Eunice Tsang, curator and manager of Present Projects, at the gallery, which opened in Hong Kong’s Sham Shui Po neighbourhood in January. Photo: Jonathan Wong Eunice Tsang, curator and manager of Present Projects, at the gallery, which opened in Hong Kong’s Sham Shui Po neighbourhood in January. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Eunice Tsang, curator and manager of Present Projects, at the gallery, which opened in Hong Kong’s Sham Shui Po neighbourhood in January. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Art

Independent art finds room to flourish in Hong Kong as young artists and creatives grab retail spaces left empty by the pandemic

  • Artists and curators are taking the opportunity to experiment on their own terms as more affordable spaces open up, freeing them of creative confines
  • Hong Kong’s art scene has long been criticised for its focus on commercial galleries and lack of independent, artist-run spaces

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Eunice Tsang, curator and manager of Present Projects, at the gallery, which opened in Hong Kong’s Sham Shui Po neighbourhood in January. Photo: Jonathan Wong Eunice Tsang, curator and manager of Present Projects, at the gallery, which opened in Hong Kong’s Sham Shui Po neighbourhood in January. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Eunice Tsang, curator and manager of Present Projects, at the gallery, which opened in Hong Kong’s Sham Shui Po neighbourhood in January. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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