AN exhibition of the recent works of six young artists who took part in the Contemporary Hongkong Art Biennial Exhibition last year is now being held at the Museum of Art. More than 40 pieces of artworks, including Chinese paintings, Western paintings, sculptures, ceramics, photography and installations, will be on display at the ''Urban Council Fine Arts Award Winners'' exhibition. Speaking at the opening ceremony of the exhibition, Urban Councillor Albert Poon Shun-kwok said: ''These works demonstrate the distinctive styles and artistic achievements of the artists who won the Urban Council Fine Arts Award last year.'' The winner of the Chinese painting category was Hung Hoi; the Western painting category, Bovey Lee Bo-yee; the sculpture category, Victor Li Ki-kwok; the ceramics category, Wu Wing-yee; the photography category, Shya Wing-hong, and the installation category, Lam Kong. The exhibits display the different styles and modes of expression of these artists, dealing with aesthetic, spatial, intellectual and emotional elements. ''Since its establishment in 1975, the Urban Council Fine Arts Award has been acknowledged as an arena for local artists to test themselves and to display their creative talents,'' Mr Poon said. The exhibition will be held in the Special Exhibition Gallery of the Museum of Art from now till September 5. The museum is open from 10 am to 6 pm from Monday to Saturday and from 1 pm to 6 pm on Sundays and public holidays. It is closed on Thursdays. Admission is $10 (half-price for students and senior citizens).