White Dragon
This visionary show brings together artists and gallerists from all over the world to honor the tremendous bond that exists between mankind, Mother Earth, and the dragon mythology that has entranced people for generations. With the goal of reversing the tendency of stereotyping dragons in modern society, this exhibition rekindles their spiritual meaning and brings many cultures together in a collective awakening.
Innovative worldwide nonprofit environmental awareness art initiative created by Satori Me, the Dubai-based pioneers behind the first ecological forum in metaverse.
This revolutionary "phygital" exhibition combines physical and digital art and features stunning digital paintings, video art, and three-dimensional sculptures. Throughout 2023, "White Dragon" will be shown in five major cities throughout the world: Tokyo, Dubai, Seoul, New York, and London.
Dragons were regarded as emblems of divine wisdom and spiritual value in primordial civilizations all over the world, including ancient China, Japan, and Native American tribes. Their legacy, however, has been twisted and erased by history. Nowadays, visionaries and artists such as Chen Rong Chinese artists in the 13th century evoked the ancient majesty of dragons in their paintings. The "White Dragon" exhibit illustrates a watershed point in our planet's history, when the reappearance of dragons inspires a fresh appreciation for their everlasting symbolism and significance.
The show comprises nine modern artists, each entrusted with bringing one of nine dragons to life. These artists were chosen for their distinct artistic techniques, backgrounds, and interpretations of dragons respected significance in their individual cultures, and they will be showcased in a multimedia display.
Environmental vision
History & Cultural

The Nine Dragons painting, a masterpiece of Chinese art created during the 13th century, is an inspiring symbol of cultural continuity. This important artwork features nine powerful dragons, each possessing unique appearances, postures, and expressions.
This painting follows the manner of the most celebrated dragon painter in Chinese history, the scholar-official and Daoist master Chen Rong. Chen famously avoided depicting the complete forms of his dragons, preferring to preserve their mystery by partially obscuring them in mists and clouds. In places, the artist of this work depicts a dragon in its entirety, one of the signs that it is a later painting in Chen’s manner. The inscription at the end is either a copy of an authentic Chen Rong or an outright fabrication.
The Dragons painting depicts a fascinating and diverse array of thes mythical creatures, each representing different elements and aspects of nature, and in our vision correlating with major environmental problems facing humanity:
The dragon in the center of the painting represents the emperor, the supreme ruler of Chinese culture, symbolizing human influence on the natural world.

The dragon on the far right is associated with thunder, representing the power of nature, and potentially correlating with climate change and extreme weather patterns.

The dragon on the far left, associated with water, represents the calming and peaceful aspects of nature, reminding us of the importance of preserving water resources, which is a major environmental issue.

Finally, the dragon at the top of the painting, with wings spread wide, associated with the heavens, represents the limitless potential of the universe, reminding us of the immense
The dragon in the center of the bottom of the painting, coiled around a flaming pearl, represents knowledge, enlightenment, or spiritual awakening, which could signify the need for greater education and awareness around environmental issues.

The dragon in the lower left corner, associated with mountains, represents the stability and solidity of the earth, reminding us of the importance of conservation and preservation of our natural landscapes.
The dragon in the upper right corner, associated with wind, represents the swift and unpredictable nature of this element, and could symbolize the challenge of sustainable energy and reducing reliance on fossil fuels.

The dragon in the upper left corner, associated with clouds, represents the ability to perceive and understand the world around us, and could relate to environmental awareness and education.
The dragon in the lower right corner, associated with fire, represents the power and intensity of this element, and may correlate with the threat of wildfires and other fire-related environmental problems.
May 2023
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21-23 May 2023
August 2023
September 2023
November 2023
Meta Eco-Forum II
Project launch
Curatorial work
TODA Dubai
Wow summit Hong Kong
FOCUS Art Fair
Lotte World Tower Seoul, South Korea
FOCUS Art Fair
Saatchi Gallery
London, UK
Meta Eco-Forum III