Tobias Berger leaves M+ for Central Police Station Hong Kong

Central Police Station site, Hong Kong. Photo: Herzog & De Meuron

Tobias Berger, Curator of visual art at Hong Kong's new M+ museum for visual culture, will be leaving after four years to take up the position of Head of Art at another new Hong Kong arts complex, the Central Police Station (CPS), Art Asia Pacific reports. Both M+ and CCP have been designed by architects Herzog & De Meuron.

Before taking up his position at M+, German born Berger was chief curator at South Korea’s Nam June Paik Art Center, from 2009 to mid–2010 and prior to that spent three-and-a-half years as Managing director and curator at Hong Kong’s Para Site. Berger will be working alongside Winnie Yeung Wing-yin at CPS, who will be Head of heritage.

20 April 2015