Annette Hur was born in South Korea and currently lives and works in Brooklyn. Recent exhibitions include solo/group exhibitions at Assembly Room, Wallach gallery, Gavin Brown Enterprise, Urban Zen, Times Square Space, 33 Orchard gallery in New York; Fairleigh Dickenson University in New Jersey; Heaven Gallery, Chicago Artists Coalition, Boundary in Chicago. Hur’s work was featured in Freind of The Arist Volume 11, Create! Magazine issue 13, New American Paintings issues 134 & 135, the online art publications: Bad at Sports and Third Coast Review, the online news(Korea): Naeil News, The preview, Sisa today. Hur was a nominee for Rema Hort Mann Grant in 2019, a resident of BOLT Residency at Chicago Artists Coalition in 2016-2017. Hur holds a BA from Ewha Women's University(2008), BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and MFA(2019) from Columbia University.
Annette Hur: Willful UnknowingJanuary 14 - February 13, 2021The metaphorical use of insects, animals, and nature delves into the expressive power of the simplest apparatus of a living human body: instinct, intuition, fear, survival. Hur demonstrates this with hyper color-filled large-scale oil paintings that flex between abstract and recognizable forms, such as a falling rabbit, flowers, butterflies or...