Good news, folks! After a four-year, million-dollar revamp, the Hong Kong Museum of Art is finally reopening its doors to the public this Saturday, November 30. The swanky new institution has expanded its exhibition space to nearly double its original size, hired more curatorial staff, and promises to work closely with local collectors to showcase more regional artists. To start, the museum has organised eleven exhibitions for the upcoming season – including a major loan exhibition from the Tate in London, as well as an exhibition by Hong Kong's quirkiest performance artist, Frog King.
With Banksy and Mr Doodle's exhibitions coming to town, and now the reopening of our beloved Museum of Art, December is already shaping up to be an exciting month for Hong Kong's art lovers.