Welcome to our ‘Curator’s Choice’ - a special series dedicated to help you navigate through our curated collection
Each photograph in these “Curator’s Choice” features is a personal story by our selected artists, showcasing Hong Kong through their eyes. This is the place they call home, so expect to discover the unexpected. The Founder & CEO of Bamboo Scenes, Madelon de Grave, will be sharing with you her Curator's Choice.
These are my personal favourites, the images that resonate most with how I experience Hong Kong. From those moments of getting lost in the mountains to wandering through the hustle and bustle of the city. And, not to forget, those priceless moments of sunrises and sunsets that never seem to bore me. I invite you to explore a selection of my personal picks of our Hong Kong collection curated by Bamboo Scenes.
“Each photograph is a personal story by our selected artists, showcasing Hong Kong through their eyes. This is the place they call home, so expect to discover the unexpected.”
Headlight - Elaine Li
“Headlight” (2016) by Elaine Li - Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong
This is such a wonderful depiction of the striking contrasts in Sham Shui Po, with signboards you won’t find anywhere else in the world.
Pink - Gideon de Kock
“Pink” (2020) by Gideon de Kock - Tai Kok Tsui, Hong Kong
This is elegance portrayed in a perfectly candid setting, transporting you to the everyday lives of HongKongers.
Old Ride, New Splash - Jeremy Cheung
“Old Ride, New Splash” (2020) by Jeremy Cheung - Central, Hong Kong
Vivid colours and movements, perfectly captured. The most exciting way to cross the water.
Light of Mercy - Kevin Mak
“Light of Mercy” (2018) by Kevin Mak - North Point, Hong Kong
Dimmed sunlight dispersed onto the city’s urban landscape, showcasing everyday life in many parts of town. This is such an intriguing play of shadows and light.
06 / Sheung Wan, Dina - May N. Kasahara
“06 / Sheung Wan, Dina” (2016) by May N. Kasahara - Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
I love this strong feminine energy and movement portrayed against a perfect Hong Kong backdrop.
Martini - Sharon Liu
“Martini” (2017) by Sharon Liu - Kowloon, Hong Kong
A flirtatious, dreamy side that Hong Kong offers when we head into the night.
Pink Matter - Vivien Liu
“Pink Matter” (2016) by Vivien Liu - Victoria Peak, Hong Kong
Those breathtaking moments of sunsets, perfectly captured with the iconic view of the city.
Autumn - Kelvin Yuen
“Autumn” (2015) by Kelvin Yuen - Sunset Peak, Hong Kong
Still my favourite place to get lost. Sunset Peak with its mysterious landscape and striking colours.
Interested to discover more of our art collections? Have a look at our curated photography art collection or discover each selected collection per Bamboo Scenes artist.