exhibitions > Drawings by An Hoang (10/23/20 - 11/21/20)

An Hoang: Drawings
Curated by Hilary Schaffner

“My painting process often involves many layers of paint; wiping away, reacting to a mark, and destroying it, and allowing the painting to evolve and reveal itself in the studio. I recently figured out that this process is what I needed to do in the drawings; using a variety of media (watercolor, pencil, oil pastel, etc.) in layers, in order to achieve a similar feeling in the work. I tend to be more experimental in my drawings because there is not a sense of scarcity of material or time. The drawings are not templates for larger paintings, but they exist alongside the paintings and inform them as a back-and-forth conversation.”

An Hoang lives in the Lower Hudson Valley, NY with a studio in Brooklyn, NY. Solo exhibitions include Turn Gallery, NYC; Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY; Tracey Morgan Gallery, Asheville, NC and Livingstone Gallery, The Netherlands. Recent group exhibitions include Able Baker Contemporary, Portland, ME; Susan Inglett Gallery, New York, NY; Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY; The Willows, New York, NY and Wilder, Nashville, TN; as well as The Islip Art Museum, NY.

An Hoang, Untitled 1
watercolor crayon on paper
An Hoang, Untitled 2
watercolor crayon on paper
An Hoang, Untitled 3
watercolor crayon on paper