[虛擬博物館 VIRTUAL UMAG ] 東亞兩年:匈牙利醫生德索‧博佐奇1907-1909 的香港影像 Two Years in East Asia: Travelling in Hong Kong 1907–1909

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05/06/2020 (全日) - 31/12/2020 (全日)

[虛擬博物館] 東亞兩年:匈牙利醫生德索‧博佐奇1907-1909 的香港影像

為了更深入認識亞洲和親身體驗中國文化,匈牙利海軍軍醫德索‧博佐奇 (一八七一至一九五七) 在一九零零年代走訪亞洲,並將這段旅程記錄於一本迄今仍未出版的日記以及不計其數的攝影作品之中。時至今日,這些珍貴的視覺材料詳盡展現了香港的殖民城市歷史,及其世界聞名、熱鬧非凡的維多利亞港。

博佐奇那黑白底、手工著色的美麗照片,為我們呈現了一系列歷史文獻,使我們能夠追隨大師的腳步,逐漸深入認識這個城市熱鬧非凡的商城、文化交融的社會和繁茂的自然景觀。在一九零零年代初的布達佩斯,博佐奇的攝影為其家鄉同胞們展示了一個異域世界,其中蘊藏了無限的信息,對今日的我們而言依然如此。

本展覽曾於二零一六年十月廿六日至二零一七年一月八日於香港大學美術博物館馮平山樓展出。是次有關博佐奇攝影的展覽和出版項目獲得匈牙利駐港總領事館慷慨贊助,由本館與Györgyi Fajcsák博士及布達佩斯的費倫茨霍普亞洲藝術博物館聯攜手合辦。

請到此連結觀賞博物館首個德索‧博佐奇的舊香港網上攝影展:https://www.virtual.umag.hku.hk/two-years-in-east-asia-travel-tc

[VIRTUAL UMAG] Two Years in East Asia: Travelling in Hong Kong 1907–1909

Poised to learn more about Asia and to experience China firsthand, Hungarian naval doctor Dezső Bozóky (1871–1957) travelled to Asia during the first decade of the twentieth century, recorded his journey in an unpublished diary and photographed and self-developed hundreds of images that today present rare visual resources of the former colonial city and its world-famous Victoria Harbour.

Bozóky’s stunning black-and-white and hand-coloured photographs present historic documents that allow us to re-trace his steps, offering insights into the bustling merchant town, culturally mixed society and lush natural landscape that he encountered. Bozóky’s images displayed a foreign world to his compatriots at home where they formed a treasure trove of information in early 1900s Budapest, just as they do today.

The UMAG exhibition was originally displayed in the Fung Ping Shan Building from 26 Oct 2016–08 Jan 2017. The exhibition and publication of Dezső Bozóky’s photographs were generously supported by the Consulate General of Hungary in Hong Kong, in collaboration with Dr Györgyi Fajcsák and the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts.

Click this link to check out our first online show of Dezső Bozóky's photographs of old Hong Kong: https://www.virtual.umag.hku.hk/two-years-in-east-asia-travel-en

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