Seonna Hong is the “Late Bloomer” @ Hashimoto Contemporary, Los Angeles

Seonna Hong’s world always appear lonely but simultaneously a place you would want to be. They are worlds that feel distant and yet familiar, with cave-like entries and forest like expanses are frequent, and the characters all tend to be wandering toward an unknown barrier. In her newest solo show, Late Bloomer, on view at Hashimoto’s new Los Angeles space, the artist is look inward at her own Korean-American identity while looking outward toward a climate crisis and world of continuous turmoil. 

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