We dive into the abstract to rediscover colors and movements. An eye-catching film to translate the magnitude of ‘Juin-Octobre 1985’, the largest-ever work by Chinese-French artist Zao Wou-ki. Measuring 10 metres long and 2.8 metres in height, the oil on canvas was originally painted for the grand lobby of Singapore’s Raffles City.

Commissioned by Sotheby’s in 2018 for the Modern Art Sale in Hong Kong, the film explores this monumental masterpiece, a symbol of abstract expression. The poignant music guides us on this journey where everything is in constant mutation.