Photographer Birdy Chu, who has focused on face masks for his latest exhibition, “Masked Life”. Photo: courtesy of Birdy Chu Photographer Birdy Chu, who has focused on face masks for his latest exhibition, “Masked Life”. Photo: courtesy of Birdy Chu
Photographer Birdy Chu, who has focused on face masks for his latest exhibition, “Masked Life”. Photo: courtesy of Birdy Chu

Masked Life: exhibition explores how we have reacted to and adapted to life during a pandemic

Birdy Chu, a former photojournalist and lecturer at City University, reflects on the role of face masks in a group exhibition with some of his students

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Photographer Birdy Chu, who has focused on face masks for his latest exhibition, “Masked Life”. Photo: courtesy of Birdy Chu Photographer Birdy Chu, who has focused on face masks for his latest exhibition, “Masked Life”. Photo: courtesy of Birdy Chu
Photographer Birdy Chu, who has focused on face masks for his latest exhibition, “Masked Life”. Photo: courtesy of Birdy Chu
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