Japanese American National Museum
One hundred thirty paintings, covering various topics, including: Japanese American internment in Camp Jerome and Camp Rohwer in Arkansas; his life and work as an artist in France; landscape studies of various locations in California, France, and Mexico; and paintings of figures, portraits, and Christian allegories
Brooklyn Museum
Cleveland Museum of Art - Ingalls Library
Cleveland Museum of Art - Ingalls Library
Cleveland Museum of Art - Ingalls Library
Cincinnati and Hamilton County Public Library
University of Utah - J. Willard Marriott Library
Date original:16 February 2002
Getty Research Institute
Resource comprises video recordings and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted by the Japanese American National Museum (JANM) in conjunction with their 2011-2012 exhibition, "Drawing the Line: Japanese American Art, Design and Activism in Post-War Los Angeles." The exhibition explored "the changing notions of identity and community in Post-War Japanese American Los Angeles, from the 1950s to the early 1980s. Art and activism combine and are redefined through landmark works by a diverse group of exceptional artists and designers." The interviews were conducted with a broad group of artists, whose specialties include visual art, performing art, film making, graphic design, and automotive design. Interviews were also conducted with founders of Gidra, a UCLA student newspaper (1969-1974) that focused on political advocacy and Asian American identity. The exhibition and related interviews were part of Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A., a city-wide research project that focused ... Read More
Cleveland Museum of Art - Ingalls Library
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Hand-carved ivory chrysanthemum branch.