Art galleries are heading to Wong Chuk Hang instead of the usual tourist spots like Central, attracted in part to the low rent and space. Photo: Rossi Rossi
Art galleries are heading to Wong Chuk Hang instead of the usual tourist spots like Central, attracted in part to the low rent and space. Photo: Rossi Rossi
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Art and culture in Hong Kong: why art galleries such as Axel Vervoordt are moving to Wong Chuk Hang from the usual tourist areas like Central

  • Art galleries are moving from busier areas of the city to a former industrial neighbourhood in Southern district because of its low rents and space
  • The arts scene is growing there in spite of relatively low footfall, thanks to high- quality exhibitions and creative programming

Art galleries are heading to Wong Chuk Hang instead of the usual tourist spots like Central, attracted in part to the low rent and space. Photo: Rossi Rossi
Art galleries are heading to Wong Chuk Hang instead of the usual tourist spots like Central, attracted in part to the low rent and space. Photo: Rossi Rossi
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