This solo exhibition, at Alisan Fine Arts’ recently opened New York gallery, celebrates the art of pioneering ink artist Lui Shou-Kwan (1919–1975). Lui’s first exhibition in New York presents transformative works from the artist’s career that bridge tradition and modernity while sparking new dialogue in the international art community. Lui was a vanguard figure of the New Ink Movement in Hong Kong, a movement that reimagined the Chinese Ink tradition and flourished from the 1950s to 1970s. Extremely influential to generations of artists after him, Lui was instrumental in transforming traditional Chinese ink painting into a modern, global art form.