Gallerist Sundaram Tagore said, "We are excited to present works that are very unique – they are from our Asian artists, representing Korea, Japan, India, and Uzbekistan. Seen together, they weave a very dynamic dialogue and address issues of east and west." Tagore added that, "The works have powerful aesthetics but most importantly all the artists have roots deep in eastern culture. The works are compelling because Asia's culture is enormously diverse and influential, particularly at this time in history."
Korean painter Hosook Kang uses dense images of flying cranes, referencing redemption—a significant theme that runs through Korean and Japanese symbology. Internationally renowned Indian photographer Subhankar Banerjee is known for beautiful works akin to the tradition of Ansel Adams. Banerjee focuses on indigenous cultures that are disappearing and the effects of global climate change. Hiroshi Senju's references to water are powerful and evocative. Nathan Slate Joseph's work on galvanized steel relates to materials found in urban centers in Asia.