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Hong Kong International Photo Festival 2016 —
What Do You Want For Tomorrow?

Hong Kong Heritage Museum
1/F Thematic Galleries 1 & 2
10 August 2016 – 26 September 2016

Presented by the Hong Kong Photographic Culture Association
A partnership project with Hong Kong Heritage Museum of Leisure and Cultural Services Department

Photography is a media that can be involved in other fields, like sound art, moving images, video, painting, sculpture and architecture, and can open up new directions for art. Artists from different media generate ideas from images to unleash creativity in their works.

"What Do You Want For Tomorrow?", a partnership project of Hong Kong Heritage Museum and the Hong Kong Photographic Culture Association, is one of the highlights of the Hong Kong International Photo Festival 2016. This exhibition connects artists from media that are different from, yet related to, photography to explore different possibilities of its contemporary forms, and to examine the creative characteristics and artistic pursuits of women in the present age.

Participating artists include Cho Yeou Jui, Chu Wing Man Zoe, Lam Wai Kit, Lam Yuk Lin, Lo Yuen Man Yvonne, Gretchen So, Zoie So, Tang Ying Chi, Tang Ying Mui Grace, Wong Lai Ching Fiona, Wong Wo Bik and Yiu Miu Lai Joe.


Exhibit Highlights

Untitled Image from the Series "Ten Thousand Messages"

Untitled Image from the Series "Ten Thousand Messages"

Gretchen So
Archival inkjet print



"Tai Kei Leng, Yuen Long - Chickens"
from the Series "Tin Ha Tai Ping"

Chu Wing Man Zoe
Transparency; light box

Tai Kei Leng Yuen Long Chickens


108 Ladies around Us

108 Ladies around Us

Tang Ying Chi
Life-size projected images from painted figures and
view from virtual reality headset