Artforum notes that The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA, Director Youn Bummo) presents a large-scale solo exhibition of work by Chung, one of Korea’s representative monochrome-abstract artists. The exhibition Chung Sang Hwa intends to provide a retrospective of as well as a renewed look at the artist’s authentic body of work and contextualize it within the history of Korean abstract art.
A friend hipped me to Ann recently.
John Little was born in 1907 in Alabama and as a teenager attended the Buffalo Fine Arts academy from 1924 to 1927. Soon after he moved to New York, where he began operatic vocal training and opened what became a very successful textile business designing fabric and wallpaper. In 1933 he began classes at the Art Students League with George Grosz, painting mainly Cezannesque landscapes. In 1937 he started working with Hans Hofmann in both New York and Provincetown, which pushed him towards abstraction.
Mar has new work up/in Lost/Found at Golden Belt gallery, organized by Durham Art Guild. They aren’t abstraction but certainly abstracted both compositionally and in her consideration of the act of looking.