Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., October 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Artist Statement: "I believe that the best photography for me happens without a script. It is more like a random act of shooting and thinking on the spot, than a well planned, manufactured set of ideas. The sculptor Andy Goldsworthy demonstrated this by throwing tree branches into the air and photographing their high point of potential energy. This is how I photographed Loren Tam. One set of images was shot in my Chai Wan studio, resulted in pensive yet revealing photographs filled with tension and sensuality. The second session was in a modern studio flat in Causeway Bay. Loren emanates a disposition in character that is intriguing and semi-erotic. Unabashed and confident, he possesses an external beauty that oozes sexuality and Asian masculinity. I have selected a total of 12 photographs that demonstrate the unique chemistry of photographer and model, of voyeur and exhibitionist. Loren is cool on the inside; hot on the outside."
Limited Edition Prints
All artwork will be on sale as signed limited edition prints.
Friday, October 18, 2013, 7 – 10pm
October 19 - November 16, 2013. By appointment only.
Studio 8 Hong Kong
Room 809, 8/F, Hong Kong Chai Wan Industrial Building,
26 Lee Chung Street, Chai Wan, Hong Kong
T. +852 25406267 M. +852 68388948
About the Artist
Norm Yip, originally from Canada, moved to Hong Kong to work as an architect. In 2000, he made the decision to become a photographer and artist. Norm’s work has appeared in HK Magazine, WHERE, Global Investor and American Express’ Centurion magazine. Celebrities he has photographed include Zhang Yimou, Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, Destiny’s Child and Korean pop-star Rain. Norm is recognised for his fine art photographs of beautiful and sensuous Asian males, where his work has been featured in ’2Blue’ and ‘Dreamboys 2′, both special edition of Blue magazine, known for its excellence in fine art male photography. His photography of Asian men has been subject to thesis graduate work in RMIT (Australia) for it’s cultural impact sociologically and culturally.
Norm Yip is available for interviews. Please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or at +852 68388948.