F11 Photographic Museum

Wan Chai & Northeast Hong Kong Island

Photography exhibitions are held three or four times a year inside this 1930s art-deco residence restored and opened as a museum by a former Hong Kong lawyer and vintage Leica collector. Past shows have featured Elliott Erwitt, Bruno Barbey and Robert Capa. Visits are by appointment only (by phone or email). There might be more going on at its sister venue, F22.

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