Lee Fook Chee: Son of Singapore, Photographer of Hong Kong is an exhibition presented at The Arts House by The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Singapore and The Photographic Heritage Foundation to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
It features over 50 spectacular black and white images captured by Singapore-born Lee Fook Chee in 1950s Hong Kong. In conjunction with the exhibition, join curator Edward Stokes as he shares about the journey of discovering Lee Fook Chee and his remarkable archive of photographs, fond memories of interacting with the intrepid photographer, and the processes involved in assembling his images into a comprehensive photo book Lee Fook Chee’s Hong Kong: Photographs from the 1950s.
The exhibition runs from August 4 to September 3, 2017, 10am to 10pm daily at Gallery I of The Arts House. Admission is free.
VENUE: The Arts House, Blue Room
ADDRESS: 1 Old Parliament Lane, Singapore 179429
EVENT WEBSITE: The Arts House
DATE AND TIME
6 Aug 2017, 2pm-3.30pm