Art Galleries in Hong Kong

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Art Galleries in Hong Kong

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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,737 contributions
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    The former Police Married Quarter (PMQ) in Central was restored and repurposed as a creative and design focused shopping venue in Central back in 2014. You won't find the typical luxury and international brand name shops here However. This is a social project whereby affordable space has been set aside for local entrepreneurs, seeking to showcase and grow their businesses as art courses, galleries, lifestyle and consumable products, clothing, fashion, jewellery and all manner of creative shops. There are a couple of casual eateries and coffee shops as well.

    In short, if you want to see local Hong Kong brands, there are around 100 small shops that line the floors at PMQ. There are also large scale seasonal decorations along with occasional exhibitions and events that have made for interesting experiences and reasons to visit PMQ over the years. You'll find PMQ along Aberdeen Street in Central. Shops have respective opening hours but are generally open from late morning until evening each day. The venue can be a bit crowded during midday weekends and public holidays but is usually far less crowded than our higher end malls.
    Written 28 December 2022
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  • Gloria Wong
    Hong Kong Island, China182 contributions
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    Can’t believe there are lots of newly opened cafe in the Mills!! Had a quick Aussie lunch @ Fleur Hong Kong located just opposite to the performance area🥰

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    🌟Avo lover $128
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    🌟Fish lover $138
    (Grilled miso salmon, Risotto hash, Pickled mushroom, Green salad, Miso sauce, Edible flowers)

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    🌟Fleur lover $128
    (Hot cake, Mascarpone cream, Mixed french fruits & berries, Nuts, Organic maple syrup, Edible flowers)
    *Meal preparation time: 20 mins

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    🌟Velvet Latte $42
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    Written 17 December 2020
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  • schmidtmg
    Switzerland1,090 contributions
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    First time I went to the Asia Society's exhibition center , on the Asia Society premises close to Pacific Place and the Shangri-La hotel. Very nice and quiet exhibition pavillion with changing exhibits; there is no entrance charge I visited the exhibit "Fusion", a joint venture organized during the pandemic form 2020 to 2022 by a French -Hong Kong couple of sculptors who bought an old sawmill in Tuscany an operate their sculpture studio there. The exhibit features about 30 works of art and sculptures made out of Italian marble (executed by Italian artists)and wood (executed by Hong Kong artists). Well worth visiting..
    Written 1 May 2023
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,737 contributions
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    The Jao Tsung-I Academy is a hillside compound of heritage buildings along Castle Peak Road in Lai Chi Kok that were revitalised by the HK Institute for Promotion of Chinese Culture (HKIPCC) and named after the late prominent scholar Jao Tsung-I.

    The academy was opened to the public in phases between 2012-14 and now features three hillside levels of Grade 3 protected historic buildings that function as a museum with exhibition galleries, activity centre, restaurant, coffee shop and even a hotel. The outdoor grounds are open from 8am to 10pm daily, exhibition halls are open from 10am to 6pm daily. No entry fee required.

    The lower level is where you find the Main Gallery which is a testimony to the life and scholarly works of Jao Tsung-I. There is also a Heritage Hall where you can learn about the history of the area and buildings which date back to the late 19th century when a Qing Dynasty Customs house was located here. Later buildings, including those you see today, served as a labourers' quarters, prison, quarantine station, infectious disease hospital and lastly a psychiatric rehab centre which was eventually closed in 2004. There is a statue of Jao Tsung-I and a small but beautiful lotus pond here.

    The second level is where you find a series of buildings including another exhibition hall, presently presenting information about Chinese language characters, activity rooms, Hope of Joy restaurant and Coffeeflow. Continuing to the third level, you will find the Heritage Lodge. There are public toilets on each level as well as a series of lifts for those unable to walk up the stairs between levels and guests of the hotel with luggage.
    Written 11 May 2022
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,737 contributions
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    Oi! is a public art space project that makes use of the old Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, a Grade II historic building and protected heritage attraction on Electric Road in the Fortress Hill neighbourhood of North Point. It is open from 2pm to 8pm (Mon) and 10am to 8pm (Tues - Sun) and entry is free.

    There are 3-4 exhibition halls in use at Oi! most of the time as well as outdoor areas that can be enjoyed. Recently, I visited to see exhibitions presently being held and was particularly impressed with the digital installation and immersive experience of the "Hush-Rush" exhibition by local artist Choi Sai-ho.

    There are two installations, one an entire room which the floor displaying a continuous tide rolling up on a beachfront along with the sounds of crashing waves. This is really neat for children and adults alike. The second work is a dark room with a visual representation of flying through a digital urban landscape, quickly making your way through the city with various bird's eye vantage points. This too is a very unique installation worth spending a few minutes to enjoy.

    The outdoor sections of Oi! make for good space for the little ones to run around. There are chairs put out by the outdoor Art Screen as well. I enjoyed watching the series of animations of nature, street cars and boats being casted on the day of my visit.

    Overall, the rotation of exhibitions this year have been pretty good at Oi! They are doing a nice job of working with local and mainland artists and offering good art experiences for those looking for things to do for half an hour or so in the Fortress Hill and North Point area.
    Written 6 July 2023
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  • HK Living
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    Awesome little gallery with a great cafe next door. Fantastic collection of local artists lends a great sense of authenticity, a perfect little slice of Hong Kong!
    Written 8 April 2019
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  • Fredric John
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates848 contributions
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    This structure stands out in the middle of central Hong Kong. It was a part of the old Victoria Prison vicinity. We explored JC Contemporary because of the walking tour that I joined and it’s a part of our itinerary.

    There are museums about how the prison looks like back in the day with interactive things to do. It is also free to visit the area.
    Written 24 November 2023
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,737 contributions
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    The Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC) is a large scale social project in Shek Kep Mei whereby a 9 storey factory estate was restored and repurposed into a multi-disciplinary arts centre, similar but much larger in scale to what can be found at the Cattle Depot Artist Village at Ma Tau Kok.

    For the most part the JCCAC was closed down during the pandemic but there have been far more events, courses and the likes taking place there in recent months as Hong Kong has reopened its public and government run facilities around the city.

    It takes some research to find activities and studios here suitable and convenient for tourists to visit and take part in. You can browse through the JCCAC website if interested. What visitors can do that is accessible are the coffee shop called Cafe Golden and the delightful Heritage Tea House. These are open daily.

    JCCAC is located on Pak Tin Street and is around an 8-10 minute walk from the Shek Kip Mei MTR Station.
    Written 27 December 2022
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,737 contributions
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    This is a modern and contemporary art gallery with showrooms in various cities around the world including this place on the ground floor of The Galleria in Central. Opening hours are from 10am to 7pm (Mon to Sat), closed on Sundays.

    You can visit the international Opera Gallery website to see what exhibitions are slated for the Hong Kong branch. If attending our annual art fairs like Art Central, you'll also find Opera Gallery with showcasing artworks there.
    Written 11 October 2022
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  • Stephanie Tam
    Hong Kong, China1 contribution
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    I guess my parents would love the architecture. Since I became a jewellery designer, the outsiders think that they will try to take pictures.
    Written 16 July 2022
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  • TheOExpress🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇭🇰
    Hong Kong, China5,834 contributions
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    ...which is on until November, is definitely worth seeing. No pics allowed inside but this exhibition has some truly beautiful paintings. Absolutely free to see and, if you’re absurdly rich, then you can afford to buy some of it in the upcoming auction too I would have thought.
    Written 12 October 2019
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  • mariasU6363KJ
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    I have been Here a few times with my husband. At first, my husband was not an art fan at all, but the relaxing atmosphere made him love it. He can Express himself through GREAT guidance of teachers Here. Also release pressure from work and develop his creativity.

    The atmosphere is relaxing because the place is. Neat and tidy, you will see lots of master pieces hanged around and people around you would appreciate those together. Also teachers Have GREAT patience.

    The price is reasonable. And the location was not hard to find, nearby admiralty mtr station.
    Written 31 May 2014
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,737 contributions
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    H Queens is an elegantly designed building on Queen's Road in Central which is 24-stories in height. A handful of art galleries a found at H Queens. You will also find 8-9 restaurants as well as a rooftop bar called Plume. Dang Wen Li by NYC's Dominique Ansel opened up a new flagship bakery on the ground floor last year. A large Lululemon did the same just recently. Both see good sized crowds at the H Queen's building.

    Visit the H Queens website for more information about tenants and art events they have sponsored in the past and those they may be involved with in the future.
    Written 10 February 2022
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,737 contributions
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    Based in Taiwan, Eslite is famously known as the world's first 24 hour bookstore. They arrived here in Hong Kong nearly 10 years ago with their first shop at Hysan Place in Causeway Bay. A few years later they opened this place, Eslite Living, at Star House, occupying most of the 2nd and 3rd floor of the entire building. Opening hours are 10am to 10pm daily.

    This Eslite Living is a blend of a traditional bookstore with that of a higher end lifestyle products centre. Throughout both floors, you will find a mix of book shelves along side small kiosk and stalls selling all manner of lifestyle, cosmetics, health & beauty, health care and other products. They also have a tea and cake shop and Ninetys cafe as well. It is a neat setup and fun place to browse even if you're not eager to make purchase.

    There are two entries to the Eslite Living shop, directly through Star House by way of the escalators and a second access point on the 3rd floor by way of a hallway bridge linked to Harbour City and Ocean Terminal.
    Written 20 August 2021
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