北京塑料三厂：在3画廊很荣幸的宣布，我们将于2016年11月22日至2017年1月7日在画廊的“三层月亮”空间举办特别项目，西班牙艺术家米格尔（Miguel Soler- Roig ）的个人展览《冥想的风景》，展出他的两个最新系列的摄影作品——受到东方主义影响的《在安达鲁西亚的天空》以及充满批判、质问精神的《逻辑的歧义》。此展览将作为对刚刚结束的巴黎摄影展（Paris Photo）J.P.Morgan收藏单元展中米格尔作品表现的一个特殊回应，以及作为同时期在北京开幕的中国－西班牙美术馆馆长的特别项目单元。
《在安达鲁西亚的天空》这个系列中，艺术家受到了东方学与摄影的影响，塑造了一个自我艺术灵感的空间。他从中不仅观望着实现他自我梦想的安达鲁西亚风光，而且去创造这种梦想。艺术家描绘了置身于安达鲁西亚飞地的女性身体，例如格拉纳达的阿尔罕布拉宫，塞维利亚的国王宫，或是位于塞拉利昂 - 阿拉塞纳自然公园的祖弗雷的房子。这些照片中传递出的东方主义概念可以作为西方文化的镜子，或作为一种以颓废的方式来表达的秘密。
 J.P.Morgan收藏单元是由策展人 Lisa K.Erf,从JP Morgan Chase 艺术收藏中挑选的全球摄影艺术家名册，他们的作品将通过探索作为主题和影响的“图像中的图像”的潜质，创造出演变、冲突、迷惑、愉悦与启示的叙事与意义。
Being 3 Gallery is honored to announce the special project Miguel Soler-Roig: Sceneries for Reverie, which will be on view at Three Storyed Luna Space from November 22,2016 to January 7, 2017. This project will present Miguel's two very new seires of work: Under the Andalusian Sky influenced by Orientalism and Logical Ambiguities full of spirit of criticism and questioning. The project is in response to his just-concluded works presented by JP Morgan Private Bank exhibition "PhotoPlay: Pictures-in-Pictures" in Paris Photo. (9-13th, November) and as a collateral project of China-Spain Art Forum to be held in Beijing.
In the series of Under the Andalusian Sky, Miguel has been influenced by the simultaneous birth of orientalism and photography, creating an inspirational artistic space. Not only did he looks at al-Andalus scenery to realize his dreams, but to recreate them. The author portrays the female figure in enclaves of al-Andalus such as the Alhambra in Granada, the King’s Palace in Seville, or the houses of Zufre in the Natural Park of Sierra de Aracena. The concept of Orientalism given in these photographs serves as a mirror of Western culture itself, or as a way to express their secrets in a decadent way.
In this photography series, Soler-Roig gives free rein to his imagination, experimenting the architecture, the female body or the exaltation of an irretrievable past reinterpreted from a contemporary look. The artist is still unable to escape from the fascination of exotic places like Jaen, Granada, Cadiz or Seville, among other cities. He carries out a reinterpreting exercise of some of the clichés and stereotypes most widespread in the Middle East: the eroticism of the harem, the sumptuousness and richness of architectural details and the domestic interiors of rural life, awake in us similar concerns and desires.
In the series of Logical Ambiguity, he delves into the dilemma of inconsistency - such as appearance and connotation, public and private space, and absurd bipolarity manifested in the broader social and political realms. In order to reflect on these jumps and inconsistencies, he in this series checks out some stately residences in Europe and America and delves into the private rooms that are not usually visited by guests. Soler-Roig using a blurring technique puts them on the same level in order to sow doubt in the observer. They are photographs of equally ostentatious and neglected places, however, due to the homogenizing treatment they have been subjected, have become equals in the eyes of the public. Here, his photographic language blurs forms, leaving only boundaries accentuated by flashing lights which provide to the images a glowing widespread appearance, similar to that caused by cataracts, where images appear fuzzy blur by the retina.
The bright spots give us glimpses of the room’s spatiality without defining it at all. This hazy and cloudy appearance caused by a full bokeh, reflected in the architecture, refers to the ideological distortion of social reality: is not gold all that glitters, nor the whole truth visible. The blur in the pictures exceeds the whole area of the called “circle of confusion”, creating a pictorial effect. It resembles an abstract painting; more than a reference it becomes a suggestion, an inspiration or insinuation.
 Drawn from the JP Morgan Chase Art Collection and Chosen by Lisa K.Erf, the collection's chief curator, the JP Morgan collection show will showcase an internaiontal roster of artists, photoplay brings togther works that explore the potential for images within images, as a theme or effect, to create narrative and meaning that evolve, collide, confuse, entertain and illuminate.