Parkview Art Hong Kong Grand Opening - Profood Limited
  • Parkview Art Hong Kong Grand Opening

"The preparation of good food
is merely another expression of art" - Dione Lucas

Profood in collaboration with Chef Jimmy Chiang had the great honor to cater for the Grand Opening of Parkview Art Hong Kong, a new artistic venture and member of Parkview Group. Parkview Group has been a fervent supporter of Chinese art for the past 50 years, Chinese contemporary artists for over 20 years, and boasts the largest Dali collection outside of Spain!

The two day gathering saw over 200 guests and showcased the amazing works of some of China's most talented Contemporary Artists: Mao Lizi, Li Hui, You Jin, Zheng Lu, Guan Yong, Ling Jian, Wu Mingzhong, Gao Xiaowu, Fan Xiaoyan, Hsiao Chin, Yang Tao, Zou Liang, Zao Wou-Ki, as well as the Italian Contemporary Artist Annalù, and pieces from Modern European names like Matisse, Magritte, Tamara de Lempicka and Italian Masters of the 17th Century.

If you're an art aficionado and ever find yourself in the neighborhood, and by neighborhood I mean downtown Central, you should definitely stop by! Alberto, Franco and Beryl are lovely and would be happy to offer you a drink, some tea or a tasty cup of Mogi coffee, over a pleasant chat about the history of art, the market and investments. 

Parkview Art Gallery
Shop n.6, Upper G/F, Sunrise House,
27 Old Bailey Street,
Central, Hong Kong




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