COMO Shambhala Estate, and Uma by COMO, Ubud will be transformed from July 18th until October 18th as open spaces filled with wooden sculptures by artist Mickaël Obrénovitch.
The selling exhibition ‘Human Roots’ kicks off with a three-course charity dinner at Uma Ubud’s Italian restaurant Uma Cucina, with 25 per cent of ticket sales going towards the local ‘Give a Gifts That Grows’ project administered by the IDEP Foundation.
French-born artist Obrénovitch uses 200-year-old teak wood from Java for his work, influenced by the notion of the Indonesian forest as Asia’s lung. With the natural world as the theme, the work will be on show in public spaces at both our Bali properties.
For more information on the exhibition or to book a table at the charity dinner, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or +62 361 972 448