Admiralty, Hong Kong Island: June 16, 2019
Protestors lay white flowers, the Cantonese symbol of death, as part of a protest against police brutality. Violence between police and protestors had escalated since the start of the protest movement in June, with many accusing the police of abusing their power, resulting in excessive use of force, indiscriminate brutality, and arbitrary arrest.

Kiran Ridley

Print Size: 300x200 mm
Frame Size: 360x260 mm
Paper Type: Felix Schoeller True Rag Smooth Matt 310
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS TW 73 45

 

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Admiralty, Hong Kong Island: June 16, 2019


Protestors lay white flowers, the Cantonese symbol of death, as part of a protest against police brutality. Violence between police and protestors had escalated since the start of the protest movement in June, with many accusing the police of abusing their power, resulting in excessive use of force, indiscriminate brutality, and arbitrary arrest.

Photographer:
Kiran Ridley


Print Size: 300x200 mm

Frame Size: 360x260 mm

Exhibit: POS TW 73 45

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Printed on Epson SureColor P9000