The great ab­stract artists in­spire the new­est col­lec­tion from Chow Tai Fook

Hong Kong Tatler - - Tatler Focus -

Chow Tai Fook’s lat­est high jew­ellery col­lec­tion, Le Labyrinthe Artis­tique, is in­spired by ab­stract art and leads the cu­ri­ous into a par­al­lel uni­verse gov­erned by geo­met­ric pat­terns and vivid pal­ettes wish to ap­proach truth as closely as is pos­si­ble—and there­fore I ab­stract ev­ery­thing un­til I ar­rive at the fun­da­men­tal qual­ity of ob­jects,” Piet Mon­drian, the ab­stract artist and father of the Dutch de Stijl move­ment, fa­mously said. It’s with a sim­i­lar mind­set that es­teemed Hong Kong jew­ellery house Chow Tai Fook has cre­ated its new­est high jew­ellery col­lec­tion, Le Labyrinthe Artis­tique (French for “the art labyrinth”), in homage to the ti­tans of ab­stract art.

Art en­tre­pre­neur Adrian Cheng, Ex­ec­u­tive Di­rec­tor of Chow Tai Fook Jew­ellery Group and the Founder of the K11 Art Foun­da­tion, is par­tic­u­larly proud of this pro­ject. He de­scribes the col­lec­tion as the brand’s first ever art jew­ellery line in­spired by the work of fa­mous ab­stract artists—one that is aimed at cel­e­brat­ing their con­tri­bu­tions to art his­tory. He ex­plains, “We have dis­tilled the very essence be­hind the rhythm of colours, shapes, brush­strokes, size, scale and the aes­thetic

geo­met­ric GEMS

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from China

© PressReader. All rights reserved.