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The Poetry of Everyday Life- Early Japanese American Photographers in Seattle
What is it about an old photograph that stirs the imagination? In a single image, the distilled memories of the past can transport us to a time long forgotten. Currently on exhibit at the Henry Art Gallery, “Shadows of a Fleeting World: Pictorial Photography and the Seattle Camera Club” takes us to early 20th century Seattle in a time when photography was internationally developing as a respected art form.
A Review of “Cultural Confluence”: Urban People of Asian and Native American Heritages
Currently on display at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience in Seattle’s International District is “Cultural Confluence: Urban People of Asian and Native American Heritages” which offers a unique look...
Seattle Asian Art Museum: Chinese Modern Art
A product of China’s Cultural Revolution, artist Wang Huaiqing creates philosophical, layered work, invoking both story and feel.
A Review of Reflection and Abstraction: George Tsutakawa Centennial
The work of father and son artists George and Gerard Tsutakawa is on display in an exhibition entitled “Reflection and Abstraction” at Seattle’s Woodside/Braseth Gallery until Dec. 23. The exhibition celebrates what would have...