Detail from Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s work “Marilyn, 28 years old, Las Vegas, Nevada, $30”, features in a retrospective of the American’s work at David Zwirner gallery in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner

Made for the fake-news era, this photographer’s work was ahead of its time

  • American Philip-Lorca diCorcia tested the line between fact and fiction in the pre-Photoshop era, as a retrospective at David Zwirner in Hong Kong shows
  • The work of a very different photographer, Qin Yifeng, is featured at White Cube – flat monochromes born of his interest in calligraphy and abstract painting
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Detail from Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s work “Marilyn, 28 years old, Las Vegas, Nevada, $30”, features in a retrospective of the American’s work at David Zwirner gallery in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner
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Aaina Bhargava

Aaina Bhargava

Aaina recently joined SCMP after working as for the online art platform CoBo Social. With a background in art history and emphasis on contemporary art, she has worked for a diverse range of local and international art institutions. She has previously contributed to print and online art/design publications including: Design Anthology, Artomity, Asian Art News, museeum.com, and the Artling’s online magazine.

Christina Ko

Christina Ko

Hong Kong-based writer and editor Christina has covered the luxury scene for over a decade. She covers topics ranging from beauty and wellness to arts and culture. Formerly the editorial director of Prestige Hong Kong, she has written for various publications including Hong Kong Tatler, Discovery and Silverkris, as well as for clients such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Estee Lauder and Lane Crawford.