HKIPF Photography Cinema

In putting forward these six works by artists living and working in Asia, I was enticed by their individual ability to render the personal and intimate into powerful visual narratives which could tangibly evoke a range of emotions.“ Jessica Lim, Director of Angkor Photo Festival & Workshops

In this year’s HKIPF, we have elected to channel our resources into exploring the multitude forms, concepts and narrativity of images. We reached out to six neighbours and invited them on as Curatorial Partners to introduce recent works in the region and gather new starting points for contemplating the mutual transformative influences photography and our modes of living have on each other; for etching out and reflecting on the minute details of a multifaceted contemporary society.
Through the use of screening as an alternative to the more familiar forms of exhibition output and display, we can still witness different places and people in our global emergency, witness each other’s very existence, and recognise each other’s voices from (screens) afar.
FROM: October 15, 2021
TO: November 28, 2021
OPENING: 15/10/2021 3:00 pm
ADDRESS: Kino, 1/F Eaton, Hong Kong.