› Thu, 21 Apr 2016
Chan Dick is honoured to be represented by The Cat Street Gallery.
If you’re interested in getting prints of the Chai Wan Fire Station 柴灣消房局 series, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Chan Dick’s prints will also be available at the Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong.
› Tue, 22 Mar 2016
Check out Chan Dick’s interview on RTHK’s TV program Artspiration.
› Wed, 24 Feb 2016
TV program RTHK’s The Works interviewed Chan Dick and featured some of his works in recent years.
› Wed, 09 Dec 2015
Thanks to Kevin WY Lee of Invisible Photographer Asia for selecting and featuring Chan Dick’s series Chai Wan Fire Station 柴灣消房局 at the Angkor Photo Festival this year, along with the works of other notable photographers from Hong Kong and Taiwan, including Chang Chao-Tang, Lam Yik Fei Photo Reportage, Paul Yeung, Terry Ng, Yun-Fei Tou 杜韻飛 (Chih-Kang Tou 杜志剛) and many more.
› Sun, 01 Nov 2015
Chan Dick’s latest photo series Chai Wan Fire Station 柴灣消房局 has been featured on:
› Mon, 05 Oct 2015
› Sun, 01 Feb 2015
Chan Dick is the Overall Champion of the Hong Kong Photo Book Awards this year. The series Chai Wan Fire Station 柴灣消房局 came to fruition by chance when he stumbled across the vantage point from a window in his workshop bathroom. Shot from an aerial perspective, the photographs record the daily occurrences within the Chai Wan fire station courtyard, from the firefighters’ physical training to volleyball games and guided student tours to equipment maintenance. The resulting images are minimalistic compositions that appear to be formations of toy figurines upon a geometric green square.
› Tue, 11 Nov 2014
Chan Dick’s photo series “CEMENT-ERY 面壁思過” capturing walls of an old building about to be demolished for redevelopment in Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, won an Honorable Mention in the Fine Art Abstract Category of the International Photography Awards (IPA) Competition.
› Mon, 10 Nov 2014
Chan Dick’s photo series “No Compromise 不妥協” featuring student activists won the overall third place in the professional editorial and political category of the International Photography Awards (IPA) Competition. He says though that seeing Hong Kong enjoying genuine democracy would make him much happier than winning any award.