An Hoang

Born in 1978 in Washington D.C.

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

An Hoang was born in Washington D.C. and lives in the Lower Hudson Valley, NY. Recent exhibitions include Turn Gallery, New York, NY; Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY; Tracey Morgan Gallery, Asheville, NC; Able Baker Contemporary, Portland, ME; Leftfield Gallery, Los Osos, CA; Livingstone Gallery, The Netherlands.

Hoang’s abstract paintings reference her fleeting memories of nature and the urban landscape, suggesting a felt experience. In Forest for Trees, Hoang’s canvases are enveloped in oils of smokey lavenders, chilled grays and luminous pinks, capturing the poetic wandering of our senses. Her intuitive marks are brushed and smeared on, scraped and wiped off, and built up in layers, until a lush surface reveals itself. The quiet harmonies of nature’s twilight colors are offset by flares of bold or vibrant color which lure the viewer into her mysterious and fluid abstractions. Evoking a tangible echo of memory, the spirit of the place within Hoang’s paintings feels specifically familiar yet their abstraction eludes any permanent intent.

Group shows at Ceysson Gallery
Body Full of Stars , New York
June 21 - July 28, 2023

Expositions Personnelles et à Deux Personnes 


THE APPLE AND THE MOONHalsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY


When a Cloud Leaves the SkyTurn Gallery, New York, NY


Day Break, Tracy Morgan Gallery, Asheville, NC


An Hoang, Drawings, Able Baker Contemporary, Portland, ME


An Hoang, TURN Gallery, New York, NY


Forest for Trees, Tracy Morgan Gallery, Asheville, NC


Shifting Terrain, An Hoang and Andy Mister, TURN Gallery, New York, NY


As The Crow Flies, Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY


the space between, Livingstone Gallery, The Hague, NL

Expositions Collectives 


Ten Year Anniversary Show, Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Eddy’s Room, curated by Austin Eddy, Leftfield Gallery, Los Osos, CA

Four + One To Grow On, Tracy Morgan Gallery, Asheville, NC


Viewing Room: Keyhole, TURN Gallery, New York, NY


JOLLY CROWN, curated by Jesse Littlefield, Able Baker Contemporary, Portland, ME


Drawings at the Wythe Hotel, Brooklyn, NY

Summer Selections, Tracey Morgan Gallery, Asheville, NC


Inconvenient Interiors, Wilder, Nashville, TN

IF YOU BUILT IT, The Willows, New York,NY

Style: From the world of Eddie Borgo, Paddle8, New York, NY


The last Bruccennial, presented by Bruce High Quality Foundation and Vito Schnabel, New York, NY

Spring Break Art Show, curated by Adam Mignanelli, Ballast Projects, NY


Works on Paper, TSA, Brooklyn, NY

ARTWALK NY, 82 Mercer St, Brooklyn, NY


HABEAS CORPUS, Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Mum’s the Word, curated by Hilary Harkness, Mills Pond Gallery, Smithtown, NY

On the Road Again, Livingstone Gallery, The Hague, NL

ARTWALK NY, 82 Mercer St, Brooklyn, NY


THISISORGANIZED, curated by Hope Gangloff, Susan Ingeltt Gallery, New York, NY

Chain Letter, Samson Project, Boston MA Pretty Vacant, 95 4th Street, Brooklyn, NY

Livingstone on paper I, Livingstone Gallery, The Hague, NL

ARTWALK NY, Sklight Studios, Brooklyn, NY


Rock, Paper, Scissors, Livingstone Gallery, The Hague, NL

All in the Family, curated by Jason Paradis, Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY

Domestic City, curated by Vince Contarino and Nichole VanBeek, Kidd Yellin, Brooklyn, NY

Pulse Art Fair, New York, with Livingstone Gallery Art Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL, with Livingstone Gallery


Invited Artist in Residence, Sandro Paris Homme Workshop, New York, NY, 2014

Expositions Organisées


Ramblin’ Round, Stonehouse Art Projects, Cortlandt Manor, NY.

Derek Aylward, Ted Gahl, Kimia Ferdowsi Kline, Sangram Majundar


Searching for Spring, Stonehouse Art Projects, Cortlandt, NY. Jesse Littlefield, Joseph Hart, Matt Phillips, Meghan Brady


Finders Keepers for Frederieke Taylor Gallery at TSA, Brooklyn, NY. Todd Knopke, Andy Ness, Joseph Hart, Blaze Lamper


Almost Home, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York, NY. Olive Ayhens, Alison Fox, Benjamin Britton, Michael Hayden


R.C. Baker, “Best in Show: Undercurrent at Frederieke Taylor”, Village Voice, August 30- September 5