Hong Kong is one of Asia’s biggest art hubs, bridging many Chinese artists with the world in art fairs in the 1980s. A crucial place for allowing contemporary Chinese art to reach the world, Hong Kong still remains to be one of the best places to go to during March for Art festivals and exhibitions. Here are 6 galleries in Hong Kong you mustn’t miss if you’re an art lover:

 

 

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Para/Site Art Space
One of the most important art spaces in Asia, Para/Site is crucial to promoting and bringing along new emerging artists in Asia. Prominent in the Asian Contemporary Art scene, the space was founded in 1996, a period full of uncertainty and political turmoil in Hong Kong. It has now transcended to become one of the leading independent art institutions in Asia and continues to support young artists and contemporary art development.

Address:
22/F, Wing Wah Industrial Building, 677 King’s Rd, Quarry Bay

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Edouard Malingue Art Gallery
Home to many notable exhibitions in the past, the Edouard Malingue Art Gallery is intent on showing the many faces of Hong Kong young artists and Asian contemporary art. Showcasing artists like Samson Young, Wong Ping and Ho Tzu Nyen, the gallery is great for those who like learning more about the heritage and culture of Asia through the eyes of the artist.

Address:
Sixth Floor, 33 Des Voeux Road Central, Central

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Pearl Lam Galleries
The gallery is a driving force within Asia’s contemporary art scene, spearheading many different trends in the contemporary art scene. Famous for selecting artists that are often groundbreakers in Chinese contemporary art, mixing East and West elements in artworks.

Address:
601-605 Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street, Central

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White Cube
Except the two White Cubes in London, Hong Kong is the only place to find this sleek white gallery filled with artists from all corners of the world. The White Cube has hosted numerous famous artists with big names such as Damien Hirst and Mona Hatoum. Located in Central, it is one of the most famous art galleries in the world.

Address:
50 Connaught Rd Central, Central

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Pékin Fine Arts
One of the most renown Beijing galleries, Pékin Fine Arts Gallery is a great way to get in touch with the deep and vast landscape of Chinese contemporary art. The Beijing gallery was designed by controversial Chinese artist Ai Wei Wei!

Address: 
16/F, Union Industrial Building, 48 Wong Chuk Hang Road

 

 

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Rossi & Rossi
Having showcased many up and coming young artists, Rossi & Rossi has a great collection of both traditional and contemporary Asian art works. The space is founded by a mother and her son, thus the name Rossi & Rossi.

Address: 
6 Yip Fat Street, 3/F Yally Industrial Building, Wong Chuk Hang

 

Most galleries in Hong Kong are located in Central or Wong Chuk Hang. Stay near these areas so you can gain easy access to all sorts of galleries and art exhibitions!