Anthony Wallace (“Opposing Views”) and Nicole Tung (“The Protesters”) exhibit their photographs at Visa pour Image. They have both decided to cover the protests in Hong Kong and offer two views of one of the biggest pro-democracy events of recent years. It’s one of the highlights of 2019. In Hong Kong, people took to the streets to protest against a bill of extradition to mainland China. The protests were violently repressed by the pro-Beijing security forces. At Visa pour l’Image, this current event is given a double treatment: the photographers Anthony Wallace (exhibited at the Couvent des Minimes) and Nicole...
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