gdm is a Hong Kong-based art gallery founded by Fred Scholle in 1974. Originally opened as Galerie du Monde, gdm represents more than twenty artists and estates, nurturing a diverse roster of artists at all stages of their creative practices with a global perspective.


The gallery has been acclaimed for its ground-breaking work in championing artists of postwar and contemporary movements such as Hong Kong’s Circle Art Group, New Ink Movement, and Taiwan’s Fifth Moon.


Kelvin Yang joined gdm in 2008 and has spearheaded the gdm Projects which transformed the gallery with a new emphasis on contemporary art and dedication to supporting emerging and underrepresented diaspora artists engaging with cultural identity and conceptual practices.


Fostering collaborations with curators and institutions worldwide — gdm operates a dynamic program that encourages imagination and risk-taking, driven to provide opportunities for artists to amplify their voices within their communities, and across platforms in the international contemporary art world.