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.

The Weight of Lightness: Ink Art at M+

Featuring work by more than forty artists from across Asia and beyond, The Weight of Lightness: Ink Art looks at the diverse explorations that have taken place over the past sixty years
13.10.2017-14.1.2018 | M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon

M+ Screenings: Stillness in Motion

M+ Screenings: Stillness in Motion explores contemporary cinema’s relationship to Asian philosophy and ink art
24-26.11.2017 | Broadway Cinematheque

Experiments in Museum Learning

Riding on M+’s core beliefs about learning, this session introduces a variety of experimental art projects and exhibitions that focus on educational models and pedagogical practices, thereby exploring how curating and creative approaches can bring forth new ideas and possibilities to a museum’s learning programme
29.11.2017 | Hotel Stage

M+ Matters REORIENT: Conversations on South and Southeast Asia

REORIENT is a three-day event designed as a platform to explore views across geographies (from Bangalore to Bangladesh, Yogyakarta to Ho Chi Minh City), disciplines (from visual art, design and architecture, and moving image) and initiatives (from bottom-up to institutionally-driven practices)
30.11 - 2.12.2017 | Asia Society Hong Kong Center

Miracle of The Benesse Art Site Naoshima

Soichiro Fukutake and Akiko Miki of the Benesse Art Site Naoshima and celebrated architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA discuss the transformative effect of a project combining contemporary art, architecture and landscape
08.12.2017 | The University of Hong Kong

Samson Young: Songs for Disaster Relief

Conceived by local artist Samson Young specifically for the exhibition, Songs for Disaster Relief is a new body of work that consists of a series of drawings, objects, videos, spatial sound installations and site-specific pieces
13.5-26.11.2017 | Venice, Italy

Rethinking Pei: A Centenary Symposium

Rethinking Pei: A Centenary Symposium seeks to reexamine Pei in the context of the architect’s 100th birthday year as two linked conferences organised by M+, with, respectively, the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong
14-1512.2017 | The University of Hong Kong

M+ Rover 2018

M+ Rover, our travelling creative studio and exhibition space, will be on the road from February to June 2018 touring local secondary schools and community spaces with local artist Ng Ka Chun. Stay tuned for updates

M+ / Design Trust Research Fellowship

The M+ / Design Trust Research Fellowship programme supports an original research project investigating issues relating to design and architecture in the Greater Pearl River Delta region, and between the region and other parts of the world

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

Canton Express Exhibition View

Canton Express

Take a look at the album of Canton Express.

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M+ Collection

See a selection from the growing M+ Collection

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M+ Pavilion

M+ Pavilion is the primary site for M+ exhibitions in the run-up to the completion of the M+ building

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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

Ambiguously Yours: Gender in Hong Kong Popular Culture

Browse the photo album and videos of Ambiguously Yours: Gender in Hong Kong Popular Culture
17.3.2017-21.5.2017 | M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon Cultural District

M+ Careers

M+ provides a stimulating and continuously evolving work environment where professionals from all parts of the globe have united with the unique aim of developing the museum that Asia does not yet have. Come and Join us!



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