The current Botticelli exhibition, on loan from the Uffizzi, is brilliant. There are 7 Botticelli works, including The Adoration of the Magi, and over 40 works by masters such as Filippo Lippi. If y...
Don’t expect the Tate or MoMA, and one is thankful that a city as prosperous as HongKong finally has put together a place closer to the other art museums in major cities. There are many gems, the Ch...
The HKMA has undergone a major renovation and is a better space, with a much better range of exhibits and exhibitions. Very much recommend a visit, even (or perhaps especially) if your live in Hong Ko...
Hongkong at night is stunning! Every night you can see a light performance from the promenade, it’s totally worth it. The Buildings here are really impressive and modern.
A good thing to do on a rainy day is to visit the Hongkong museum of arts.
The impression of the Hong Kong Museum of Art originated from the first time in Hong Kong
because the team with the group tour will always take you to some free or 10 yuan admission museum
Hong Kong Museum of Art is also difficult to escape the tour group Moss
but young and ignorant, I did not know that the current art gallery door has become a big net red punch card
As far as I know, this art museum was completed in 1991
this is exactly It reflects the artistic inspiration of Hong Kong people. There is no time in the city.
The subway station in Tsim Sha Tsui is very Dalian. Then there are countless tunnels and underground passages
even a plain underpass can also see Hong Kong peoples art. Pursuit never stops
The Hong Kong Museum of Art is located next to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui. Its mission is to preserve the cultural heritage of China and promote Hong Kong art. The museum features more than 15,000 art objects including calligraphy, antique Chinese treasures, paintings of historical significance, and works by local artists. The museum also presents a great variety of thematic exhibitions drawn from local and overseas sources. The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware in Hong Kong Park is a branch of the Hong Kong Museum of Art.