The Making of M+ | Edited by: H. G. Masters

The new M+ museum of modern and contemporary visual culture will open its permanent new home in the West Kowloon Cultural District of Hong Kong in the autumn of 2021. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the building is set to become a striking landmark on the waterfront of Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour. But even before the new building opened, M+ has been busy engaging with local and international audiences through a broad range of programmes and exhibitions and a strategic approach to collecting.

The opening of M+'s new home is undoubtedly a milestone in the institution's ongoing story, yet it also marks an important moment to reflect on its development to date. The Making of M+ is an immersive visual encounter with the many stages of the museum's evolution. H. G. Masters, the book's guest editor, and Sulki & Min, its award-winning designers, present images and words relating to M+'s first three decades.

Paperback
20 x 15.1cm
720pages


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