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Andrea Chung: Between Too Late and Too Early

November 6, 2024
9:00 am
April 6, 2025
7:00 pm
Andrea Chung: Between Too Late and Too Early


Artist Andrea Chung’s (b. 1978, Newark, NJ) upcoming solo show in the Fall at MOCA’s aim is to bring together recent considerations of Black liberation and an Afrofuturist utopia in conversation with older works.

Working across multiple mediums including intimate collages that use archival images and mixed media, to large scale installations and multichannel video, Andrea Chung’s work investigates the colonial as it relates to motherhood, Blackness, the impact of trauma and the imagination. Using concepts like Drexciya as a springboard, she re-contextualizes history and offers alternate possibilities for self-concept.

About the artist

Andrea Chung (b. 1978, Newark, NJ) lives and works in San Diego, California. She received a BFA from Parsons School of Design, New York, and a MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore. Her work has been exhibited in biennales such as Prospect 4, New Orleans, and the Jamaican Biennale, Kingston, Jamaica as well as the subject of museum solo exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the Manetti Shrem Museum, and the Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada. Her work has been included domestically and internationally at venues recently such as the Nasher Museum at Duke University, Minneapolis Institute of Art,  Frist Art Museum, Ford Foundation Art Galleries, Guangdong Times Museum, and the J. Paul Getty Center. She has participated in national and international residencies including the Vermont Studio Center, McColl Center for Visual Arts, Headlands Center for the Arts, and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Her work has been written about in the Artfile Magazine, New Orleans Times, Picayune, Artnet, The Los Angeles Times, and International Review of African-American Art among others. Her work is included in collections such as the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Rhode Island School of Design Museum, NoVo Foundation, Cleveland Clinic Art & Medicine Institute, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Davis Museum at Wesley College, the Addison Museum of American Art, and the J. Paul Getty Museum.

Artist photo: Courtesy of the artist

Imaj Kredi:
Colostrum IV, 2020 Collage, ink, rhinestones, pins and beads on paper handmade from traditional birthing cloth Framed: 22 x 17 x 2 in. Collection of Stephanie and Timothy Ingrassia

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