. He likes to think of matters as a process. Life is a process, art is a process, photography is a process. Twelve years ago, on March 1, 2005, William did his first solo art exhibition ever at Andante in Central, Hong Kong. He has now been invited to stage another exhibition 12 years later. “Before / During / After” defines different stages of Lim's development throughout his life - a gradual shift with himself, esthetics and the world over time. He translated the name of the exhibition into the Chinese characters「之前 / 之中 / 之後」...

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    Thursday, 03 November, 2016
    Robyn Or

    Travel is a way to explore the variety of life and culture, landscape and history. Many believe that the best way to understand the life of a city or nation is to know about the people. Check out my list of 10 Instagram Travel Photographers that I have been following for long. Through their pictures you might be surprised by how travel is intimately linked with daily life.    Ensi QadimiKaraj is the fourth-largest city in Iran and the home for historical buildings and memorials. Ensi Qadimi captures the every-day-life of Iranian in a minimal way with rich colours and playful composition...

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    Thursday, 27 October, 2016
    Robyn Or

    In 2012, one series of photos shed direct light on the housing problems in Hong Kong. They were taken from a bird’s eye view and showed sub-divided units, which drew local and international attention. This year, Society for Community Organization (SoCO) are working with photographer Benny Lam again to jointly organize a “Living Under Constraint” photo exhibition. Over 50 new photos are included, in a sequence of six series, all showing life in the 100sq ft “flats”. These series include: Glittering Hong KongGlossy photos stand in stark contrast to dark lives in cage homes and coffin cubicles, uncovering the reality hidden underneath Hong Kong’s glamourous and prosperous appearance...

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    Friday, 14 October, 2016
    Robyn Or

    CBRE has launched its global Urban Photographer of the Year competition with the theme,'Cities of Connections: People, Places, Perspectives'. Now in its 10th year, the competition continues to grow, with the 2015 event attracting more than 21,000 entries from 113 countries around the world.This year’s theme invites photographers to submit photos that capture moments of connectivity across the daily cycle of city life. The competition is free to enter and open to both professional and amateur photographers...

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    Friday, 23 September, 2016
    Robyn Or

    Mid autumn festival is just around the corner, and it is one of the biggest festivals in Chinese community for family reunions and to mark the Autumn season. There are lots of moon cake advertisements from online to offline platforms just to remind you the coming of this traditional celebration. Raymond Wong Yan Che, commercial food photographer and food stylist from Hong Kong, who has devoted his profession to food photography for more than 30 years, shares his childhood memories with us through his photographs of the moon cake...

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    Tuesday, 13 September, 2016
    Robyn Or

    Wah Fu Estate is a public housing estate located in the southern district of Hong Kong Island. The whole housing estate with a total number of 18 blocks was completed in 1978. There are car parks, supermarkets, school and public library with the aim to develop a self-contained community - a new town. This architecture project was lead by Taiwan-born designer Donald P H Liao with his own design - "the Twin Tower Block"- each comprised two juxtaposed towers of a hollow, internally galleried plan, which were constructed at the later blocks built in the 70s...

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    Friday, 19 August, 2016
    Robyn Or

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