Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris
For three weeks this fall, Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris, will be hosting a Hidden Workshop by the world-famous Chinese artist Liu Bolin. To provide an immersive experience of these artworks, the hotel is bringing a series of them together for display in the hotel. The artist Boulin has become known as the invisible man for his self-portraits exploring camouflage where he disappears into landscapes such as France’s Champagne region. In some of these Bolin disappears into the scenery with a cellar master, representing the rituals and expertise involved in this sparkling wine’s production. These particular artworks will be on display for the first time as they take over Le Royal Monceau Suite. If you come by the showcase, you’ll be welcomed and guided by the hotel’s art concierge with the opportunity to have a glass of Ruinart Millesime 2010 at the in-suite champagne bar or enjoy a private dinner with champagne pairing prepared by chef Hideko Endo of Matsuhisa Paris. More work by the artist will be on display in the hotel’s lobby.