Copy of Exhibition/Everyday-lightshow
Yau Ma Tei (2017)
Capturing a bygone era, this image brings together two long-time icons of Hong Kong: bamboo scaffolding and neon signage. These days, it’s becoming less and less common to see these around Hong Kong, but occasionally, you’ll get a glimpse of the city’s past with scenes like this.
Edition of 50
Hahnemühle Photo Rag®, 310gsm 100% Cotton
Artist: Kevin Mak
An award-winning Hong Kong photographer and architect, Kevin Mak captures Hong Kong from unique urban and spatial perspectives. His art embraces the layers of history and blending of cultures that Hong Kong represents, capturing this in a timeless yet modern style. Through his striking images, Kevin aims to showcase the quiet calm that lies under the city’s chaotic, crowded veneer.
Kevin has received broad recognition for his work and is engaged in preserving Hong Kong’s streetscapes and urban aesthetics.
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