You are invited to the opening reception  for Hue Lee who is in the exhibition “The Black Rainbow,” curated by Aaron Landcastle on Saturday July 7 from 5 to 9 PM.

Hui’s work will be on display from Saturday, July 7 until Saturday, July 28, 2018.  

“The Black Rainbow”includes sixteen exceptional  artists who live and work in the Hudson Valley: Laura Andrighetti, Don Bruschi, Will Dayer, David Factor,  Julianne Farella, Alexa Floresta, Nick Lathrop,  Hui Lee, Anthony Licata,   Julian Mackinnon, Xek Noir, Wade Nobile, Anthony Powley, Noah David Roberts, William Rodriguez, and Dayle Zelitch.  The opening reception for “The Black Rainbow” will include a “random interruption.” 


Hui Lee, At the Heart of all This Beauty Lies Something Inhuman, 2018, NFS

About Hui Lee

Hui Lee. “At the Heart of all This Beauty Lies Something Inhuman,” 2018,  explores the transience of one’s inner condition when confronted by the Absurd. The work attempts to express the incompatibility of thought, the inconsistency of emotion, and the subjectivity of experiences by means of [dis]connecting polarities with material. Translucent fabric both encases the present state in which the bouquet exists and renders the process of decomposition visible throughout the duration of the exhibition. Fragmented verses collected from irregular prose aims to treat the dichotomy of the existential self and interpersonal relationships, as well as demonstrates an intimate attempt at reconciliation with the fragility and fluidity of meaning. The artist continues to examine the simultaneity of origination/dissolution. Hui Lee is based in Hudson, NY and is currently pursuing a BFA in Sculpture at Bard College.