Food + Beverage
Does art imitate life, or does life imitate art? What about, does art imitate food, or does food imitate art? Questions life these – and more! – are sure to be asked during Hong Kong Art Week. And what makes me ask?
The Executive Chef at The Langham, Hong Kong, will serve a four course set menu inspired by the artwork of an aspiring Hong Kong Artist during Hong Kong Art Week and beyond.
Inspired by the artworks of aspiring Hong Kong Artist Michael Lam, Pedro Samper, Executive Chef at The Langham, Hong Kong, in Kowloon’s Tsim Sha Tsui district, will serve an art-inspired four course set dinner at The Bostonian concurrently with Hong Kong Art Week – and then keep it on the menu for the entire month of April.
The art inspired set menu will run from 23 March to 30 April 2016.
The four dish menu will comprise the essential Four Elements of Nature: Water, Earth, Fire, and Air.,
Michael’s new collection, which is called the Elements of Art, will also be on display concurrently with the special menu in the stylish eatery. The artworks will also be for sale.
Born in Hong Kong in 1977, Michael became interested in art when he was quite young. He works in a variety of media — oil and Lacquer on canvas as well as pencil on paper.
Michael’s preferred painting styles are abstract art and surrealism. He also practises body painting.
Michael’s works figure in the collections of collectors from such far-reaching countries as Australia, China, England, France, Japan, and Singapore.
Elements of Art Menu
The Bostonian, The Langham, Hong Kong, 8 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Telephone: (852) 2375-1133.