Hong Kong has come a long way from its humble beginnings as it struggled to make a name for itself in the global art landscape. Over the past 12 years, there has been significant expansion and growth in the Hong Kong art scene, with mounting public interest and engagement. We break down the development of the art scene and the impact of its shifting epicentre within the city, all the while looking to the future to consider what lies ahead.
Willem Molesworth, de Sarthe Gallery
Kurt Chan, Hong Kong Art School
Katie de Tilly, 10 Chancery Lane Gallery
Angela Mackay, Financial Times
Art in Hong Kong: People, Place and Practice is a digital symposium co-presented by The Sovereign Art Foundation and CoBo Social. The curated programme of online talks featured perspectives from a diverse roster of notable art professionals.