CView is a new concept by art and culture enterprise Curator Group’s Vincent Wu, who also owns Curator Art & Café, which shot to Instagram fame for its lattes printed with well-known works of art, such as Yayoi Kusama’s pumpkins or Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night.
Designed by Hong Kong legend Alan Chan in collaboration with architect Enoch Hui—founder of Atelier E—and lighting designer Tino Kwan, the space melds modern simplicity with the traditional aesthetics of the East, specifically, Chinese gardens.

“More than a Chinese fine-dining restaurant, CView is focused on promoting Chinese aesthetics and connecting people from the art and culture world,”
said Wu that evening.
This new venue not only aims to be a place for culinary delights, but also the home of Curator Masterclass, an arts education programme launching in August. This is the latest step in Wu’s mission to share art with as many people as possible.

“Democratising art is very important to us,” Wu said in a 2021 interview with Tatler.

The programme will feature curated workshops led by industry leaders and will be accessible to the public.

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