The also program echoes The Peninsulas commitment to supporting and showcasing public art projects and commissions, as evidenced in their collaboration with artists during major global art fairs such as Art Basel Hong Kong and EXPO Chicago. Highlights of the trip are included below and for a complete itinerary, please visit the website. Bangkok The starting point of the trip, highlights of the Bangkok portion include a visit to the stunning Yenaka Art Village in Bangkok for a private lunch with some of the citys leading contemporary art gallery owners; a stop at Souled Out Studio, founded by renowned English artist and long-time Bangkok resident, Chris Bowden, recognized as one of the worlds 100 leading figures in street art; and a stunning helicopter flight around Bangkok. Hong Kong In Hong Kong, guests will have the opportunity to visit the private studio of Hong Kong-based Portuguese artist, Joao Vasco Paiva, winner of the Hong Kong Emerging Artist award and experience an exclusive visit to the private collection of award-winning architect and artist, William Lim. Shanghai Stand-out offerings on the Shanghai itinerary include a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the private art collection of world-renowned art dealer and collector Pearl Lam in her private apartment as well as an intimate encounter in the studio of abstract artist Qiu Deshu, whose work is featured in collections across the world. Beijing In Beijing, guests will experience a breathtaking collection of artwork from the moment they step into the newly renovated Peninsula hotel, which features specially commissioned art from some of Chinas top contemporary artists. Guests will spend a morning with former expatriate and one of Chinas first graffiti and street artists Zhang Dali, whose work includes graffiti, sculpture, photography and painting; lunch with the founding family of the Guardian Auction House followed by a private tour featuring works not yet publicly taken to auction; a tour of the Faurschou collection, including works in storage that are not publicly displayed, led by the collections curator, Xu Guo; and cultural experiences including hiking the Jinshanling section of the Great Wall with an expert and group tai chi at Temple of Heaven. Tokyo During the final stop of the trip, participants will see the acclaimed Mori Art Museum while being guided by its director, Fumio Nangjo; explore the private collection of renowned collector Takeo Obayshi who collects living artists; visit Teamlab, a collaborative practice that navigates the confluence of technology, design and the natural world; and meet Tokyo-based artist Izumi Kato, known for painting with his hands, whose work has been exhibited all over the world. We are thrilled to be partnering with The Peninsula Hotels for this incredible art journey and believe that their dedication to luxury and exceptional personal service is perfectly aligned with our brand ideals, said Catherine Heald, Remote Lands co-founder and CEO. This carefully curated itinerary in Asias top contemporary art capitals presents the best of Asian art and culture through an exclusive lens not available to the general public.
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