Another side street of Dusti Bongé’s art production being explored in partnership with her foundation: Dusti Bongé plate design.
1956 was a big year for Mississippi modernist painter Dusti Bongé in New York and hopefully 2022 will be as well.
The early ’50s marked a stylistic turn for Dusti Bongé when she started moving away from her surrealist and abstracted Keyhole Figures.
Dusti Bongé abstract expressionist paintings are what first attracted me to her. I saw them in an exhibition of her work at the Ogden Museum.
See Great Art’s partnership with the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation focuses on the artist’s spirituality and how that influenced her practice.
Our partnership with the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation this week centers on a most unusual pairing: nuns and surrealism.
For this week’s picture in our partnership with the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation we are treated to a Dusti Bongé surrealist portrait.
Hollis Taggart presents “Kinship: Dusti Bongé and Betty Parsons,” dedicated to exploring the close relationship between artist and gallerist.
Installation of Dusti Bongé Exhibition at Betty Parsons Gallery, Lyle Bongé, 1962, photograph; Paul Bongé Collection.
This week, we travel to Biloxi through the eyes of Dusti Bongé Biloxi native daughter and longtime resident.
Dusti Bongé’s output during the 1970s includes small to medium sized works where she is experimenting with various color compositions.