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Rather than representing Hong Kong as a dense and chaotic concrete jungle, on the scale of its multitude of skyscrapers, Kit Chak counters preconceived ideas and immerses us in new urban perspectives. Photographs of buildings – sometimes vertiginous, sometimes stifling – make way for minimalist and colourful visions of the Chinese megalopolis. This self-taught young artist has been interested in images for less than three years. While his initial approach to photography was more carefree and spontaneous, he soon started studying technical aspects by watching YouTube videos and rifling through the portfolios of the most accomplished photographers. Originally he captured images on hikes around the island and shared them on his Instagram account and now he has over 30 000 subscribers. His minimalist work raised the interest of passionate individuals both locally and abroad, notably in Poland, Romania, and the Middle East.  ... Vedi di più Vedere di meno

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“My goal is to show people something different of Hong Kong.”

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The spectacular photographs of Kit Chak interpellate the eye with their highly contrasted colours and modified perspectives. The photographer’s intention is not to reproduce reality but to play with urban elements to offer a new interpretation of the city. Hong Kong contains an infinite play of lines that are endlessly superimposed and intertwined, forming points of intersection, points of view in which everything converges and diverges towards the horizon. Grey apartment blocks usually seen as ugly by society are exposed under filtered and colourful light, their architectural details infinitely repeated. Drawn by urban landscapes, Kit Chak creates surprisingly graphic, symmetrical, rigorous, and seductive images. Their aestheticism seems to be influenced by pop art.

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