“Impression of Indonesia” Exhibition at Pullman Bali


Pullman, the cosmopolitan brand of the AccorHotels Group, reaffirms its commitment to contemporary art with the series launch of its Artist Playground by Pullman program worldwide. Showcasing a wealth of imagination, creativity, and talent, this initiative allows both established and emerging artists to exhibit their works in art corners in Pullman hotels worldwide.

Constantly seeking out new ways to attract global nomads, Pullman Bali Legian Beach launches its second Artist Playground exhibition this year, entitled “Impressions of Indonesia” by Paisi. The contemporary artworks showcase an artistic assemblage of stories during his journey throughout Indonesia within its unique settings, its nature, and its culture. Paisi unifies his artworks with a vigorous stroke of Chinese ink.

Explorer, artist, multilinguist, Pascal Hierholz, aka. Paisi, has always had a deep affinity for the myriad cultural landscapes of the world. Pascal is a Creative Director in advertising, design and digital communications, living in Indonesia since 2010. Working in this field for the last 25 years, starting as an Art Director in Paris, led him to many different places around the world: North America, Europe, China, the Middle East and South East Asia. It is in China that he acquired the name that has stuck: Pai Si, “the one with waves of ideas”.

The exhibition, “Impressions of Indonesia” by Paisi, runs from 16 November 2017 until 16 April 2018. Artist Playground by Pullman, with dedicated art corners throughout hotel public area, enables artists and designers to exhibit and showcase their works to guests, visitors, and locals. During the launch event, Pullman Bali Legian Beach connects the art experience with a combination of contemporary art painting exhibitions, fashion, and food.

In Pullmans, contemporary art becomes a connecting thread that links artists and guests from far and wide. Timeless and original, these exhibitions allow travelers and visitors to immerse themselves in each artist’s cultural environment.

 

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