Almond Chu  (Herr)

Almond Chu
Almond Chu (Zhu Dehua), geboren in Hongkong, da aufgewachsen und vor Ort seit 1993 selbständiger Photograph sowie Künstler. Ausbildung in Tokio an der Hochschule für Photographie. Weltweite Ausstellungen und Repräsentationen in wichtigen Museen. Zahlreiche Preise im In- und Ausland.

Photographer/artist. Graduated from the Tokyo College of Photography. He sets up his own studio in 1993 and work on art and commercial projects.
He has been invited to exhibit his work in various countries such as Germany, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Denmark, USA, Canada, Russia, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Singapore and New Zealand. Besides, his work has been featured in numerous international publications. 
In 1993, he was awarded Agfa Fellowship Young Photographer Award by Asian Culture Council (branch of Rockefeller Foundation). In 2004, he was invited to be one of the prominent speakers of the Internationally Literary and Aesthetic Symposium organized by Bonn University and the Art & Exhibition Hall of Deutschland, Germany. In 2005, he founded the art photography organization pH5 Photo Group which focused in promoting art photography in Hong Kong. He is also the founder of Hong Kong International Photo Festival. In 2015, he has been nominated to Prix Pictet.
His works have been collected by The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia; M+ Museum, Hong Kong; Hong Kong Museum of Art; Hong Kong Heritage Museum; Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou; University Museum and Art Gallery of the University of Hong Kong; OCT Art & Design Gallery, Shenzhen; Osage Gallery, Lee Hysan Foundation, Deutsche Bank Collections; Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong; Mandarin Oriental Hotel Taipei; Hotel LKF; New World Development Co Ltd; Cathay Pacific Airways; Agfa-Gavert (HK) Ltd and private collectors including Collection Uhoda in Belgium and William Lim Living Collection in Hong Kong. 

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