Interview with MICA MFA Candidate Andrea Chung on MyArtSpace.Com

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Agatha Barton I, 85 x 45 ¾ inches, Acrylic on paper, 2006

In Brian Sherwin’s words “I was introduced to the art of Andrea Chung while visiting the New Insight exhibit at Art Chicago. Andrea’s current artwork explores the relationships between exported goods of the New World, such as sugarcane, rum, allspice and bananas, and the imported laborers and the stories and ideas that these relationships carried. Andrea is currently finishing her studies at the Maryland Institute College of Art….”

To read the whole interview, click here.

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