For Art Basel Hong Kong 2018, Ruinart has tapped Chinese artist Liu Bolin to create a series of art works that captures and ties all the important players in the 300 years history of the world’s oldest Champagne house. The result? A series of eight striking images titled “Reveal the Invisible”, in which Liu Bolin uses himself as a canvas, camouflaged into the background of eight significant locations at the historic site of Maison Ruinart.

While five of the pieces are now showcased within the Collector’s Lounge at Art Basel for all VIPs to see, Ruinart has decided to put three of them on public display at a pop-up exhibition at Aberdeen Street Social, inviting everyone to explore the rich heritage of Ruinart through the unique lenses of Liu Bolin.

To mark the launch of the “Reveal the Invisible” pop-up exhibition, which runs from now through 30 March, Ruinart hosted a special party last night to welcome friends and loyal supporters of the Champagne house to be amongst the first in Hong Kong to see these exciting art pieces. Click ahead to see photos of scenes from last night’s party.