Herzog & de Meuron’s landmark building might just have opened but the collecting and curating at M+ has been going on for many years. Hong Kong’s museum of visual culture is home to one of the most important collections of Chinese contemporary art and an extensive archive of Asian architecture and design. Works from these two collections form part of six opening exhibitions, which also include an installation by British sculptor Antony Gormley and a review of Hong Kong’s visual transformation since the 1960s.
Wait until you see insideHerzog & de Meuron’s landmark building might just have opened but the collecting and curating at M+ has been going on for many years.
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Creative sceneFilm and magazines have a loyal audience in Hong Kong, while a growing appreciation for performing arts is putting its cultural life on the map.
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Building betterThere’s plenty to see at street level, from revitalised markets and colourful playgrounds in the heart of the city to new concert halls by the sea.
Green solutionsGreen shoots are sprouting all over Hong Kong – from farms in the countryside to warehouses in former industrial areas.
Fit for purposeThere’s far more to business success than a good idea. Three entrepreneurs share with us the importance of design to their bottom lines and shed light on their creative partnerships with some of Hong Kong’s standout design talents.
Good tasteInternational visitors will be spoilt for choice when they return to Hong Kong, from the host of new hotels to stay in to the roster of fresh restaurants to sample.
Good timesFrom fans of theme parks to pampered pets, almost anyone can have a good time in Hong Kong and the entertainment options are ever improving.
Always ahead of the curveHong Kong will have plenty to celebrate in 2022 – a year of festivals and festivities.
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