Keith Macgregor documented Hong Kong during the economic boom period from the 70s to the 90s, a time of immense prosperity, social development and general optimism. His works are currently exhibited at Blue Lotus Gallery (Hong Kong) until 18th November 2018.
Read the exclusive interview of the two French collectors Frédéric Robin & Philippe Gilbert from the Whilte Villa Collection.
Yao Lu’s works use the form of traditional Chinese painting to express the face of China.
In “Traces I”, the Malaysian born Chinese photographer Ian Teh photographed the coal industry in China and its impact on the western hinterlands of the country.
In his newly published photobook “Approximate Joy”, Christopher Anderson considers the relationships between technology, happiness and humanity through a haunting series presenting the melancholic faces of Shenzhen’s city-dwellers. His works are currently exhibited at the Danziger Gallery (New York) until October 20, 2018. Guest article written by Alex Merola.