Now unfortunately this is not possible anymore. The iconic (but also quite ugly) building will be closed for the next three years for a major renovation and expansion project that will last for about three years.
The Hong Kong Museum of Art was founded in 1962 and moved to its Tsim Sha Tsui location in 1991.
Since then about 390 exhibitions were organised – and I saw a handful of them, including the amazing Andy Warhol show in 2013.
While the museum building is closed for renovation, there will be events in different forms and in different parts of Hong Kong as well as overseas. Find out more here.