Collaboration


The Hong Kong Photobook Festival would like to thank and acknowledge our programme partners, our sponsor EPSON Hong Kong and  Polytrade Paper, for their support and contribution.

  • Goethe Institut

    Goethe Institut

  • Stuttgart Media University

    Stuttgart Media University

  • German Photobook Prize

    Founded  in  1975,  the  German  Photobook  Prize  is  a  competition  in  which  the  jury  awards  the  best  photobooks  in  German-speaking  countries.  The  award  honours  special  achievement  by  authors,  photographers and publishers in the photobook sector.

  • Fotobookfestival Kassel

    The Fotobookfestival Kassel is a charitable foundation that has been engaged with the artistic medium  of  the  photobook  and  has  presented  it  in  all  its  facets  since  2008.  It  was  the  first  festival  of  its  kind  dedicated  to  the  photographic  book  and  has  founded  two  novel  book  awards:  The  KASSEL  DUMMY  AWARD  for  the  best  photobook  mock-up  of  the  year  has  awarded  emerging  talents  a  complete  photobook-production since 2010.

  • ESPON

    Epson is a global imaging and innovation leader whose product lineup  ranges  from inkjet printers,  projectors, sensors and other micro devices. Established in 1980, Epson Hong Kong Limited (formerly Epson  Electronics  Trading  Limited)  is  responsible for  sales,  marketing  and  services  in  Hong  Kong,  Macau  and  Mongolia. Epson aspires to be an indispensable company, trusted throughout the world for our commitment  to  openness,  customer  satisfaction and  sustainability. We  respect individuality while  promoting  teamwork  and are committed to delivering unique value through innovative and creative solutions.

  • Polytrade Paper

    Polytrade Paper has been a trusted supplier of quality imported paper since 1977. 

    We  are  dedicated  to  upholding  our  reputation  as a professional  paper  advisor to  designers,  printers  and  corporates. 

    Polytrade Paper is  the  first company in Hong Kong  to be FSC™-CoC certified and Carbon Neutral  (PAS2060  standard). Most  of  our  papers  are made  from  recycled  materials,  FSC™  certified  or  low  carbon  made,  produced by renowned and sustainable mills from all over the world. 

    The  expertise,  focus,  breakthroughs  and  expansion  gained  in  the  past 44 years  is  part  of  our  culture  and  foundation that enables  us to  do  even  better  as  we  capture  new  opportunities  for  future  growth  and  success.