Over 3,000 visited ‘Masters in Ink’

The ‘Masters in Ink’ exhibition, hosted at the Venetian Macao, welcomed over 3,000 visitors during its two-week run, according to Sands China Ltd, which owns and operates the casino resort. “’Masters in Ink’ was a resounding success,” said Edward Tracy, Sands China’s president and chief executive officer. “As part of our mission to establish Macao as a world centre of tourism and leisure, Sands China will continue to bring more cultural events to Macau in the near future.” The exhibition was on display from August 9 to 21, and was organised by the China International Exhibition Agency and Beijing Hong Bao Bo Yi Culture Development Company Ltd, and co-organised by the Venetian Macao and the Macau Artist Society. It featured a collection of 90 paintings, with an estimated value of over RMB80 million (MOP100 million).