Robert Klein Gallery is currently showing Han Feng: The Gift both in-person and online through March 13. The Gift features the recent work of Chinese designer and photographer Han Feng. Feng picked up photography a few years ago under the encouragement of friends and colleagues, utilizing her eye for visuals. She's spent the last year in her New York City studio, creating still-life photographs and waiting out the pandemic. These photographs comprise The Gift, the first exhibition of Feng's fine art photographs. The series of 20 photographs consists of still-lifes depicting the artist's fruits, vegetables and ceramics. The title of the exhibit comes from her love of ceramics, cuisine and photography, and her affection for the items in each photograph. The fruits and vegetables came from local specialty and farmers markets in New York City, and the ceramic items are gifts from other artists and pieces from Feng's private collection. “The earth gives us these beautiful, even ordinary things,” she says, “I love to share them with friends, I really feel like they are a gift.” The various elements of each photograph are artfully arranged, and the juxtaposition of local produce with ceramics from across the world calls back to the pandemic the photographs were created in. Despite this, Feng still says, "There is a lot of surprise, fun and joy in the photographs." That joy is present in every piece in The Gift through the playful composition and creative combinations of elements. Robert Klein Gallery is located at 38 Newbury Street Suite #402 in Boston, Massachusetts and is open TuesdayFriday 10:00 a.m.5:30 p.m. and Saturday 11:00 a.m.5:00 p.m. For more information and to view the exhibit online, visit