Gallery by the Harbour will display a series of black & white ORIGINAL photographs taken by one of the most influential Japanese photographers, Shoji Ueda (1913-2000) over a series of decades. All of them are collector items from the Shoji Ueda Museum of Photography in Houki-cho. Shoji Ueda is famous for combining surrealist compositional elements with realistic depictions in his photographs. His conception of this art form was closely linked to his sense of humour, his highly aesthetic approach, and to his enormous curiosity about the small things of everyday life. This is the first time that these images have been exhibited in Hong Kong.