Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Offers Thought Provoking Exhibition and Artistic Treats as Official Hotel Partner of Art Basel’s Hong Kong Show

Published on : Thursday, February 4, 2016

Mandarin Oriental PudongMandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is pleased to announce that for the fourth year it will be the Official Hotel Partner for the Art Basel show in Hong Kong. To celebrate this partnership, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong will showcase Surroundings & Influences, an art exhibition presented with at Clipper Lounge, and will offer guests a series of bespoke services throughout the hotel ranging from an exclusive stay, an art-inspired menu in the Michelin-starred Mandarin Grill + Bar, art-inspired treats at The Mandarin Cake Shop and cocktails at M bar, and a relaxing treatment at The Mandarin Spa to revive the feet after the bustle of the show.

The Art Basel show in Hong Kong will be held from 24 to 26 March 2016 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, just a short taxi or Mass Transit Railway ride away from the hotel. Located in the centre of the city, the iconic Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has become the hotel of choice for many leading artists and gallery directors when visiting the city for either business or pleasure.

Surroundings & Influences Art Exhibition and Afternoon Tea – 4 March to 12 April, 2016
In partnership with, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong will host a landmark exhibition bringing together some of the most important artists from China and Hong Kong across generations at Clipper Lounge. The featured works are all generously loaned from private collectors, enabling rare access to pieces otherwise unavailable for public appreciation. Exhibiting artists include Gao Weigang, Hou Yong, Lee Kit, Li Shurui, MadeIn Company, Tsang Kin-wah, Wang Guangle, Wang Keping, Wang Yuyang, Xie Molin, Xu Qu, Xu Zhen by MadeIn Company, Yang Xinguang, and Zhao Zhao.

Focusing on the theme of influences, Surroundings & Influences explores the artists’ relations with their surroundings, their muses, and ultimately their inspirations. Looking at the immediate environment, addressing social issues, and questioning the role of an artist in a globalized world, each of the works presented in this exhibition prompts the audience to reflect on how artists in contemporary China think, work, and express themselves. Whether it is the passage of time, the makeover of city landscapes, urbanism, or broader transformations, the artists in this exhibition mix imaginary and realism in a powerful and thought provoking way. Exhibition made possible with the support of G4Si fine art handling services and the insurance of Willis Hong Kong Limited.


Source:-Mandarin Oriental


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