Under the presidency of Nicolas Bos, Van Cleef & Arpels President and CEO.
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- HONORARY COMMITTEE
- Nicolas Bos
- Franco Cologni
- Eileen Guggenheim
- Alain-dominique Perrin
- Helene David-weill
- Henri Loyrette
- Michel Serres
- Suzanne Tennenbaum
- Marie Vallanet-delhom
- Xiao Hui Wang
- HONG KONG COMMITTEE
- Mr. William Lim
- Mr. Victor Lo
- Ms. Nansun Shi
- Professor Cees De Bont
- Ms. Pansy Ho
- Ms. Pearl Lam
- Ms. Jean M. Wong
Under the presidency of Nicolas Bos, Van Cleef & Arpels President and CEO
Honorary Chairman of the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie.
Art Historian, Professor at Princeton University, Chairman of the New York Academy of Art.
President of Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain, President of Musée du Jeu de Paume in Paris, President of European Fondation for Management Development, President of EDC.
President of the Arts Décoratifs in Paris.
General Curator of Artistic Heritage, member of the Institut de France and former President-Director of the Musée du Louvre
Philosopher, Science Historian, member of the Académie Française, Professor at Stanford University.
Eminent Collector, author of The Jeweled Menagerie and Jeweled Garden.
President of L’ÉCOLE Van Cleef & Arpels.
Xiao Hui Wang
Professor, photo artist, writer, founder of international media art center at Tongji University in Shanghai, honorary member of BFF in Germany, she lives in Shanghai and Munich.
HONG KONG COMMITTEE
Mr. William Lim
Mr Lim received his Bachelor and Master degrees in Architecture, minoring in Photography, from Cornell University in the United States. In 1993, he assumed the position of Managing Director of CL3 Architects Limited, a multidisciplinary architecture and interior design firm which also actively involves in public art installation projects. His bamboo Installation “West Kowloon Bamboo Theatre 2013” received Hong Kong Design Center For Asia Grand Award and Special Award for Culture 2013. William Lim is a member of the Asia Pacific Acquisition Committee for Tate, as well as a Council member for Cornell University, Art and Planning Board.
Mr. Victor Lo
Mr Lo has been committed in the promotion of local design and creative industry. He is a member of the Board of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority and chairman of its Museum Committee, a non-official member of the Advisory Committee on Innovation and Technology as well as the Economic Development Commission of the HKSAR Government. He has been serving as an honorary professor in Hong Kong Polytechnic University's School of Design since 2003 and the chairman of board of directors of Hong Kong Design Centre since 2007. He is also a director of PMQ Management Company Ltd, a non-profit-making organization for the promotion of creative industries in Hong Kong.
Ms. Nansun Shi
Ms. Shi, an esteemed producer, has produced blockbuster hits such as Young Detective Dee – Rise of the Sea Dragon in 2013. She was named Producer of the Year by CineAsia in 2005 and served as juror in Berlin Film Festival in 2007 and Cannes Film Festival in 2011.
Professor Cees De Bont
Professor Cees de Bont is the Dean of Hong Kong Polytechnic University's School of Design. He chaired the Dutch Innovation Centre for Electric Road Transport and was chairman of the largest research program for CRISP.
Ms. Pansy Ho
Apart from heading 2 major cross-regional businesses, Ms. Ho dedicates extensive efforts and support towards arts & cultural development. She has sat at various governing boards in leading art-related organisations in HK and has been appointed as the Chinese Ambassador of the Louvre Museum in 2013.
Ms. Pearl Lam
Pearl Lam is a world-renowned gallerist, collector, patron and curator, with galleries in Shanghai and Hong Kong. In 2008, she founded the China Art Foundation, involving prestigious organizations as partners including the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
Ms. Jean M. Wong
Establishing the School in 1960, Jean Wong plays an important role in Hong Kong’s ballet scene. She was one of the founding members of the Hong Kong Ballet Group. Among her many honours, she was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Academy of Dance in 2010, the highest honour given by the Academy.