Recovery, Resilience, Resurgence
Photographs by Hedda Morrison, Lee Fook Chee and Brian Brake show Hong Kong in consecutive periods, as seen around mid-century.
This exhibition’s photos show Hong Kong during consecutive periods, as it was seen around the middle of the last century. The images span some thirty years of great change: from the postwar recovery in 1946 – 1947, through the resilience of the 1950s, to the resurgence of the 1960s – 1970s. The photos were taken by three photographers. In the order of their Hong Kong work they were: Hedda Morrison, Lee Fook Chee and Brian Brake. Each had markedly different life backgrounds and photographic objectives. The three artists, in their own way, recorded Hong Kong during its modern, crucible decades – thus passing on to our present times the photographic heritage seen in this Asia Society Hong Kong Center’s exhibition. “Recovery, Resilience, Resurgence” is curated by Edward Stokes who founded The Photographic Heritage Foundation.
Tue – Sun 11am – 6pm
Asia Society Hong Kong, 9 Justice Dr, Admiralty, Hong Kong