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b. 1935, South Korea

Ha Chong-Hyun in Ocula Magazine

Ha Chong-Hyun Ocula Conversation Ha Chong-Hyun By Ines Min, Paris

Among the now internationally acclaimed Dansaekhwa artists, Ha Chong-Hyun (b. South Korea, 1935) is notable for his undeniable influence on the shifting landscape of Korean art in the 1960s and '70s. A part of the first wave of artists to embrace abstraction in South Korea, he also cofounded A.G., a pioneering avant-garde collective that gave...

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$20m Joan Mitchell Leads Sales at Art Basel in Hong Kong Ocula News $20m Joan Mitchell Leads Sales at Art Basel in Hong Kong Hong Kong, 21 May 2021

No other work came close, but sales in the six-figure range were strong.

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Editorial Selections at Art Basel OVR: Pioneers Ocula Insight Editorial Selections at Art Basel OVR: Pioneers By Ocula Magazine, Online

Ocula's editors select their picks from OVR: Pioneers, Art Basel's online platform featuring artists who have forged new trajectories in art.

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Ha Chong-Hyun: An Introduction to a Leading Artist Ocula Insight Ha Chong-Hyun: An Introduction to a Leading Artist By Ocula IGTV

In this IGTV video, Felicia Chen, associate director of Blum & Poe, Tokyo, provides a short but insightful introduction to Korean-born artist Ha Chong Hyun 's practice through a discussion of the works exhibited by Blum & Poe in the artist's solo exhibition, which took place at the gallery's Tokyo space between 23 March–18 May 2019)....

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Beyond Influence: The Legacy of Korean Monochrome Painting Ocula Feature Beyond Influence: The Legacy of Korean Monochrome Painting By Stephanie Bailey, London

'One thing to remember about Tansaekhwa is that it was never an official movement,' Joan Kee, Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, explains in an email interview. 'There was no manifesto, no declaration—not even a series of exhibitions consciously organized under that rubric.' 

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