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As many of you know, Blake Ward's "INNER PERCEPTIONS, OUTER REFLECTIONS" which
opened last April was one of the most successful exhibitions in the
history of Hilton | Asmus Contemporary! Blake's exquisite angels and
goddesses have now graced many a beautiful collection in Chicago and
throughout the United States. Of all of the statues, none was more
sought after than the 24 karat gold & bronze "PHANTOM SKY" who now resides in the beautiful home of a Minnesota collector.
In the meantime, many of you have asked for another 24 karat gold angel. We are happy to announce that SKY'S soul sister, PHANTOM ZELLA, has just arrived at Hilton | Asmus Contemporary and is looking forward to meeting you.
We invite you to welcome ZELLA and her entourage.
The beautiful phantom will be accompanied by
3 new angel/goddesses ISHTAR, ANTHRIEL & INNANA.
Blake Ward's works from his Spirits Collection illustrate his contemporary approach
to figurative sculpture with a contrarian break from formal
academicism. Ward challenges the classical figure by exposing the
interior evoking a dialogue between our internal and external selves. While building on the techniques of figurative
sculpture lost in antiquity, Ward remains true to
their representational qualities, yet his Spirit Collection is a
transgression of the rules, crossing over into the abstract and ethereal
realms of our inner worlds.
1/4 life-size, partial figures materialize before us. Both seductive
and tragic, their perfect proportions reflect the hidden perspectives of
our human condition. The textured exterior surface alludes to the
complexity of our individuality. The open, exposed interior elicits
introspection. Holding fast to his love of the human figure, Ward leads
us toward self-discovery.
HILTON | ASMUS CONTEMPORARY
716 N. Wells St.
Chicago, IL 60654
HILTON | ASMUS CONTEMPORARY, 716 N. Wells Street, Chicago, IL 60654
“THE ART OF PINK” TRANSFORMS THE PENINSULA CHICAGO THIS OCTOBER WITH
PINK-THEMED ART, DINING AND SPECIAL EVENTS
THE GLOBAL BREAST CANCER AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
Guests will enjoy an art installation by Chen Man,
afternoon teas and floral decorations, plus a charitable pink art auction
and extra pink-tinted treats and surprises
The Peninsula Chicago is
again thinking pink for a purpose this October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Marking its
sixth anniversary in 2016, the annual Peninsula in Pink
raise awareness and funds for breast cancer charities is undergoing a
creative makeover to become “The Art of Pink.” All of The Peninsula
hotels worldwidewill present a month of pink-infused art, dining and spa experiences for guests to enjoy.
In keeping with the global commitment
to support innovative public art, The Peninsula Chicago
has installed an art exhibit by renowned fashion photographer, Chen
Man. The photo exhibit is part of the 10 piece original art series
titled “Nao Nao” and is located on the Motor Lobby Level. The artist’s
inspiration for this installation stems from the Beijing
of her childhood, where feelings and emotions were not shared publicly,
and the selfless act of scratching a loved one’s back with a nao nao
could best convey feelings of sympathy and understanding. As a symbol of
sympathy for the cause, guests are welcome
to scratch off the pink overlay to reveal the image. The nao nao
scratching devices are available for a US$ 5 donation to the charity.
The art is being auctioned at the end of October, with the proceeds
donated to breast cancer charity partner,
Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The Art of Pink builds on the partnerships The Peninsula
Chicagohas created with
leading art museums, galleries and private collectors to provide guests
with privileged access to groundbreaking art by established masters and
Guests and visitors are invited to bid via Paddle 8,
This is a very unique opportunity to own a piece of a world-renowned artist’s installation and to support a worthy cause, the
Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
For rules and additional information, please contact the hotel concierge at +1 (312) 573 6530.
Pink is the preferred color at the Peninsula hotels each October, and to support The Art of Pink initiative, the
main entrance and signage of The Peninsula
will be artfully illuminated in pink each evening from October 1 to 31, 2016.
flower arrangements will adopt a rose
hue, and a “Remembrance Tree” will be available for guests to write
names of cancer survivors or memories of loved ones. Guests can enjoy
pink-infused gourmet dining and spa experiences, with part of the proceeds donated to the
Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Throughout October,The Lobby will
serve a special Art of Pink Peninsula Afternoon Tea, featuring
rose-tinted sweet and savory treats presented on a tiered silver tea
US$ 65, with US$ 5 from each tea served donated to the charity. Monday
through Saturday, tea seatings are at
2:30 pm and 4:30 pm and on Sundays between 3:30 pm and 5:00 pm. The
“Pretty in Pink” cocktail will be featured in The Bar with a donation
from each purchase. Pierrot Gourmet will feature a Rose Lychee Macaron
for US$ 8, with US$ 2 from each purchase donated.
The Spa will feature “Pedi-for-a-Cure”, a deeply nourishing pedicure
for US$ 95 with US$ 10 benefitting the organization (when guests mention
“Pedi-for-a-Cure” during booking) as well as a “Think Pink Massage,” a
relaxing full body 90 minute massage. During
the massage, a hydrating pink mud mask will be applied to your feet,
hands, and scalp for intense moisturizing. The “Think Pink Massage” is
US$ 255 Monday through Thursday and US$ 270 Friday through Sunday with
US$ 20 from each treatment donated to charity.
For information or reservations for dining, please call +1 (312) 573 6695 or spa, please call +1 (312) 573
6860 or visit www.peninsula.com/chicago.
This year marks the
sixth anniversary of the Peninsula in Pink campaign, which has raised a
total of US$ 833,515 for breast cancer charities worldwide, including
in 2015. In total, Peninsula in Pink at The Peninsula Chicago
has raised US$ 24,321 including US$ 5,889 in 2015, which was donated to the Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation.
About Peninsula in Pink
Breast cancer is the
most prevalent cancer among women and the second-most common cancer in
the world today, accounting for one in ten of all new cancers diagnosed
and nearly one in four female cancer cases. With these statistics in
mind, The Peninsula Hotels decided to harness its resources and create
the Peninsula in Pink charitable initiative.
Launched in Hong Kong
in 2010, Peninsula in Pink is an annual event at all The Peninsula
hotels in Asia, North America and Europe. Each hotel shows its support
for Breast Cancer
Awareness Month in October by creating pink-inspired afternoon teas,
cocktails, dining and spa promotions and special events, with part of
the proceeds donated to a local breast cancer organization.
Continuing The Art of Pink for the second year, each hotel will exhibit pink-themed artworks in partnership with Chen Man. An exclusive pink ribbon
pin designed for Breast Cancer Awareness Month is available for sale in each hotel.
The Breast Cancer
Research Foundation (BCRF) is dedicated to being the end of breast
cancer by advancing the world's most promising research. Founded by
Evelyn H. Lauder in
1993, BCRF-funded investigators have been deeply involved in every
major breakthrough in breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment and
survivorship. By committing 91 cents of every dollar directly to its
mission, BCRF is one of the nation's most fiscally
responsible nonprofits and the largest private funder of breast cancer
research worldwide. Visit
www.bcrfcure.org to learn more.
About The Peninsula Chicago
The Peninsula Chicago is a Five Star, Five Diamond hotel located on the “Magnificent
Mile”at 108 East
Superior Street (at Michigan Avenue), within the city’s premier shopping
district. The 339 guest room hotel recently completed an extensive
all guestrooms and suites. The hotel opened in 2001 and features three
distinctive restaurants, a popular bar and a world-class spa. For
information on The Peninsula Chicago, please visit
or call +1 (312) 337 2888 or toll-free at +1 (866) 288 8889.
About The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited (HSH)
Incorporated in 1866 and listed on the Hong
Kong Stock Exchange (00045), The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited
is the holding company of a Group which is engaged in the ownership,
and management of prestigious hotels and commercial and residential
properties in key locations in Asia, the United States and Europe, as
well as the provision of tourism and leisure, club management and other
services. The Peninsula Hotels portfolio comprises
The Peninsula Hong Kong, The Peninsula Shanghai, The Peninsula Beijing,
The Peninsula Tokyo, The Peninsula Bangkok, The Peninsula Manila, The
Peninsula New York, The Peninsula Chicago, The Peninsula Beverly Hills,
and The Peninsula Paris. Projects under development
include The Peninsula London and The Peninsula Yangon. The property
portfolio of the Group includes The Repulse Bay Complex, The Peak Tower,
The Peninsula Office Tower and St. John’s Building in Hong Kong; The
Landmark in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; 1-5 Grosvenor
Place in London, UK, and 21 avenue Kléber in Paris, France. The clubs
and services portfolio of the Group includes The Peak Tram in Hong Kong;
Thai Country Club in Bangkok, Thailand; Quail Lodge & Golf Club in
Carmel, California; Peninsula Clubs and Consultancy
Services, Peninsula Merchandising, and Tai Pan Laundry in Hong Kong.
This October, The Peninsula in Pink campaign raises funds and
awareness for breast cancer charity partners with special exhibitions
and auctions of Nao Nao, an exclusive series of interactive pink
artworks by Chen Man, China’s most celebrated avant-garde
artist. Please click here for more nformation!
HONG KONG • SHANGHAI • BEIJING • TOKYO • NEW YORK • CHICAGO • BEVERLY HILLS • PARIS • BANGKOK • MANILA
The Peninsula Hotels
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Linda Greenhouse to deliver Chicago-Kent's 2016 Centennial Lecture on October 10
September 30, 2016 Who: Linda Greenhouse, New York Times columnist, Pulitzer Prize winner, and author of The Burger Court and the Rise of the Judicial Right (Simon & Schuster 2016) (with Michael J. Graetz)
What: Centennial Lecture at Chicago-Kent College of Law
Topic: "Telling It Like It Is: When Courts Call Out Legislatures"
When: October 10, 3 p.m.
Where: Ogilvie Auditorium, Chicago-Kent College of Law, 565 West Adams St., Chicago, IL 60661
Tim Street-Porter was the 2003 Lucie Honoree for the Achievement in Architectural Photography Award. "Case Study House #22, Los Angeles" (shown above) and "Doris Duke's Shangri La, Honolulu" (below) are two poster editions designed with Tim's images and now available in the Lucie Editions collection.
"It is a great pleasure to be included in the excellent Lucie Editions."
- Tim Street-Porter
Foundation announces the launch of Lucie Editions - limited edition,
signed posters by master photographers recognized at The Lucie Awards.
These Lucie Honorees represent some of the most important photographers
of the 21st century.
Foundation is a 501(c) 3 non-profit, charitable foundation whose
mission is to honor master photographers, discover and cultivate
emerging talent and promote the appreciation of photography worldwide.