A guide on how to experience
the Martell Air Gallery

Curated in celebration of Martell’s 300th Anniversary and Singapore’s Jubilee, the Martell AiR Gallery brings to life the essence of Martell’s legacy and Singapore’s progression through an exceptional artistic journey along the city’s most iconic area – the Marina Bay.

Martell’s ambassador of Art, Kelley Cheng personally handpicked 15 Singaporean artists across multiple disciplines to put together this one-of-a-kind collection of visually sensorial artistic expressions that embodies the vibrancy of the rise of Martell and Singapore.

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Martell 300 years

The singapore Journey

In celebration of the Martell’s 300 anniversary, three of Singapore’s top talents were invited to the Global Martell Tricentenary at the Palace of Versailles, Paris earlier this year. Returning to Singapore, these ambassadors returned to Singapore and conceived extraordinary creations inspired by their experiences of the French Art of Living at the heart of its origins. Watch how the perfect blend of mixology, gastronomy and art came to life.

  • ETHAN'S COCKTAILS

  • JUSTIN'S CREATIONS

  • CELEBRATING 300 YEARS

  • ART OF MIXOLOGY

  • ART OF GASTRONOMY

  • THE ART OF MARTELL

MARTEll 300th anniversary’s

ambassadors

Ethan Leslie Leong

Director/Senior Master Mixologist,
Maison Ikkoku & FORT by Maison Ikkoku

Ethan concocted two remarkable Martell cocktails - 1715 and 2015 inspired by his journey through the Martell distilleries in France and his interactions with Martell Cellar Master Benoit Fil.

Justin Quek

Principal Chef, Sky on 57

Inspired greatly by the exceptional Global Tricentenary dinner, Justin created his very own rendition of the menu with a flawless combination of French and Asian tastes, flavours and styles.

Kelley Cheng

Founder/Creative Director, The Press Room

Touched by the splendid artistry of Château de Chanteloup and Palace of Versailles, Kelley spearheaded and curated an innovative and impressive Art collection for the Martell AiR Gallery.