3812 Contemporary Art Projects






3812 Contemporary Art Projects was formed in 2010; a shared passion to create a contemporary art space in Hong Kong that catered to new and upcoming Chinese artists by providing them with large art space to display their works; since inception the gallery has hosted numerous art exhibitions and is now recognized as Hong Kong’s leading contemporary art platform for Chinese art.

The name 3812 was chosen after a group of friends skied the infamous Vallée Blanche (The White Valley) in Chamonix. The entrance to this off piste run is a long precarious ridge 3812 metres above sea level. Descending in the shadow of Mont Blanc, as we carved our turns in the powder snow, perhaps as an artist yields his brush upon the canvass, the inspiration for 3812 was born; the name is in homage to that day in the mountains.