Han Hong Park is a Korean artist. His most famous series "Rain" exemplifies the meaning that art has for him. The paintings of New York's cityscapes under the rain are the embodiment of peace, joy and serenity. Park tries to fight the sombreness affecting people when raining through vigorous brush strokes and a rich palette whose many nuances tell the story of all the objects touched by the falling water drops. Park sees rain as an integral part of New York, a mirror in which all its colours, perfumes and movements are reflected. Park's art is sensible to the unique life of many cities around the world of which he tries to grasp the fleeting uniqueness under the rain. His paintings were selected by the Louis Vuitton Foundation to represent Korea at the 2013 Venice Biennale. Since then Park's success has increased considerably.