Multiple Exposures Gallery | Soomin Ham RECOLLECTIONS

By Editorial Team on February 5, 2024

Sun, February 11 2024 — Sun, March 10 2024

Window | Soomin Ham
Opening Reception: Sunday, February 11 from 2-4pm

Multiple Exposures Gallery is pleased to present RECOLLECTIONS, an exhibition by Soomin Ham that explores the landscape of memories, loss, and dreams through photography. Ham delves into moments and places that have defined her life and uses photographic imagery to reflect on their meaning. Ham’s photo essay goes beyond her self-discovery—her work invites viewers to contemplate the fragments and layers that have shaped their own stories too.

About the Artist
Soomin Ham is a photographer and multimedia artist based in the Washington D.C. area. Her work includes photography, mixed media, and multimedia installations, and it has been exhibited widely throughout the DC area, New York City, and Seoul, Korea. Ham is the recipient of D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities grants, including an Individual Artists Fellowship Grant and Small Projects Grant, and she also has received a Visual Arts Fellowship from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

About Multiple Exposures Gallery
Founded in 1985, Multiple Exposures Gallery is the longest continuously operating fine art photography gallery in the Washington, DC metropolitan area and represents some of the most highly recognized photographers in the region. The gallery features rotating exhibitions of work by its represented artists, often in collaboration with independent, nationally-recognized jurors and curators.

Multiple Exposures Gallery (MEG)
The Torpedo Factory Art Center
105 N Union Street, Studio 312
Alexandria, Virginia