Sean Lee-Davies’ "Love is Wild" Exhibition Opens at Liang Yi Museum
The avid photographers new exhibit showcases the beauty of the planet’s most iconic creatures in an effort to combat the rise of illegal poaching and the destruction of their natural habitat
Love is Wild is a touring fine art exhibition at Liang Yi Museum presented by the founder of Project C:Change, Sean Lee-Davies. Exhibiting his photography in aid of endangered species of wildlife and ecosystems, the exhibit features some of Hong Kong’s most well known faces photographed up close and personal with some of the planet’s most iconic wild creatures. Proceeds from the sale of the prints will go to participating charities who are on the ground working to combat illegal poaching and the destruction of the animal’s natural habitat.
Highlighting the plight of the ivory trade that is still prevalent throughout the region, with an alarming 35,000 elephants being killed every year in Africa for their ivory, Hong Kong continues to be a major hub for the illegal ivory trade, with Hong Kong having more elephant ivory items on sale than any other surveyed city in the world, according to the Kenya-based NGO, Save the Elephants.
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Love is Wild
Date: November 12 to 17, 2015
Time: Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00am to 6:00pm
Venue: Liang Yi Museum, 181-199 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan
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