Blue Lotus Gallery

Fan Ho, Greg Girard, Keith Macgregor, Robin Moyer, Walter Koditek, KC Kwan, Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze, Michael Kistler, Jason Au

Mar 16 – Apr 16, 2023

The sequel is rarely as good by Michael Kistler, Hong Kong 2022. Courtesy the artist and Blue Lotus Gallery.

This joint exhibition will showcase the works of street photography from different periods and styles, from the inception of Hong Kong as a port to the present day, allowing visitors to explore different facets of street photography through various lenses.

The exhibition opens with an experimental take on street photography by Fan Ho, as well as Hong Kong’s iconic neon signs as captured by Keith Macgregor, black and white harbour shot in 1980 by Robin Moyer and the 80s busy day scenes by Greg Girard. More recent approaches include the midnight Kowloon side by KC Kwan, documentary post-war post-war modern architecture by Walter Koditek, ‘City Poetry’ series composed by Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze, a contemporary stylistic approach by young photographer Jason Au, and Michael Kistler’s seductive deep hue scenes of today’s Hong Kong.

G/F, 28 Pound Lane
Sheung Wan
Hong Kong
T (852) 5590 3229
Tu-Su 11am – 6pm

Blue Lotus Gallery, established in 2007, is a photography gallery with a strong focus on exploring Hong Kong culture and identity. The gallery offers an exquisite selection of books, limited edition and vintage prints on old and new Hong Kong by respected master photographers, such as Fan Ho, and emerging contemporary artists. 

Represented artists
Au Tze Long 區子朗, Nick Brandt, Christopher Button, Tugo Cheng, Ben Felten, Greg Girard, Gijsbert Hanekroot, Fan Ho, Alexis Ip, Stefan Irvine, Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze, Michael Kenna, Michael David Kistler, Ian Lambot, Keith Macgregor, Yasuhiro Ogawa, Marc Progin, Wing Shya