Saskia Wesseling 'An invitation, Hong Kong'


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Finding glamour in the unglamorous was a photo exhibition in Hong Kong made by the Dutch photographer Saskia Wesseling. The photos in this series show gems in neglected alleys and it gives a refreshing idea on glamour and beauty. Photographer Saskia Wesseling allowed her senses to tune into the raw rhythms and patterns she encounters in the city - art in the boldness of ordinary things. 
Wesseling’s photos have been used to tell a stories in amongst others for the National Geographic Traveller and the South China Morning Post. 
Saskia Wesseling, 47 years old, moved back to Amsterdam this summer from Asia after living abroad for almost 13 years. 


An invitation, Hong Kong

The stairs invite you to take the adventure to discover and explore beyond the appealing facade. Where do the stair lead you to? I have lived in China and Hong Kong for many years and I have captured the beauty within the chaos. At first Hong Kong seems like a city with on one side fancy high rise building and on the other neglected alleys and forgotten streets corners. When I went deeper into the soul of the city I found the glamour in the unglamorous and I enjoyed the raw rhythms of the city. 


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