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Ghosts of Hiroshima: Japanese artist embodies nuclear tragedies

Now at the Ethnic Heritage Gallery

Clackamas River Series: Where Un-recyclable Trash Becomes a Wooded Riverscape

Photo caption: “Welcome to the Neighborhood” by Robert Dozono, now on view. When Robert Dozono was born in Japan in 1941, his parents, who were Nisei American citizens, found they were too late in registering his...

“Women’s Work” Show at the Art Xchange Continues Feminist Dialogue

Photo caption:  “Collect Calls” by Kathy Liao is now on display at the ArtXChange in Seattle’s Pioneer Square. “The Elles: Pompidou” show at Seattle Art Museum has come and gone, but it has reinvigorated an...

New Geographies of Feminist Art: China, Asia + the World

In the art world, feminist art is not popular. It is often seen as too political, and its study lies within the purview of academia. Within the last couple of decades, world interest in...

Time, Memory and Eternity at Frye Art Museum

Sculptor Li Chen and new media artist Susie J. Lee bring their distinctive meditations and explorations of the human relationship with time to the Frye Art Museum. Li Chen’s pieces, rendered in clay, wood,...

Asian American Art: A History 1850-1970

Chiura Obata’s 1925 painting of flaming sunset skies over the Sacramento Valley that graces the cover of “Asian American Art: A History 1850-1970” is a fitting choice to represent a unique survey of artists....

Asian American Art: A History 1850-1970

Thousands of people marched under record-breaking temperatures reaching 96 degrees along 4th Avenue in downtown Seattle on June 25, the day of 43rd annual Seattle Pride Parade.