Book: Little Red Harbour 小紅港 | Lau Yut-Fung 劉一峰

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Book: Little Red Harbour 小紅港 | Lau Yut-Fung 劉一峰

1,400.00

Weight 0.5kg

Dimensions 15 x 20 x 2.5 cm

Pages 50

Binding Hardback

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Lau Yut-Fung has just released an exciting new book called Little Red Harbour 小紅港 - which is based on the question, what will Hong Kong will look like in 2047? The book brings us on the personal black & white journey of the artist, through the back streets of Hong Kong, into bars, snake dealers, the quirky and the dark, maybe in a drug-infused daze. By considering what will come, the artist has documented what may be lost.

Lau Yut-Fung started his career as a staff photographer with the Los Angeles Times. After going independent, he was based in Tokyo and Beirut. His past clients include the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Liberation, Le Figaro and the UNHCR.