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What if Pull­man ho­tels be­came un­ex­pected art gal­leries or artists' stu­dios? Chal­lenge ac­cepted! With its new con­cept, “Artist Play­ground by Pull­man”, the brand al­ready so strongly com­mit­ted to de­sign and con­tem­po­rary art hopes to go even fur­ther in sup­port­ing the art world and be­ing in­volved in the cul­tural life of the coun­tries where it is es­tab­lished. How? Sim­ply by putting their space at the dis­posal of young, lo­cal artists, such as painters, sculp­tors and de­sign­ers—as a new per­ma­nent ex­hi­bi­tion and con­text for pro­mot­ing their work. A sure way for them to get no­ticed and for ho­tel guests to get in­ter­ested in lo­cal arts and cul­ture! The very first was launched in Hong Kong on Septem­ber 27, and an other one was in­au­gu­rated in Aachen, Ger­many, on oc­to­ber 5th. To­day, with “Artist Play­ground” Pull­man gives its ho­tels the pos­si­bil­ity to write their own cul­tural his­to­ries.

The Park Lane Hong Kong, 310 Glouces­ter Road, HONG KONG Pull­man Aachen Quel­len­hof, Mon­heim­sallee 52, Aachen, GER­MANY

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