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Today After Tomorrow

1a Space

Ends Feb 4 (closed on Mondays)

Thursday, 17 January, 2008, 12:00am

Today After Tomorrow

1a Space

Ends Feb 4 (closed on Mondays)

While most of us are interested in visiting shops that are open, photographer Ceci Liu Wai-yee is drawn to those that have closed. Her latest solo exhibition, Today After Tomorrow, is a collection of images of retail outlets no longer in business. It reflects how the city has developed at street level in recent years.

17 Jan 2008 - 12:00am

2A.M. follows 1A.M. and it's also set to heat up bookshelves

Architect turned photographer Norm Yip (right) sizzled bookshelves in 2005 with a photo collection of nude Asian males called 1A.M.

Now, he's back with a follow-up titled 2A.M. Again, they are tasteful snaps of sculpted Asian physiques and this time it's even going to be available in Singapore where the first book was banned for the flimsiest of homophobic reasons.

30 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Photographer Wing Shya takes a stroll down memory lane

The town's hipsters had all kinds of reasons to hang out at Pacific House's ground floor event last Thursday night.

15 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

Lights, camera, action!

He is now a photographer but years ago Graham Uden took a gamble by switching careers

It's the ultimate in career satisfaction. Being paid to do a job that's been a lifetime passion. And photographer Graham Uden has managed to pull that off successfully. But that's not to say there hasn't been a lot of hard graft along the way.

6 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

Dress Rehearsal

This season sees the return of the long evening gown. So start preparing now for your grand entrance.

Chiffon dress (HK$46,900) by Dolce & Gabbana.

Satin dreess (HK$15,500) by Celine.

Chiffon dress (HK$119,650) by Versace.

Light wool crepe dress (HK$127,100) by Dior. Shoes (HK$6,900) by Versace.

7 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

Playing to the Galleri

Galleri Magazine held a launch party earlier this month, with about 450 guests at the Kee Club to celebrate the first issue alongside founding editors Jay Foss Cole and Timon Wehrli. The free, catalogue-style periodical aims to promote the local arts and design community.

24 Aug 2007 - 12:00am