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.

Theorising Art Histories Globally

This special forum gathers leading art historians to contemplate the rapidly transforming landscape of contemporary art, a brave new world where M+ will be a crucial player
18.10.2014, The University of Hong Kong

M+ at Art Basel in Hong Kong 2014

Check out the photos of M+ Stand on May 2014

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Exhibtion

NEONSIGNS.HK

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

News

West Kowloon Cultural District Authority Announce Further Major Donations to M+ and Acquisition Highlights
Five works acquired from Art Basel in Hong Kong with Brown Family Annual Acquisition Fund

Multimedia Gallery of ‘You.’ – Lee Kit

Installation views and video from Mobile M+: ‘You.’ – Lee Kit at Cattle Depot Artist Village, a continuation of Lee Kit’s solo exhibition ‘You (you).’ in the 55th Venice Biennale

M+ Internship Programme 2014-2015

Deadline for Spring 2015 intake is 5 Jan 2015. Don't miss out

Arts Pavilion Winning design by VPANG architects ltd + JET Architecture Inc + Lisa Cheung
Building

Arts Pavilion

An exhibition and event space away from the hectic city life

Multimedia Gallery of 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

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Collection

M+ Collection

See a selection from the growing M+ Collection

Mobile M+: Inflation! Jeremy Deller - Sacrilege
Exhibition
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Mobile M+: Inflation!

Photos from the (con)temporary sculpture park of inflatables last year

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Collection

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