Hong Kong
International Photo
Festival Flare

29.1016.11.2016

Opening Hours
10002000
Venue
Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre

Hong Kong International Photo Festival Flare 2016
will be held in parallel with
World Press Photo 2016 exhibition

Hong Kong International Photo Festival Flare 2016 will be held in parallel with World Press Photo 2016 exhibition. For two consecutive weekends, besides the most anticipated Classic Camera Market and photo exhibitions, there will be a rooftop screening, and seminars on conservation ecology photography and advanced photo equipment. In addition, a series of classic film photography and processing workshops will be organised for an authentic taste of black and white film photography.

Participating Organisations
Supported by
Venue Support
Market

Hong Kong Classic Camera Fair

5.116.11.2016

Hong Kong Classic Camera Fair

5.116.11.2016

The most anticipated Hong Kong Classic Camera Fair continues its mission of promoting classic film photography and its culture. This year, visitors will be introduced to even greater choices of second-hand cameras with participating parties from all around the world. Camera accessories and films will also be on sale.

Venue
L1 Central Courtyard
Opening Hours
1000 2000
Exhibition

Lost Paradise —
Mongolia Photography

29.10 - 16.11.2016

Lost Paradise —
Mongolia Photography

29.10 - 16.11.2016

Mongolia is the second largest inland country with the lowest population density on Earth. This is where renowned astronomy photographer Mew Chu captured some of his most captivating images, but also where he explored ecology, archeology, astronomy and culture. This photography series is displayed in wall-sized light boxes. Together with a hologram video specifically produced for the exhibition, it immerses audience in the captivating Mongolian starry sky.

Venue
Venue L3 Common Area
Exhibition

Digiscoping of the Year by Swarovski Optik

29.1016.11.2016

Digiscoping of the Year by Swarovski Optik

29.1016.11.2016

Nature’s diversity and uniqueness never cease to inspire us. With more than 4,500 species of mammals and more than 9,900 species of bird worldwide, each is unique in their appearance and behaviour. In this exhibition, over 25 digiscoping works on mammals and birds are on display.

Venue
L7 Green Space
Exhibition

Asia Society Hong Kong Center —
Art Access Programme: Visioning in the Dark 

29.1016.11.2016

Asia Society Hong Kong Center —
Art Access Programme: Visioning in the Dark 

29.1016.11.2016

A pioneer programme invites visually impaired individuals to team up with amateur photographers to shoot and sequence photos at ASHK. This exhibition displays the final works from this programme.

Venue
Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Exhibition

Focus at the Frontline —
A Photojournalistic Account of 2015 Contest Exhibition

29.1016.11.2016

Focus at the Frontline —
A Photojournalistic Account of 2015 Contest Exhibition

This exhibition showcases award-winning entries of Focus at the Frontline 2015. These masterpieces by Hong Kong’s photojournalist offer an opportunity for the public to appreciate historically significant, news-worthy and artistically interesting works.

Venue
L5 Common Area & Multi Wall Banners
Photo of the Year
Yip Ka Ho, The Initium
Talk

Lost Paradise —
Mongolia Photography Talk

29.10.2016

Lost Paradise —
Mongolia Photography Talk

29.10.2016

Renowned astronomy and conservation ecology educator Mew Chu shares with us all her saw in his two-year adventure in Mongolia, from how urban development has affected ecology and conservation, to how he made use of 360 VR to capture the Milky Way in South Gobi Desert.

Venue
L1 Central Courtyard
Time
1400 1530
Talk

Swarovski Optik Special —
GPS Birding and Eco-conservation

30.10.2016

Swarovski Optik Special —
GPS Birding and Eco-conservation

30.10.2016

Terry Townshend, climate change activist and environmental conservationist from the UK, introduces Birding Beijing, his birding organisation, and its conservation studies of the Beijing swifts and Beijing cuckoos. He collects data via the GPS system to record the changes in the bird migration routes. His projects aim to raise public awareness on conservation ecology. The talk is followed by a book signing. Don’t miss out!

Venue
L1 Central Courtyard
Opening Hours
1400 1530
Screening

HKIPF × MOViE MOViE Openair Screening of
Anton Corbijn Inside Out

HKIPF × MOViE MOViE Openair Screening of
Anton Corbijn Inside Out

An intimate portrait of internationally renowned photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbijn. He made a name for himself with his black-and-white photographs of musicians such as Joy Division, U2, Nirvana and Björk. Here, we get access to the private life of this reclusive artist, and while the cameras are rolling, he undergoes a change. Corbin takes a break from working and his experiences during that time help him to discover a new side of photography. More upcoming event details will be announced in October. Stay tuned with us at www.hkipf.org.hk!

Workshop

Seminars and Workshops

5.116.11.2016

Seminars and Workshops

Six seminars on digital medium format, large format film and studio portrait lighting will be held over the weekend of 5 and 6 Nov. Participants will gain hands-on experience with advanced photography equipment and explore relevant skills. Four introductory classes on classic film photography and black and white film processing will also be held on the same weekend. Details of all seminars and workshops will be announced at www.hkipf.org.hk in early October. Stay tuned!