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Wong Chuk Hang has been one of the most talk-about neighbourhoods in recent years in part because of its growing community of art galleries and artists’ studios. Revamping and utilising former industrial buildings and factories, these art galleries have the advantage of ample spacing to stage more unconventional exhibitions and push the limits of creativity. And thanks to the opening of the MTR station, it’s never been easier to go gallery-hopping in this art community in the Southern district. From Hong Kong’s only black-box gallery that is Empty Gallery to the photography-centric venue Blindspot Gallery, Wong Chuk Hang is a great district to discover new art with a seaside view to boot.