M+ is the new museum for visual culture in Hong Kong, as part of West Kowloon Cultural District, focusing on 20th and 21st century art, design and architecture and moving image.

M+ Rover 2016-17

A teachers’ briefing will be held on 21 October 2016 (Friday). Online registration is open now

M+ Summer Camp 2016

M+ Summer Camp is one of M+’s youth-targeted initiatives. We invite practitioners of visual art, design, architecture, illustration, film, writing, and performing arts to create programmes to engage young people


Successful applicant will be attached to M+ for three to six months in 2017, conducting independent research, preferably on a full-time basis
Application is open now!

M+ Rover 2015-16

M+ Rover: Travelling Creative Studio is the first major free school outreach programme organised annually by M+

M+ Sigg Collection: Four Decades of Chinese Contemporary Art

Browse the photo album of 'M+ Sigg Collection: Four Decades of Chinese Contemporary Art'
23.2 to 5.4.2016 | ArtisTree

M+ Internship Programme

Deadline for Autumn 2016 intake is 22 August 2016. Don't miss out


Copies without Borders: Imitation as Innovation
As part of the programme at Atelier Clerici, the leading hub of critical thinking during the annual Salone del Mobile in Milan, Copies without Borders: Imitation as Innovation brings M+ and its M+ Matters format to an international stage
14.4.2016 | Atelier Clerici, Milan, Italy

Mobile M+: Live Art

See the Photos and Installation Shots of 'Mobile M+: Live Art'



M+ presented YOKO ONO MORNING PEACE 2015, a global sunrise gathering on the morning of 21 June 2015. Take a look at the photo and the video work 'Waiting for the first beam of light' by local artist Choi Yan Chi

NEONSIGNS.HK joins Google Cultural Institute online platform

Over 12 new night-time street views, 150 photos, sketches, documentaries and the M+ neon sign collection will be shared across two Google exhibits to foster deeper understandings of neon signs and their connections with visual culture and history

M+ Summer Camp 2015 : Unframed

Our first M+ youth-targeted summer camp kick off was a huge success! The camp, which ran from 21 to 24 July, provided workshops, talks, sharing, performances and outdoor activities to discover creativity, and to explore different ways of thinking and experiencing. Missed our camp? Why not check out the photo album to get an “Unframed” feel for it

Mobile M+: Moving Images

See the Installation View of 'Mobile M+: Moving Images'
27.2 – 26.4.2015

M+ Matters

M+ Matters is a series of workshops and lectures exploring critical issues in visual art, design and architecture, and moving image, and across these areas by inviting key figures in the fields. Read the full papers or the videos of some of the past events here

The Kiyotomo Sushi Bar by Shiro Kuramata   |   M+ Collection

This video takes you through the history of the Kiyotomo sushi bar, the story of its deinstallation and interviews with Kuramata collectors and the M+ curatorial team

Commencement of the superstructure of the museum building

Our CEO Mr Duncan Pescod, M+ Executive Director Dr Lars Nittve and other officiating guests filled an acrylic box in the shape of the M+ logo with sand, signifying the commencement of the superstructure of the museum building



Alongside curatorially-produced essays, videos, slideshows and artist commissions, over 4,000 photos were submitted by the public to collectively create a unique neon map of Hong Kong

M+ Pavilion M+ Pavilion

M+ Pavilion

An exhibition and event space away from the hectic city life

Building M+: The Museum and Architecture Collection

Take a look at the photos of the first M+ architecture exhibition, presenting the future M+ building winning design and over 100 works of the museum's growing architecture collection
10.1 – 9.2.2014

M+ Collection On the Wall - Shenzhen (I)

M+ Collection

See a selection from the growing M+ Collection

M+ Sigg Collection Uli Sigg

M+ Sigg Collection

The Sigg Collection is recognised as the most comprehensive and important collection in the world of Chinese contemporary art from the 1970s to the present