With a tradition of art appreciation, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong has fully embraced the creative spirit in the city. Art aficionados are welcome to express and explore their aesthetic sensibilities at the Hotel with a variety of sophisticated happenings:
Pop up Art Exhibition
Partnering with Cat Street Gallery, the sixth floor podium outside Caprice has been transformed into a pop-up art exhibition for Japanese Artist Yuki Aruga, featuring seven pieces of her work from the inaugural Hong Kong solo exhibition from now until end of May. Aruga’s painting and sculptures are a translation of the temporal and perpetual cycles present in flora and fauna, as well as an exploration of fragility, density and form of the body.
For art lovers in need of refreshment, Blue Bar has created an inspired cocktail: the Art Jamming Cocktail. Slightly sweet and a little tart, this refreshing concoction consists of muddled thyme, Alain Milliat’s wild blueberry jam, Absolut vodka, sauvignon blanc, lemon juice and prosecco. This cocktail masterpiece will be “on-view” for a limited time only, from March 6 to 20.
With expansive views of Victoria Harbour, subtly luxurious interiors designed by leading architect Richard Farnell, sought after nail polishes, unique therapeutic treatments, not to mention a beverage of choice, the Nail Bar is redefining the art of beauty maintenance. The newly opened Nail Bar takes care of guests on all occasions. For the artistic minded, skilled nail technicians are expert in creating personalised designs on fingers and toes. Make art wearable with a Mondrian-inspired grid on one finger or a whole set of nails decorated in Matisse-like “cut-outs.” Nail art is priced at HKD 150 per finger on weekends and HKD 110 on weekdays (Monday to Thursday).
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