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.
Conceived originally for the 57th Venice Biennale, the Hong Kong edition of the Songs for Disaster Relief exhibition by multidisciplinary artist Samson Young re-examines the concept of charity singles and offers a unique audiovisual experience through a series of sculptures, objects, videos, sound installations and site-specific pieces
9.2 - 6.5.2018 | M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon
By introducing concepts and ideas about equality for people with different abilities, the speaker will illustrate MoMA’s approach to accessibility and also discuss the development and outcomes of their Access Programs in order to demonstrate how such initiatives benefit both the museum and its audience
24.2.2018 | Hotel Stage
In this talk, M+ / Design Trust Research Fellow Thomas Daniell presents the results of his 2017 fellowship, examining visionary, unbuilt proposals for reclaimed land in Macau that provide an instructive comparison with the built reality today, as well as possible future directions
3.3.2018 | Dom Pedro V Theatre
Ink, the principle medium in Asian visual art and the hallmark of Asian cultural identity, has remained an active source of inspiration in contemporary art practice. In the videos, featured artists share their thoughts on ink art and their inspiration and creative processes
M+ Pioneers membership allows you greater access to everything M+, and places you at the forefront of supporting and engaging with the world-class museum we are rapidly creating. M+ Pioneers are invited to share feedback so that we can constantly improve the membership. Come and Join us!
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
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