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Moira Hahn

Moira Hahn – 396 Park Avenue

I was raised on the East Coast and moved to California as a teenager.  Prior to committing to fine art, I worked in various fields including character animation and illustration.  Clients included Time magazine, Cosmopolitan magazine, The New York Times newspaper, and The New Yorker magazine.

My parents were Japanophiles.  My dad served in WWII in China, for two years, and collected cloisonné and sculptures while avidly photographing rural people and lifestyles near his Army post.  He dreamed of China for the rest of his life, an obsession that affected me and enhanced my curiosity.

Our house was full of art, much of it Asian.  While I was young, a favorite uncle stationed in Osaka regularly sent us ‘care packages’ of Japanese art, toys and apparel.

My art exhibitions, venues and events this year included and/or will include:

2017 “Friends with the Animals”, February-March, Giant Robot II Gallery, Sawtelle Japantown Arts District, LA, CA, curated by Luke Chueh

2017 “Online Exhibition: Politically Inspired Art: Part 2”, Offramp Gallery Blog, curated by Jane Chafin, published March 9, 2017

2017 Online Exhibition: “Red”, Offramp Gallery Blog, curated by Jane Chafin, published May 3, 2017

2017 “The Art of Getting There: Artistry in Trains”, Pasadena Museum of History, Pasadena CA, April 9 – August 7, 2017

2017 “Total Dismay”, Gregorio Escalante Gallery, Invitational group exhibition, curated by Jeffrey Gillette, May – June, 2017

2017 Long Beach Mid-City Art Tour, Long Beach CA, June 3-4, 2017

2017 Laguna Beach Art Museum Store, print exhibition, July > August

2017 San Francisco Asian Art Museum Store, cards, March > December

2017 “Black X-Mas”, Holiday Cash & Carry Show, Gregorio Escalante Gallery, December, 2017

2018 Wondercon, Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim CA, March 23-25

Visit Moira’s website at moirahahn.com