Reminder: ‘Connection’, at the Hong Kong Arts Centre – 11-17 June

MING X ChunWo_Poster_A4Just a gentle reminder in case you happen to be in Hong Kong from 11-17 June – my first exhibition of 2015 and first exhibition in Hong Kong will be showing at the Hong Kong Arts Centre, Wanchai, in conjunction with Chun Wo Development and Engineering. I should be there most days, so please drop by and say hi! MT

More information can be found in this post.

Comments

  1. Outstanding work. Such a pleasure to stumble upon this wonderful body of work. It shows great understanding of the process of building the complex structures that are woven in our cities, and shows a staggering amount of sympathy for the difficulty of the undertaking.

  2. I went there on the first night and was blown away with the quality of the photography. Mings work looks even better in print. And what printing! The canvas prints were like paintings with a 3d quality to them and highly detailed. Mings expert eye allied to his super sharp photo capturing technique makes every shot packed full of interesting micro details and strong graphic power. Furthermore, the scale of the exhibition is unique for the region; there’s three floors of colour and black and white magic. The space is so big that it is in keeping with the subject matter – construction – and allows viewers to dwell on the photos without feeling that they must move on to let someone else have a look. The sheer amount of photos that are on display gives you a deeper insight into the subject than in smaller exhibitions. I spent an hour at the exhibition but could have spent longer if I didn’t have another appointment. Plus Ming himself was at hand to explain his work and to discuss some general photo topics. He even let me handle his Leica Q! What a nice guy. So if you are in HK, dint miss this exhibition – you will not be disappointed. Oh it was also nice to meet Derek Pang who’s company sponsored the exhibition. Thanks for sponsoring photography on such a grand scale and helping to keep the genre alive and for bringing such a unique experience to HK.

  3. I had hoped to be in Hong Kong this weekend, and come and see the exhibition. Unfortunately I’m in Shanghai instead, so won’t get to see this one. Wish you the best of luck, and hope you have more exhibitions in Asia in future – I’m still hoping to see an ultraprint “in the flesh” and see what all the fuss is about 🙂

  4. I’ll be there tomorrow. Very curious to see this in person.

  5. Richard says:

    Really superb exhibition, very much enjoyed it

  6. John Lee says:

    Hi Ming. What are the opening times? I want to go after work.

  7. Nice choice of publicity image and design. Travel expense will keep me away from HK but surely would visit were I in the region.

  8. I will be there! Haha.

  9. Bravo! Enjoy every minute!

  10. Wish you good luck 🙂

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