Bill Kwok Tchui Bill Kwok Tchui, a native of Vietnam, is a self-taught artist who began photography at the age of 15, he worked as an assistant retouching photographs at his family studio. After the Fall of Saigon, he fled South Vietnam in 1978. He spent the next 8 months in a refugee camp on Pulau Tengah - an island of Malaysia. In April 1979, Bill immigrated to the United States, he honed his artist's skills with the retouching work at a prestigious studio in San Francisco.
As a Visual Hunter, Bill has traveled to 13 countries searching city walls for transformational photographic art that has been largely unseen. The focus of this exhibit will be on two cities, Berlin and New York with just a small fraction of the series photography. "Gas Girl" Berlin 2015 16"x20" Limited Edition Fine Art Print In addition, for the first time, Bill is showing two new abstract photography projects shot in the same cities entitled “5 Abstracts / 5 Pointz, Long
FRAGMENTS OF THE PAST The Argyrotype Images By Juliet Lai Our deteriorating past may quietly be captured in fragments by a shutter released during the moment of a photographer’s visual rapture. As they experience a tranquility in pigeons cooing, whistling winds, rustling leaves gliding across stone floors as shutters and doors bang against walls; the flap of torn vintage wallpapers or even a drizzling drip from dilapidated roofs, on occasion distant footsteps or voices breaki