Liu Bolin is renowned for his camouflage art that sees the artist disappear into a number of settings. Now he’s teamed up with Ruinart for The Invisible Hands, the latest exhibition by the artist. Bolin chose Maison Ruinart as the venue — a historical cellar that’s a listed Unesco World Heritage Site — and chose a variety of settings to blend into, with the resulting situations turned into photography. The works will be on show during Hong Kong’s Art Basel show between March 29-31.
In related arts news, JR recently unveiled his newest installation.
Hong Kong Art Basel
Convention & Exhibition Centre
1 Harbour Road
Hong Kong, China