Publisher: Chris Wong
Dimensions: 34.0cm(H) x 34.0cm(W) x 1.4cm(D) / 13.4"(H) x 13.4"(W) x 0.6"(D)
Diameter: 34.0cm / 13.4"
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
A historic building is a legend of one’s own time. A trace of it is left and gets exposed on an instant photo. Each frame is a monument to be discovered and preserved.
These architectural heritage sites live through time and have now become a part of our everyday life in Hong Kong. Sometimes, we slow down, in awe of the aesthetic wonders of architecture defined by detailed space planning, highly skilled craft and creative structural design. Occidental colonial-style buildings put down roots in the Pearl of the Orient. Each place, may it be a barracks, a court house or a church, exudes its own lasting charm.
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Hometown: Hong Kong
Lives and Works: Hong Kong
Chris Wong is a commercial photographer from Hong Kong with a background in graphic design. He has been focused on developing themes on everyday life with a special interest in the aesthetics of the Polaroid.
Since 1998, Wong has been participating in numerous exhibitions, including ‘Now and Then’, a Hong Kong International Photography Festival Satellite Exhibition (2018).
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