Henrietta Tsui-Leung

Henrietta Tsui-Leung

A former corporate banker, Henrietta Tsui-Leung bridges the worlds of art and commerce in her current career. She’s the CEO and founder of the art gallery Ora-Ora, and a co-founder of the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association, which was established in 2012 to support the local gallery ecosystem; she remains its honorary chair. Tsui-Leung devotes much of her time and energy to cultural advocacy, with a goal of facilitating closer dialogue between East and West, whether via contributions of a more academic nature or through platforms such as Ora-Ora Live, which showcased up close and personal talks with Hong Kong’s art luminaries, ensuring the local art scene remained part of a global conversation during the pandemic.


A superhuman thirst for learning – Tsui-Leung earned a PhD in Art Theory and Criticism from Shanghai University’s Academy for Art Industries in 2018, adding this diploma to an MBA from the renowned Kellogg Business School at Northwestern University and undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Economics from Queens University. While bridging the traditional (such as ink painting) with the cutting-edge (the Ora-Ora space at Tai Kwun features an NFT station), she also writes academic papers covering topics from the global art market to art licensing and finance.


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