WMA is going to present the exhibition TRANSITION at the Hong Kong Central Library from 14th to 24th April 2018. It will showcase photographic works of the nine finalists of WMA Masters, as well as moving image works of WMA Film by three filmmakers, using crowdsourced footages from the “1 July 2017 – A Day in Transition” project.
The venue will also host All That. Doesn’t, a solo exhibition of Ducky TSE Chi-tak presenting his works supported by WMA Commission 2015/16 in response to the theme “Identity”.
Ducky Tse Chi-tak, recipient of the ‘Identity’ cycle of WMA Commission,
will launch the first part of his solo photography exhibition ‘All That. Matters’ at the Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC) from 28 January to 14 February 2018.
Wei Leng TAY’s work “The Other Shore” and Kurt TONG’s work “Threads of Sisterhood” won the WMA Masters 2016/17 – MOBILITY jointly, sharing a cash prize of HK$250,000.
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