An immersive art experience in Hong Kong'' Life through a Lens'' By Derry Ainsworth
Derry Ainsworth is a Hong Kong- based British photographer and videographer. His work has been featured in many publications, such as Forbes, Hong Kong Tatler, Timeout just to name a few. He is known for capturing the modern life of big cities in Asia. This specially curated immersive exhibition includes a 270 degree video room installation, a wide collection of photography - drone photography, street photography and nightlife photography.
The 10-minute drone video installation, lift the viewers high into the skies to explore Hong Kong from above.
'' Aerial photography taken from unique viewpoints of the city make up the collection and give the viewer a gripping new perspective of this amazing city. The glittering sprawl of the most skyscrapered place on Earth is revealed in all its layered complexity in this breathtaking collection. ''
What other people says about the exhibition
Breathtaking collections of aerial, street and travel photography, the exhibition offers visitors a fresh perspective of the city that never sleeps.Hong Kong Tatler
270-degree immersive drone video on screen, taking viewers on a journey above the clouds to see the city.TimeOut
唐樓密佈的北角英皇道，金魚與遊人互相凝視的金魚街，販賣著各種奇異海鮮的鯉魚門⋯⋯說起來，香港確是個光怪陸離的城市，愈是熟悉，愈體會到她的獨一無二。定居於香港的英國攝影師Derry Ainsworth，其攝影主題常圍繞著這裡的尋常百姓與生活環境，反映這個城市獨有的生活面貌。City Mag Hong Kong
Little Step Asia
Derry Ainsworth is a leading Hong Kong-based British photographer who captures unique and, at times, thrilling photographs of Hong Kong. With his immersive portfolio of drone, street, and travel photography, he has become known as a great talent at capturing this city's beauty.
Exhibition Duration: 13 November - 14 December 2020
Venue: Famaland, G/F PMQ, Central, Hong Kong
Opening Hours: 12-6 pm
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Limited Fine Art Photography Prints Available for Sale
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