North Koreans are Crazy about 3D
People in North Korea have a fondness for 3D lenticular postcards and stereoscopic keepsakes, and they granted Slovenian photographer Matjaž Tančič rare access to create a series of 3D photographs of North Korean daily life.Showing at Pékin Fine Arts (Hong Kong) Nov 19th 2016 - Jan 27th 2017. Watch the "3DPRK: Photographing North Korea" video here under!
3DPRK: Photographing North Korea
The resulting series of portraits is the first time that local people from across the country have been photographed using a 3D stereoscopic technique. This landmark collection shows not only the relatively oft-photographed citizens of Pyongyang – North Korea’s showcase capital – but also those toiling in the fields of the co-operative farms, those living in Hamhung (North Korea’s second largest city) and those working in factories and steelworks across the country.
Visit The Exhibition
Pékin Fine Arts (Hong Kong) are showing the works from November 19th to January 7th, 2017.
Contact the gallery on: Tel: (852) 2177 6190