Les­son in the Art of Din­ing

EDOUARD MALINGUE GALLERY PRI­VATE DIN­NER FOR JEREMY EVERETT

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Tobee Ho, Jef­frey Lau and Edouard Malingue Michael Tung Jac­que­line Chow said the dif­fer­ent medi­ums and un­usual colours used by Jeremy Everett made his eye-catch­ing art­works par­tic­u­larly mem­o­rable

Jeremy Everett

Li­nus and Luyang Hilde­brandt Ge­of­frey Chuang

Jac­que­line Chow and Sa­man­tha Shek Af­ter a cock­tail party to cel­e­brate Los An­ge­les-based artist Jeremy Everett’s new ex­hi­bi­tion, Floy, at the Edouard Malingue Gallery, a se­lect group of VIPS made their way to Nur for an in­ti­mate din­ner hosted by the gallery’s name­sake.

Edouard’s guests sipped on a New Zealand sau­vi­gnon blanc and a red from Bur­gundy as they en­joyed a pro­ces­sion of chef Nur­din Topham’s sig­na­ture dishes, in­clud­ing Ja­panese mack­erel and Wagyu beef.

How­ever, the favourite had to be Nur’s car­rot dessert, which was tex­tured with marigold, yuzu and honey—a sweet fin­ish to an in­dul­gent evening of art, con­ver­sa­tion and fine din­ing.

Kamshim Lau

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