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Hong Kong Tatler - - Faces -

The worlds of fine art and fi­nance united at the an­nual Ayaltis & Consigg “Art Meets Hedge Fund” din­ner, which was held at the Grand Hy­att. The theme this year was con­tem­po­rary Chi­nese art. A high­light of the evening was a ques­tion-and-an­swer ses­sion with Swiss col­lec­tor Uli Sigg, in which he dis­cussed his land­mark do­na­tion to M+ and Michael Schind­helm’s fea­ture­length 2016 doc­u­me­nary The Chi­nese Lives of Uli Sigg, which pre­miered at Art Basel in Hong Kong. Guests par­tic­u­larly en­joyed the wine se­lec­tion, which in­cluded top Brunello di Mon­tal­ci­nos and mag­nums of 1998 Château d’yquem.

Uli Sigg, Stephen Hung, Rita Sigg and Deb­o­rah Hung Daniel Fung Dun­can Pescod and Ben­jamin Sigg Henry Tang Son Nguyen

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