Habitat x Verónica Sanchis "Sai Kung Seascapes" Exhibition
As part of Habitat's ongoing series of curated experiences across Lifestyle, Hong Kong property News and Artistic collaborations, we are delighted to showcase an exclusive Photographic exhibition 'Sai Kung Seascapes' by Verónica Sanchis, to coincide with our newly opened Southside office in Stanley.
Sai Kung Seascapes features the beautiful and often dramatic landscapes of Hong Kong...
"I was excited to take on this project and point my camera away from the urban landscape to the sea and appreciate the other side of what Hong Kong has to offer: water, islands and their dramatic rock formations, all glimmering in the beautiful Sai Kung light...
Photographing the sweeping views and rock island formations whilst at sea, gave an even more unique perspective." - Verónica Sanchis
The collection comprises a series of 10 distinctive images, all available for sale in limited edition prints, framed or unframed.
Our new Stanley office has a selection of these spectacular images on display so please pop in for a coffee to view!
Address: LG/F, 80 Stanley Village Road, Stanley. Open in Google Map
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9:30am-6:30pm, Weekends & Public Holidays by appointment.
Price for Framed: $30,000
(H127cm X W181.5cm)
Price for Unframed: $25,000
(H109cm X W163.5cm)
About Verónica Sanchis
Verónica Sanchis is a Spanish-Venezuelan photographer based in Hong Kong since 2016. Arriving from New York, she joined Habitat as in-house photographer in 2019.
Verónica has always been fascinated by the diversity and juxtaposition of Hong Kong’s natural and urban landscapes. From shooting travel guides to freelance projects covering portraits, culture and lifestyle stories for multiple international media outlets; Bloomberg, AFP, Monocle magazine (UK), Fortune (USA), Nature, International journal of science (UK), Helsingin Sanomat (Finland), she has always discovered new gems and perspectives.
With a BA Photojournalism at University of Wales Trinity Saint David in Swansea, Wales, she was nominated for The Guardian Student’s Media Awards, Photographer of the Year and the Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales Photographic Portrait Commission.