C&G Artpartment is a Hong Kong based, multidisciplinary art space, involving an art exhibition space, a visual art education unit, a small art book store etc... With a strong concern over the local art ecology, C&G helps develop new flavors in the local art scene, use art to respond to social and cultural issues, and provide art education programs for the public. Its essential goal is to fill up the crack in the current art scene, and become an art space for idea exchanges.

Current and Upcoming Art Activities:

2. Under The Bed Screenings

Artists: Josh HON
Time: 8-9:30pm
Venue: C&G Artpartment

**To review the previous 'Under The Bed' sharing sessions at C&G Artpartment, please visit: Under The Bed @ C&G Artpartment

1. Decongestants for West-Kowloonization : We Wet --- Conceptual Art Actions and Documentation Exhibition

Action Date:7:00 -8:30pm, (Fri) 9 Dec, 2016
Site:Prince Edward Road/Nullah Road Garden, Prince Edward, KLN, HK

Documentation Exhibition Period:(Sat) 17 Dec, 2016 to (Sat) 21 Jan, 2017

The third round of “Decongestant” is titled “We Wet.” According to the Hong Kong Observatory’s reports, Hong Kong has much more rainfall and higher humidity this year. Serious depression symptoms would appear during such wet and dark weather, which in turn would affect one’s daily life, social life and working life. Using the terminology of Chinese herbal medicine, we have entered the status of “Hysteresis.” The current project of “We Wet” invites nine artists to try to dry their wet works in the public space together. Drying what “We Wet” with nine artists together may have many different layers of meanings:
Artists+ Documentary Partners: AU Suzanne+Kane Four、CHENG Yee Man(Gum)+Clara、 CHEUNG Clara+CHENG Max、CHEUNG Yung+Jerry CHAN、CHIM Chi Ho+WONG Wai、 FUNG Loiix+Macro CHAN、LEUNG Chin Fung(Jeff)+ahtong、 TO Yeuk+ Grace TO、YU Wing Kei(Rik)+TANG Wing Sze+Benny YEUNG

Exhibitions in the Past:

Back To The Basic



The Preview of New
West Kowloon Exhibition Venue

Sick Leave

Under The Bird's Nest




6644Fix It

C & G: A Passion For Creation

Primitive Contemporary II

Nothing But Development


West KLN Cultural
Revolution District

Hong Kong Whispers

Primitive Contemporary 3


Primitive Contemporary 4


Art Hotpot (Poland)

Art Hotpot (HK)

Official Retraining Scheme

"Mumbai Art Exchange" Documentation Exhibition

"International Sick Leave Day 2013"

"Not Yet Art Fair"

"HK-Israel Art Exchange"

"I'm a Grade D Artist"

"Is There Love In This Air?"

"Apartment Curatorial"


In Search of the Peachland

TransWalk -
performance art
exchange documentation

Curate No More
Art Project

"Dialogues in Tin Shui Wai" Touring Exhibition

His-Stories --
Exhibition of Gum Cheng


Decongestants for West-Kowloonization
: Soil PLAY

"Curate No More"
Book Launch

Art Talks in the Past:
Artist Talk on the Contemporary Art Scene in Poland (Dec 3, 2008)
Art Talk Series in Feb 2009 ("A Study of Alternative Art Communities" and "Reverse Reality")
Fluxus Film Fest, curated by Piet Trantel (11 Dec, 2010)
LAW Man Lok Cultural Exchange Sharing session(20 Dec, 2013)
"ARTIVISM ---Based on personal experience and practice" by Rokko Juhasz (from Slovakia / Hungary) (14 Apr, 2016)


1. "In Search of the Peachland" Project Catalogue

This is the documentation of the art exchange project between Busan and Kam Tin, curated by C&G, in 2015.

2. “Curate No More” Gum’s Art Project (2013-2015)

This is the documentation of the ten art projects Gum CHENG did from 2013 to 2015, under the title of "Curate No More".

3."Black White Q&A 2007-2010" Gum CHENG Yee Man Solo Art Exhibition"


The background for these animation pieces lies in the 13-day art camp at Puck, Poland in Sept, 2009. Applying their previous experience at other residency programs, C&G chose to make stop-motion animations, which involve both drawing and photograph.

5. "C & G Artpartment 2007-08"
Please click "here" to download the online version in .pdf format.

This publication is about the living condition of C&G Artpartment in 2007-2008, consisting of 7 interviews with participating artists, articles by an art critic and other audience. This is printed in both Chinese and English, with 270 pages, and can serve very well for liberal arts studies for the contemporary art scene in Hong Kong. Please click here for more info and selling spots!