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Surrealist Nude Compositions by Han Nguyen

June 25, 2019

Exhibition

This exhibition in La Jolla presents a selection of Han Nguyen’s small-scale black and white photographs, which are comprised of varying layers of imagery that present the nude figure within a field of relating forms and tones, while referencing art history.

© Han Nguyen

Nguyen’s delicate and transformative imagery investigates beauty, perception, and the medium itself through modest working methods that employ pinhole cameras, fabricated studio arrangements, collage, photogram image-making processes, and subtle color toning and print masking procedures.

© Han Nguyen

Included in the exhibition is also be a large-scale color piece from Han Nguyen’s series.

Han Nguyen: Nude Compositions

May 02, 2019 – June 14, 2019

Joseph Bellows Gallery
7661 Girard Avenue
La Jolla, CA 92037

www.josephbellows.com

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