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Wing Lung Wai

Kam Tin Road

Kam Tin, NT

Hong Kong

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十一月起,攝影書愛好者們當每月一聚 A monthly gathering for photobook lovers starting this November

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攝影書 —— 讓人可觸摸、可動情、可收納的實體。一個自在自足微眇蒼穹。

香港國際攝影節聯手出版社Thames & Hudson,於此時此地以書會友,以攝影的共同閱讀連結各方,研習來自世界角落的攝影書,掀翻萬象之對話。


首兩個周六午聚,請來The Salt Yard創辦人岑允逸作導讀,引領我們閱歷二十多本攝影師作品結集,其中包括 Saul Leiter, Dorothea Lange, Fabio Ponzio, Massimo Vitali, Edward Keating, Luigi Ghirri, Roy DeCarava, Martine Fougeron。

此時此刻我們在一九八三 ──為那份心安如家的感懷,一個讓我們可用手用眼用心,撫摸影像的地方。


The Photobook - something to touch, love, collect. A little universe within itself.

In collaboration with the publisher Thames & Hudson, The Photobook Club is a time and place to appreciate a wide range of photobooks from all over the world. A dialogue about photography in all its diversity.

Starting from this November, this monthly gathering will feature different artists, books, and topics, for generating sustained conversation and active interaction in the book reading, making, and collecting spheres.

In the first two afternoons facilitated by The Salt Yard founder Dustin Shum, we will read together over 20 works, featuring Saul Leiter, Dorothea Lange, Fabio Ponzio, Massimo Vitali, Edward Keating, Luigi Ghirri, Roy DeCarava, Martine Fougeron, and more!

We have chosen to gather at 1983, a place that feels like home, a space where we can engage with photography with our hands, eyes and minds.

Club members will be able to enjoy 20% off any purchases on

語言 Language|粵語 In Cantonese

入場 Admission |隨喜樂捐 Pay As You Wish


***Plan your schedule before booking a ticket. If you wish to cancel your booking, please be considerate and do so in advance to free up spaces for others and avoid wastage.

策劃人 岑允逸

香港理工大學攝影設計(榮譽)學士。曾任職攝影記者超過十年,現為獨立紀實攝影師。多年來的創作主要探討:個人與都市生活空間的關係,本地弱勢社群的生存狀態,以及當代中國在經濟急遽發展下的城鎮面貌。其作品多次在本地及海外展出,並為美國三藩市現代美術館,香港文化博物館及私人收藏。亦曾出版多本個人攝影集,包括《係.唔係樂園》(2008)和《某座》(2014)等。除個人創作外,於2013年初創辦攝影展覽空間「The Salt Yard」,參與策展多個海外及本地攝影師的作品展覽。亦經常以「Fotopiggie」名義發表有關攝影論述的文章。

Facilitator: Dustin Shum

Hong Kong based documentary photographer, Dustin SHUM graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree in Photographic Design. In his work, Shum focuses on the relationship between individuals and urban spaces, the living conditions of local disadvantaged groups, and the transformation of Chinese cities and towns in a rapidly developing economy. Shum has exhibited widely, within Hong Kong and internationally, and his work is held in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, and many private collectors. His photographs have also been published in several photobooks, including Themeless Parks (2008) and BLOCKS (2014). In 2013. Shum co-founded The Salt Yard, an independent, artist-run exhibition space dedicated to photography, where he has curated a number of exhibitions by overseas and local photographers. The Salt Yard is also an online store dedicated to the art of photobook publishing. He often writes about photography under the pseudonym "Fotopiggie".

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Wing Lung Wai

Kam Tin Road

Kam Tin, NT

Hong Kong

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