Boogie Woogie Photography is a company founded by Vanessa Franklin and Xavier Mahe in Hong Kong in 2016 to promote photography in Asia. It is named after Piet Mondrian’s painting Broadway Boogie Woogie (1942-43) and the blues dance music of which he was so found.
The launch of Boogie Woogie Photography responds to the growing interest for artistic photographic prints in Asia. Collectors, galleries, and museums are now increasingly promoting photographic works and the artists who produce them. Boogie Woogie Photography’s mission is to act as a platform for galleries, collectors, companies, and photographers aiming to develop photography projects in Hong Kong and Asia.
Boogie Woogie Photography represents photographers, organises exhibitions as curators or producers and advises collectors.
Since 2016, the leading Asian antique and art fair Fine Art Asia dedicates an exhibition space to Photography and brings together a selection of Hong Kong and overseas galleries selected by Boogie Woogie Photography.