M+

I have watched Hong Kong’s vast new contemporary art museum, M+, come into being from when the West Kowloon Cultural District was first proposed and quite a few of us went from London arts institutions in Easter 2008 to discuss it. Directors have come and gone, as described in the article below, but it is impressive that a new museum on such a vast and ambitious scale should now be opening, consolidating Hong Kong’s position, as was planned, as a major centre in the international art world. I wasn’t over-enamoured of the Herzog and de Meuron building when I saw it from outside two and a half years ago, but let’s see. It’s certainly big and occupies a very prominent position.

https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/m-plus-museum-explained-hong-kong-controversies-1234608522/#recipient_hashed=3a515e8db2a06275216a21249ac83e93df3a59276a06cab90121d498bfb45bb3

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