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Cattle Depot Artist Village

Art Ma Tau Kok
1 out of 5 stars
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Cattle Depot Artist Village
Cattle Depot Artist Village
Cattle Depot Artist Village

Time Out says

Tucked away in Ma Tau Kok’s sleepy 13 Streets neighbourhood, Cattle Depot Artist’s Village is one of Hong Kong’s most precious artistic hubs. Notable for its colonial era red brick buildings, the site was formerly a quarantine base and slaughterhouse before it was renovated and converted into a local art community in 2001, well ahead of similar projects like PMQ. Always free to enter, the village is home to approximately 20 art organisations, arguably none more prominent than Videotage, a Unesco-listed media art organisation that focuses on new media. Visit for the historic architecture, stay for the art.



Address: 63 Ma Tau Kok Rd, Ma Tau Wai
To Kwa Wan
Hong Kong

Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10am-10pm
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Absolute waste of time! The only art is a broken faded installation and broken sculptures in alleyways. It’s almost abandoned, a couple of old dirty storage rooms And no art anywhere. After one hours travel to get there, it was just a huge disappointment. One gallery is valiantly trying to show paintings but the rest is dirty, overgrown and without art. Don’t bother.