Douce d’Ivry’s Colourful and Quirky Hong Kong
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In her first solo exhibition, French fashion and street photographer Douce d’Ivry offers a dreamy and colourful facet of Hong Kong.
Zolima CityMag contributor Douce d’Ivry describes her work as “colourful, often quirky, and with a touch of youthful innocence”.
Ever since she started taking photos two years ago, the self-taught photographer has been capturing both beautifully staged shoots as well as smart street snaps in some of the city’s most characteristic neighbourhoods, which she describes as her “very own 24-hour photography set”.
d’Ivry draws much of her inspiration from French artist Jean Paul Goude and Hong Kong filmmaker Wong Kar-wai. In her first solo exhibition, she will be sharing her poetic, technicolour vision of Hong Kong through a selection of her best works.