The M+ Collection is focused on 20th- and 21st-century visual culture, encompassing the disciplines of Design and Architecture, Moving Image, and Visual Art, grounded in Hong Kong with a global perspective. Geographically, it covers Hong Kong and China, regions across Asia and beyond.

As the backbone of the museum, the M+ Collection grows and changes in constant dialogue with M+’s temporary exhibitions, public programmes, and learning and interpretation programmes.


Collection Strategy

Building a collection is a cumulative process. At M+, our goal of assembling key pieces that represent singular artistic, intellectual and aesthetic excellence is underscored by a desire to create dialogues between works, and invite new and multiple interpretive narratives. Learn more about our collection strategy.


The M+ Sigg Collection

The M+ Sigg Collection forms a significant part of the M+ Collection. Comprising major works by artists from the late 1970s to the present, the Sigg Collection is recognised as the largest, most comprehensive and important collection in the world of Chinese contemporary art.

Read more about the M+ Sigg Collection.


Building the Collection

We invite you to begin discovering the M+ collection starting with our selections. Typically new acquisitions can take some months to accession. A list of currently accessioned works is available in the Downloads section and will be updated up to twice a year to reflect the latest additions to the collection.


Use of Images

M+ has made all reasonable efforts to ensure that the images published here do not infringe individual copyrights. Our copyright/permissions programme is a continuing process. If you have any queries regarding rights in the works in our collections, or if you wish to use any of the images of a work included here, please contact, stating the title and author of the work.