McNamara Art Projects is an independent art consultancy and curatorial body founded in 2015. Their newly established 3,500sqft project space in Wong Chuk Hang creates a platform committed to showcasing dynamic and cutting edge, emerging as well as established Western and Asian artists in Hong Kong.
The art programme for the project space will take the form of collaborations with significant Western and Asian galleries who do not have a physical presence in Hong Kong, by bringing a diverse range of art that would not otherwise be shown in the city. The aim is to create deeper engagement between the people of Hong Kong and contemporary art.
McNamara Art Projects also provides guidance in shaping public and private collections across the Asia region, with a focus on Western modern and contemporary art. Their previous public programmes included the critically acclaimed retrospective of British sculptor Lynn Chadwick (2016), and the exhibition Les Lalannes during Art Basel Hong Kong 2017 in collaboration with Hong Kong Land.