Aishonanzuka lies on Mee Lun Street, Central, Hong Kong. It is a collaboration between Japanese galleries, Aisho Miura Arts and Nanzuka started from May 2013. It features works of artists like Yoshihiro Kikuchi, Yuichi Yokoyama, Hajime Sorayama and many others.
AfricArt Gallery lies on 41 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Opened in 2018, the gallery aims to "exhibit, promote and represent young and established African artists on the Asian art scene". It features works of artists like Aza Monsongi, Mulala Landry, Jonathan Vatunga. It is the only gallery in Hong Kong which showcases African art.
Bamboo scenes is a photography gallery on 13 Fuk Sau Ln, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong. An exhibition titled “ Hong Kong Perspectives”, showcases city life-its streets and architecture. Unique wall art by Hong Kong-based photographers is sold at affordable prices, and 10% of profits are donated to the charity organization, ImpactHK, which works for the underprivileged and homeless.
Blindspot Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. It includes varied media in contemporary art, although it had started with a focus on contemporary photography and image-based art. It features works of upcoming and established artists like Chen Wei, Isaac Chong Wai, Angela Su and others.
Blue Lotus Gallery lies on Pound Lane, in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong. It focuses on Hong Kong’s culture and identity through works on paper and photography by artists like Michael Wolf, Fan Ho, Wing Shya and others. Prints, photo books and postcards are available for sale. Established in 2007, this is the first photography gallery in Hong Kong. It regularly organizes workshops, exhibitions, book launches and talks.
Carré d'artistes, a contemporary art gallery, lies on Hollywood Road, in Central, Hong Kong. It comes under the Carré d'artistes gallery network, which is primarily influenced by French culture and has galleries in many countries. It offers quality artworks at reasonable prices and provides artists with worldwide visibility. Carré d'artistes, Hong Kong has featured works of Anna Salenko, Daniel Castan, Naen and others.
Cattle Depot Artists Village lies on Ma Tau Kok Rd in To Kwa Wan, Hong Kong. It was formerly a quarantine base and slaughterhouse before it was converted into a local art community in 2001. It is home to Videotage, the UNESCO listed media art organization, On and On theatre workshop, the art gallery 1a Space and the studio of Frog King.
de Sarthe gallery lies in the Global Trade Square on Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong. de Sarthe was originally founded in Paris in 1977 and later shifted to Hong Kong. The gallery features contemporary Asian artists like Double Fly Art Center, Liang Ban, Lin Jingjing and many others. Historically important art from both Asian and Western artists also honours the gallery.
Empty Gallery lies on Yue Fung Street in Tin Wan, Hong Kong. It features artists like Xavier Cha, Amit Desai, Jes Fan, James T. Hong and others. It is a black-cube space which is dedicated to both emerging and established artists. It also features multimedia commissions, performances and music. Empty Gallery presents art in a radically different way.
H Queen’s lies on 80 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong. It is a 24 storey building comprising art galleries, restaurant and retail. The exterior of the building featured work by 10 Hong Kong artists like Frog King and Lam Tung-pang in 2016. It has also featured large-scale digital art by teamLab, İnci Eviner, Zhao Zhao and Sputniko! In 2017.
The La Galerie Paris 1839 was opened by Marie Florence Gros and Cyril Delettre. It focuses on high standard art photography and prints. It features works of emerging as well as established artists. Chou Ching-hui, Isabelle Chapuis, Almond Chu are some artists that have been featured. Recent exhibitions include “Conte d’hiver, Conte d’été” by Catherine Henriette.
M+ Pavilion is located in the West Kowloon Cultural District. It aims to showcase visual art, design and architecture. The glass-clad building which cantilevers out from a hillside will draw your attention for its innovative architecture. The large windows and winding terrace offer views of the Hong Kong Island skyline and Victoria Harbour. It serves to display the expanding modern art section of Hong Kong.
Over the Influence Gallery lies on Hollywood Road in Central, Hong Kong. It features artists who question accepted studio practices and encourage programs which have an intersection of contemporary art, architecture, design, music, fashion and other forms of visual expression. If you are looking for a gallery with radical and experimental art in a variety of medium, Over The Influence Gallery is for you.
Form Society is located in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. It serves as a workshop and repair centre of sorts and focuses on local artists who offer workshops and hold exhibitions of illustrations, multimedia and animation works. The Form Society believes in sustainability and discourages fast consumerism. The 1300 square feet place is divided into five main areas, which include a collaboration space and a multipurpose exhibition area.
Para Site is located in Quarry Bay, Hong Kong. It is a leading contemporary art space which creates exhibitions, publications and educational projects. The non-profit space showcases both local and international art and regularly holds seminars, guest talks and workshops too. Its residency programme has featured artists like Mircea Cantor, Abraham Cruzvilllegas, Mihaela Dragan and others.
Perrotion, Hong Kong was initially located in Connaught Road Central but has now decided to shift to Kowloon. Opened in May 2012, the gallery features artists like Klara Kristalova, Madsaki, Johan Creten and others. The gallery aims to offer vibrant and creative environments for artists to work and regularly holds talks, exhibitions and also has many podcasts.
Puerta Roja lies on Pedder Street, in Central, Hong Kong. It focuses on emerging and established contemporary Latin American and Spanish artists in Asia-Pacific. It has represented artists like Carlos Cruz-Diez, Fernando Prats, Ventoso and others. “Visions in Motion” and ”Nature Paintings” have been some of the past exhibitions. Puerta Roja also has an art gallery based in Mexico.
Rossi and Rossi lie on Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. The gallery is known for being a dealer in Indian, Himalayan and Southeast Asian antique art. It also holds exhibitions for contemporary Asian artists especially for those belonging to Tibet. It has played a significant role in pioneering shows like Tradition Transformed at the Rubin Museum of Art, New York.
Tai Kwun serves as the centre pertaining to all things art and heritage. Located at 10 Hollywood Road, Central Hong Kong and housed in the renovated Central Police Station compound, it is a place to gather information and appreciate art while understanding the history of the people of Hong Kong. Visitors are pleased to embark on an interactive tour where they get to learn about the unique heritage of the city via storytelling sessions.
White Cube,a contemporary art gallery, lies on Connaught Road Central in Central, Hong Kong. Spread over 6000 square feet, it is the first of White Cube’s galleries to be located outside of the UK. Exhibitions by Cerith Wyn Evans, Chuck Close, Al Held, Harland Miller, Ellen Altfest and others have been held.
Hanart TZ Gallery lies on Pedder Street in Hong Kong. It aims to showcase new contemporary Chinese art in Asia and internationally. The gallery has played an important role in pioneering exhibitions like The Stars 10 Years (1989) and China’s New Art Post-1989 (1993, toured until 1998), and Power of the Word (1999, toured until 2002).
10 Chancery Lane is situated in the heart of the Central district, Hong Kong. Opened in 2001, the gallery features works of both established and emerging artists. It aims to open minds and expand horizons through art, which it believes to be a reflection of our soul and the world around us. It features artists like Atul Dodiya, Cang Xin, Chan Dany and many others.
A2Z Art Gallery is situated on Gough Street in Central, Hong Kong. It has featured artists like Engku Iman, Bu Hua, Ann Grim and others. Previous exhibitions include Universe, Stardust, 10 years already! and many more. The gallery seeks to encourage contemporary art in the local and international context of Hong Kong.
Art Supermarket lies in the heart of the Central district on Staunton Street. It is said to be one of the forward-looking contributors to the art scene in Hong Kong. The gallery exhibits works of both Asian and Western contemporary artists. Its artists include Stoul from France, Wu Jie from China, Hyunk-jin Lee from South Korea and others.
Edouard Malingue, a contemporary art gallery, lies on Des Voeux Road in the Central district of Hong Kong. Artists like Eric Boudart, He Yida and Phillip Lai are a part of this gallery. The artists combine aesthetic concern with conceptual enquiry. Since its inception in 2010, the gallery has hosted more than 80 exhibitions internationally.
Galarie du Monde lies in Ruttonjee House of the Central district in Hong Kong. The gallery specializes in modern and contemporary works by internationally recognized Chinese artists. It focuses on the mediums of canvas, paper, sculpture, photography and new media. Artists like Juan Ford, Crystal Liu, Stella Zhang are a part of the gallery.
Opera Gallery lies on Wyndham Street in the Central district of Hong Kong. It is a leading representative and international dealer in modern and contemporary art. It has galleries in key locations like Miami, New York and others. The Opera Gallery holds and exhibits works of masters like Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Pierre Soulages. It frequently collaborates with art centres, foundations and museums from all over the world.
Sansiao Gallery lies in the heart of the Central district on Wyndham Street. It is a contemporary art gallery which showcases rare and distinctive art regardless of the popularity of the artist. The Sansiao Gallery, Hong Kong participates in several international art fairs and the international art market. Artists like Ryoko Kaneta, Sumiko Iwaoka and Taku Hisamura have been featured here.
Saamlung, a contemporary art space, is situated on the top floor of Two Chinachem Plaza on Des Voeux Road. Saamlung focuses on solo and group theme-based exhibitions by “sharp, conceptual artists” who are on the brink of their first museum exhibit. The museum has featured exhibits by Hong Kong’s João Vasco Paiva and New York artist Charles LaBelle.
FEAST Projects is based in Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong. It focuses on creating unique art by collaborating with established and emerging artists all over the world. The artists usually work in classical mediums although the gallery has also begun experimentation in music, performance, film and design. The gallery also collaborated with artist Rashaad Newsome for the inaugural of its second space in Hong Kong.
Tang Contemporary Art is located on Queen Street in the Central district of Hong Kong. It aims to promote Contemporary Chinese art through critical projects and exhibitions. It represents Chinese artists like Ai Weiwei, Huang Yongping, Shen Yuan, and Wang Du. Its past exhibitions include Feng Yan Solo Exhibition, Echo among Geographies. It has participated in several art fairs like Art Genève 2020.
Lehmann Maupin lies in Pedder Building in Central, Hong Kong. It showcases a diverse range of contemporary artists and estates from all over the world. Artists like Helen Pashgian, Jennifer Steinkamp and Mandy El-Sayegh have presented exhibits in this gallery. The gallery, founded in New York in 1996, opened its first international exhibition space in Hong Kong.
Whitestone Art Gallery lies on Queen’s Road in the Central District of Hong Kong. The gallery aims to showcase Japanese talent to the world as well as promoting innovations in the conventional Japanese market. Artists like Takesada Matsutani, Rakuko Naito, Shinro Ohtake and Chris Succo have presented exhibitions here. It has also participated in several international art fairs like Sydney Contemporary 2019.
Gagosian art gallery, a modern and contemporary gallery, lies in Pedder building in Central district, Hong Kong. It represents important living artists like Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami and others. It represents estates of legends like Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol and others. Gagosian opened its 11th global location and first in Asia in Hong Kong in January 2011.