Wynn – Garden of Earthly Delights curated by Chip Tom


Wynn – Garden of Earthly Delights is now open at Wynn Resorts Macau.
Curated by Heather James Fine Art Senior Curator, Chip Tom,
the exhibition is part of Art Macao, a five-month international arts and culture event

Visit Garden of Earthly Delights

Press Release

Wynn invites you to take an artistic journey through “Wynn – Garden of Earthly Delights,” a brand-new art exhibition running from June to October 2019 at Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace. This exhibition is held in support of “Art Macao,” a mega international arts and cultural event under the patronage of the Secretariat for Social Affairs and Culture of the Macao SAR Government, organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau and the Macao Government Tourism Office and co-organized by the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau and the Higher Education Bureau.

“Wynn – Garden of Earthly Delights” draws inspiration from the stunning titular Renaissance-era masterpiece by Hieronymus Bosch. The exhibition features an extraordinary selection of modern and contemporary art by the world’s most celebrated artists: Refik Anadol, Jennifer Steinkamp, Edoardo Tresoldi, Sam Francis, Robert Indiana, Herb Alpert, and Yansong Ma from MAD Architects. Presented for the first time in Macau, their works of art display their innovation, creativity, and rich cultural diversity, expressed in various media, including installations and digital art pieces.

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Wynn – Garden of Earthly Delights curated by Chip Tom


Senior Curator
Palm Desert, Los Angeles

Chip Tom is the Senior Curator for Heather James Fine Art and is based in Los Angeles and Palm Desert. He has curated many acclaimed art and design exhibitions globally, including Ketty La Rocca, and The Other Side: Chinese and Mexican Immigration to America. Chip has worked with museums ranging from Centre D’Art Contemporain, Geneva, to the USC Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena. Most recent projects include serving as the guest curator for Art Macau 2019. He received his BA from Yale University. Chip lectures extensively with recent groups including the California Desert Art Council, and Yale University Alumni.