Soluna Fine Art proudly presents our group exhibition PRISM to celebrate the Third Anniversary of the gallery's relocation to the Sheung Wan district in Hong Kong. This exhibition is our biggest group show yet, comprising 16 artists who exhibited with the gallery before. PRISM will be on view from 11 September to 21 October 2021, with an opening on 11 September 2021
(Saturday), 10am - 6pm.
Acting as a capsule review of the Soluna Fine Art's exhibitions, PRISM showcases a group of Asian fine art paintings and objects by emerging and established contemporary artists based internationally, such as Hong Kong, Seoul, and New York. The exhibiting artists include Huh Sang-Wook, Jang Young-Sook, Jeong Myoung-Jo, Joanne Chan, Kim Duck-Yong, Kim Joon-Yong, Kim Keun-Tai, Kim Woo-Young, Kim Yong-Chul, Kim Young-Hun, Lee Gee-Jo, Lee Kang-Hyo, Lee Kyou-Hong, Park Ji-Sook, Park Yoon-Kyung, Song Kwang-Ik, and Zang Zong-Son.
The title of this exhibition, PRISM, refers to the optical prism device with a triangular base that separates light into a spectrum of colors. Likewise, the exhibition demonstrates our achievements of three years in Hong Kong, resulting in an extensive, colorful collection of works. Another meaning of PRISM relates to our ways of seeing. As we look through the optical prism device, we often can, rather unexpectedly, also catch a glimpse of ourselves in the reflection. Caught in the act of seeing ourselves, we then filter out the literal views by combining what we know with what we see. To facilitate new ways of seeing beyond our reflections, we hope our audience will experience the artworks by familiar artists through the prism of a reimagined spatial curation.