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Bamboo Scenes celebrates new home with photo series that focuses on Hong Kong life while promoting local talent

The exhibition on architecture and urban life by new and established artists will be held at restaurant Locofama in Sai Ying Pun, and will donate 10 per cent of profits to benefit the homeless


Bamboo Scenes is all about promoting local artists and affordable art with a focus on architecture and urban life. Now it’s celebrating its new home in Sai Ying Pun after partnering with organic restaurant Locofama.

The latest photography collection will showcase new artists Michael Kistler, Paul S, Kevin Mak and Christopher Button, as well as existing artists Elaine Li, Timmy Lo and Stephanie Teng, with 10 per cent of profits made by Bamboo Scenes donated to ImpactHK, a charity supporting the homeless.

A launch party will be held on September 8, from 12pm to 6pm, at Fuk Sau Lane in Sai Ying Pun. More details and tickets here

Here’s a look at what’s on show:

Secrets and Lies by Michael Kistler.
Hide and Seek by Kitty Chu.
Monsters from the Deep by Christopher Button.
Mong Kok Casualty by Gideon de Kock.
Break of Nature by Derry Ainsworth.
007 by Christopher Lim.
Light Weights by Stephanie Teng.
Magic by Sharon Liu.

Bamboo by Kevin Mak.
05 Sai Ying Pun, Dina by Natasza Minasiewicz.
Neighbours by Sarie Moolenburgh.
The Soldier – Hungry Ghost Festival by Kasper Forest.
Headlight by Elaine Li.
The new gallery in Sai Ying Pun.