See & Do
Hong Kong is quickly becoming Asia’s art and cultural hub. Put one stiletto in front of the other and get ready to be inspired, entertained and in the know.

10 Chancery Lane
2810 0065

This gallery has remained a Hong Kong icon since opening its doors in 2001.  Aiming to raise awareness of Hong Kong artists internationally, the gallery also hosts large group shows at its additional space in Chai Wan, 10 Chancery Lane Art Projects.

1/F, 18 Wing Fung Street
Wan Chai
2869 5505

Sensing the eclectic energy Hong Kong is almost bursting with, agnes b. decided to open its only gallery outside of Paris here.  Offering a cool and edgy series of exhibitions, this unique space has added a funky edge to Wan Chai.

58 Hollywood Road
2851 6882

Stop in to check out their collection of Vietnamese and Indo-European paintings.

G/F, 90-92 Hollywood Road
3571 8200

Angela Li is highly acclaimed for her expert art consultancy and colourful collection of Asian works in this small yet charming gallery.

20 Aberdeen Street
2544 5004

One of the first galleries to be established in SoHo, this gallery showcases a great selection of Burmese and South Asian artists as well as beautiful antique furniture from the late Qing dynasty.

5 Canton Road
Tsim Sha Tsui
2736 0007

Perched cosily above the store, this gallery showcases some extraordinary photography works.

5/F Kian Dai Industrial Building
73-75 Hung To Road
Kwun Tong
2793 4817

This sweeping space is leading the way for contemporary art in Hong Kong. A superb spot for unique events.

45 Caine Road
2537 0688

This little sister to the spectacular Osage Kwun Tong Gallery features exhibitions of contemporary Asian art and also hosts “flash art” events where musicians are invited to take to the stage for intimate performances.

4 Po Yan Street
Sheung Wan
2517 4620

Para/Site has represented Hong Kong in the Venice Biennale several times and is considered one of the city’s most influential independent art spaces.

54 Sai Street
2858 5072


Being a fashion designer, gallerist and lifestyle guru, Sin Sin has outstanding taste in art.  Representing predominantly Southeast Asia artists she has catapulted many up and coming artists into international stars.  Her second gallery and atelier on Sai Street (52 Sai Street, Central) is a throwback to old Hong Kong and bursting with character.