United States of America, 1969
Acrylic, crayon on canvas
40” x 30” in
102 x 76.2 cm
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“Bundle of Life” comes from a series of “red” paintings which are constructed out of thin flowing lines. No brushes are used to create in this painting so as to maximize the spontaneity in the act of painting. The painting investigates the micro-macro relationship of individual and society and the interconnectedness of people’s lives within the seeming complexities of contemporary societies.
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Debbie Han is a contemporary Korean-American artist acclaimed for her appropriation of classical imagery to interrogate predominant notions of gender, race, identity and power relations. Most famous for the award-winning Graces, a series of hyperrealistic images subverting the classical greco-roman ... see the artist page