Having the visual works of artists featured at TRANSITION – WMA Masters & WMA Film Exhibition as a departure point, WMA has curated a series of programmes to spark discussions and reflections on various notions of “Transition” in the context of Hong Kong, involving other opinion leaders and the general public.
Ducky Tse Chi-tak, recipient of the ‘Identity’ cycle of WMA Commission,
will launch part II of his solo photography exhibition ‘All That. Doesn’t’ at the Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong Central Library from 14 – 24 April, 2018.
Xyza Bacani is a Filipina Street and Documentary Photographer who has been featured in New York Times Lens Blog, CNN and various international media publications not only for her excellence in photography but also for her inspirational story.
The WMA Commission invites entries for proposals from artists and photographers from both Hong Kong and the international community, to create new research...
The WMA Commission invites entries for proposals from artists and photographers from both Hong Kong and the international community, to create new research based photography work in Hong Kong, focusing on the theme of MOBILITY. Project proposals must contextually relate to both the theme MOBILITY and to HONG KONG. A five-member Selection Panel will choose the WMA Commission recipient, who will be awarded a HKD 250,000 grant which will contribute towards production of the successful proposal and a public event featuring the completed work which will be entered into the WMA Collection.