France-China Heritage, Tradition and Modernity Exhibition at YellowKorner Gallery

By Roxanne  /  June 5, 2014

Parisian based gallery YellowKorner  is holding an exhibition called the FRANCE-CHINA, Heritage, Tradition and Modernity as part of  Le French May art and cultural program celebrating 50 years anniversary of relationship between France and China.

The exhibition aims to discover how French and Chinese visions have been transformed over the years though the eyes of the most influential French and Chinese photographers and artist including David Hamilton, Eugène Atget, George Hoyningen-Huene, Horst P. Horst, Jean Dieuzaide, and Nadar and Chinese artist, Yang Bin.

The exhibition features some of the oldest photographs from the Paris Universal exhibition in the 1900s. Check out rare colour photos of the Grand Palais in 1904 and breathtaking shots of the Eiffel tower by Leon & Levy, as well as its most contemporary prints, such as the very modern Centre Pompidou captured in a superimposed style by the French photographer Laurent Dequick.


  • Date: now till 9 June 2014
  • Exhibition gallery 1-3, central library, 66 Causeway road, Causeway Bay.
  • For more information visit Le French May

‘Police Woman’ by Eric Laforgue


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