Higher Senses

ART LOVERS HAD A SERENE EX­PE­RI­ENCE AT THE OPEN­ING OF A NEW EX­HI­BI­TION PUT TO­GETHER BY ONE OF THE CITY’S ART EN­TREPRENEURS

Hong Kong Tatler - - Soiree -

A dis­tin­guished group of 50 peo­ple gath­ered in the ground­floor ex­hi­bi­tion space of Cosco Tower for the open­ing of Seren­ity Above, the lat­est cu­ra­to­rial ven­ture by art pi­o­neer and New World De­vel­op­ment ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor Adrian Cheng. The works by two in­ter­na­tion­ally renowned artists—ja­pan’s Shun­myo Ma­suno and China’s Zheng Chong­bin—fo­cused on tran­quil­lity in this age of hus­tle and bus­tle. The ex­hi­bi­tion fea­tured ink paint­ings de­pict­ing light in na­ture, gran­ite sculp­tures and a video ex­plain­ing the works, which ex­plore the essence of calm­ness that can be found in na­ture as well as in one­self. The dim light­ing, sooth­ing mu­sic and sound of flow­ing wa­ter gave guests respite from their fast-paced lives.

David Hong

Bryant Lu

May Wong Alex Bent and Di­nesh Ni­halc­hand

Jac­que­line Chow Winkie Chan- Ku and Miriam Wan

Adrian Cheng and Zheng Chong­bin

Manolo and Chitra Chellaram

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