Photographer Taylor Curry explores the unusual compositions of Hong Kong

Date
16 May 2013
Reading Time
1 minute read

Seeing that most people go gallivanting around the world these days – and will definitely have a camera on them – travel photography has been exhausted by the Taj Mahal or the typical ‘holding up the Tower of Pisa’ pose (thank you Martin Parr). It’s rare that you come across photographs that really capture a place in an unseen light, but it is here that Taylor Curry and his photographs of Hong Kong really excel. Instead of photographing the usual landmarks, Taylor seeks out the unconventional areas around the city and captures a place where the people and culture are far more interesting than the architectural monuments themselves.

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Taylor Curry: Expat: Hong Kong

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Taylor Curry: Expat: Hong Kong

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Taylor Curry: Expat: Hong Kong

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Taylor Curry: Expat: Hong Kong

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Taylor Curry: Expat: Hong Kong

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Taylor Curry: Expat: Hong Kong

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