ART & CULTURE
Look beyond Hong Kong’s skyscrapers and you’ll find the city is bursting. Hybrid is one of the main characteristics of Hong Kong Arts and culture. Artists and cultural organisations from around the world gather here.
Ranging from traditional Chinese opera, experimental dance, cultural heritage to contemporary arts. Hong Kong has an endless array of arts and cultural activities, providing varieties to different audiences.
Hong Kong is also home to one of the world’s largest art auction markets. In 2020, Hong Kong overtook London as the second-biggest contemporary art auction market in the world after New York. Christie’s and Sotheby’s have major operations here.
In November 2021, the West Kowloon Cultural District will open the M+, Asia’s first international museum for 20th and 21st-century visual culture which encompasses design, contemporary art, popular culture, moving image and architecture.
CarminK works with leading museums, galleries, heritage sites, arts festivals, exhibitions and openings, to help magnify your message and engage new audiences locally, internationally and online.
We can develop tailored experiences for today's cultural habits such as workshops, escape games, lectures&talks, exhibition tours and interactive programs for kids.
Our mission is to increase everyone’s enjoyment, access and understanding of art.
Art market: Millennials (25-40) spent greater amounts and bought bigger-ticket items than in past years, despite financial crises brought on by the pandemic. In Hong Kong, that figure is even higher—a third of bidders are under 40.