Hyun Jung Ahn is a Korean painter who creates work that investigates personal connection through enigmatic, abstract forms. Ahn earned her first MFA from Duk-Sung Women’s University, Seoul in 2013 and she received her second MFA in painting and drawing from Pratt Institute in 2017. Ahn’s work has been exhibited internationally in Seoul, Tuscany, Miami, San Francisco, and New York City. She participated in residencies including Studio in Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art and Vermont Studio Center. Ahn currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
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