Two Photographers Turn Hong Kong Upside Down
Why We Recommend it
Offering disorientating perspectives of Hong Kong, two photographers show the vivacity and hybridity of the city in a new light.
Hong Kong Upside Down is an exploration of Hong Kong’s mesmerising cityscape from two opposite angles. French photographer Romain Jacquet- Lagrèze points his camera upwards and expresses Hong Kong’s vertical élan in a series called ‘Vertical Horizon’, while Tugo Cheng investigates Hong Kong from a bird’s eye view as revealed in ‘City Patterns’.
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