Katie de Tilly at her 10 Chancery Lane Gallery in Central, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Katie de Tilly at her 10 Chancery Lane Gallery in Central, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

As Hong Kong’s M+ museum opens, gallery owners reflect on changes in the city’s art scene since they opened 20 years ago

  • Since Katie de Tilly and Henry Auyeung opened 10 Chancery Lane Gallery and Grotto Fine Art in 2001, Hong Kong artists’ work has evolved, as has the art market
  • One change came via the national security law, which led Hong Kong artists to self-censor, De Tilly says. Meanwhile, Auyeung stopped working with some artists

Katie de Tilly at her 10 Chancery Lane Gallery in Central, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Katie de Tilly at her 10 Chancery Lane Gallery in Central, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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