Chan Dick loved to draw at a young age. He went on to study graphic design, and first began involved in photography when given his graduation assignment. As a still-life and architectural photographer, he is devoted to creating personal works, often touching on social issues and everyday life discoveries. He has held 7 solo photography exhibitions to date.

While fascinated by simple lines and minimalistic compositions, Chan Dick’s works tend to embark on the ambiguous attraction between reality and illusion. This is best shown by his series “Chai Wan Fire Station”, which earned him first prizes respectively at the Tokyo International Foto Awards in 2016, and the Hong Kong Photo Book Awards in 2015. During 2017 and 2018, this series was exhibited in Japan, the Netherlands and Hong Kong, and was collected by the Hong Kong Heritage Museum and Japan’s Irie Taikichi Memorial Museum of Photography Nara City.

Chan Dick’s other notable projects include “No Compromise”, which documented Hong Kong student activists, and “Dismayland”, which explored a kind of absurdity that exists in modern cities. Both series won in the International Photography Awards (IPA). His other works have also been exhibited at international photography festivals in Cambodia and Pingyao of China. 


陳的著迷簡潔的構圖,作品總是表現出介乎真實與虛幻之間曖昧不明的吸引力,其《柴灣消防局》系列便是他近年的代表作,分別獲得 2016 東京國際攝影大賽的專業藝術攝影集首獎,以及 2015 香港攝影集比賽冠軍。2017 至 2018年期間,這系列分別在日本、荷蘭及香港展出,及被香港文化博物館和日本奈良美術館收藏。

此外,一套紀錄香港學生社會運動的作品《不妥協》及另一套拍攝荒謬城市面貌的 《Dismayland》分別贏得了國際攝影大獎 International Photography Awards (IPA) 的專業界別獎。其他作品亦曾於柬埔寨及中國平遙的國際攝影展展出。

Solo exhibitions


  • Chai Wan Fire Station, Novalis Art Design Gallery, Hong Kong
  • Chai Wan Fire Station, Case Publishing, Tokyo, Japan


  • Chai Wan Fire Station, Mirage Gallery, Kobe, Japan
  • Chai Wan Fire Station, Case Rotterdam, Netherlands


  • Escapers, Canon Pro Solution Hub, Hong Kong
  • Brick by Brick, Habitat for Humanity Exhibition, Guangdong, China


  • War, Culture Club, Hong Kong

Selected Group Exhibitions


  • Re-enter, ArtTravellers Series, Art Promotion Office, Hong Kong Government
  • Chai Wan Fire Station, Unseen Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Chai Wan Fire Station, Irie Taikichi Memorial Museum of Photography Nara City, Japan 
  • Chai Wan Fire Station (the photobook), Art Basel Hong Kong, Old Bailey Galleries
  • Fifty Years, Here is Zine・Here is ShenZhen, ShenZhen, China


  • Afterglow, Hong Kong International Photo Festival 
  • Chai Wan Fire Station, Mt. Rokko International Photo Festival, Japan
  • Fifty Years, Here is Zine・Here is Hong Kong, PMQ, Hong Kong


  • Chai Wan Fire Station, Angkor Photo Festival


  • War, Pingyao International Photo Festival
  • Remnant, Children's Grief Awareness Project - Expressive Arts Exhibition, JCCAC

Selected Awards


The Trek, International Photography Awards (IPA) 

— Overall 3rd place in the Professional Book: Nature Category
— Honorable Mention in Fine Art: Abstract (Professional) Category


Disqualified, International Photography Awards (IPA) — Honorable Mention in the Editorial: Political (Professional) Category


Chai Wan Fire Station, Tokyo International Foto Awards 

— 1st Place in Book: Fine Art (Professional) Category
— Honorable Mention in Book: Documentary (Professional) Category


Chai Wan Fire Station, Hong Kong Photo Book Awards — Champion


No Compromise, International Photography Awards (IPA) — Overall 3rd place in the Editorial Political (Professional) Category


Requiem, Global Design Awards (HKDA) — Excellence in Non-Commercial Photography


  • Hong Kong Heritage Museum
  • Irie Taikichi Memorial Museum of Photography Nara City, Japan


  • The Trek, Brownie Publishing (Hong Kong), 2017
  • Chai Wan Fire Station, Case Publishing (Japan), 2017
  • Chai Wan Fire Station, Asia One (Hong Kong), 2016