Cooperative of Photography


Take a Safari Through The Wild Concrete Jungle of Hong Kong

08.06.2016

French fine art photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagréze’s work is a reflection of the ever-growing megalopolis that is Hong Kong. Series such as The Blue Moment and Wild Concrete take the viewer on a photographic journey of the push and pull between man made architecture and the perseverance of nature within the realm of the concrete jungle. HK Neon Signs vs. The Old Shops creates a divergent form of image making that exposes just how quickly modernity has changed the streets of Hong Kong. As a whole the diversity of the series shows an over all picture of how beautiful this urban municipality really is. 

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Written by Rowynn Dumont


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