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Works by Asian American Artists from the Collection

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Artwork: Chan Chao, "Aung Ko with Yan Naing," Burma: Something Went Wrong (series), May 1997, chromogenic print #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Visual And Performing Arts, National Gallery Of Art, Asian American, Burma, American Artists, Art Object, Performance Art, Social Studies, Kos
Aung Ko with Yan Naing
Artwork: Chan Chao, "Aung Ko with Yan Naing," Burma: Something Went Wrong (series), May 1997, chromogenic print #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artist Ming Wang fled from Japanese-occupied China in 1939 at age 18 and emigrated to the United States in 1951. Wang set up a frame shop in Washington DC, and there began making art that combined traditional Chinese calligraphy with  unconventional materials and themes.  Ming Wang, "Worldly Spirit," 1976, color woodcut on Japanese paper, Gift of Jacob Kainen #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Chinese Calligraphy, Caligraphy, Japanese Paper, Traditional Chinese, Make Art, Frame Shop, Woodcut
Worldly Spirit
Artist Ming Wang fled from Japanese-occupied China in 1939 at age 18 and emigrated to the United States in 1951. Wang set up a frame shop in Washington DC, and there began making art that combined traditional Chinese calligraphy with unconventional materials and themes. Ming Wang, "Worldly Spirit," 1976, color woodcut on Japanese paper, Gift of Jacob Kainen #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: Ansei Uchima, "Night Lights," 1957, color woodcut, Rosenwald Collection #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Night Lights, Beautiful Paintings, Pacific, Visual Art
Night Lights
Artwork: Ansei Uchima, "Night Lights," 1957, color woodcut, Rosenwald Collection #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: Keiko Hara, Craig Cornwall, "Verse – Space M-IV," 2006, color lithograph with hand additions on wove paper, Gift of Ainslie and Keith Peoples in memory of Barbara Frost Harkness #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Woven Paper, Additions, Cornwall, Keith, Lithograph
Verse – Space M-IV
Artwork: Keiko Hara, Craig Cornwall, "Verse – Space M-IV," 2006, color lithograph with hand additions on wove paper, Gift of Ainslie and Keith Peoples in memory of Barbara Frost Harkness #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: Anne Chu, "Untitled," 1995, printed letterpress on Somerset paper, Gift of Werner H. and Sarah-Ann Kramarsky #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Art Teacher Resources, Sarah Ann, K12, Somerset, Letterpress
Untitled
Artwork: Anne Chu, "Untitled," 1995, printed letterpress on Somerset paper, Gift of Werner H. and Sarah-Ann Kramarsky #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: Norio Azuma, "In Black Space," color serigraph, Rosenwald Collection #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Black Space, Serigraph, Abstract Paintings, Modernist
In Black Space
Artwork: Norio Azuma, "In Black Space," color serigraph, Rosenwald Collection #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: Maya Lin, "Latitude New York City," 2013, Vermont Darby marble, Gift of Louise and Leonard Riggio #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Maya Lin, Darby, Leonard, Vermont, Latitude
Latitude New York City
Artwork: Maya Lin, "Latitude New York City," 2013, Vermont Darby marble, Gift of Louise and Leonard Riggio #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: Ray Yoshida was a Chicago-based artist who taught at the Art Institute of Chicago for years, influencing many artists. [Ray Yoshida, "See," 1995, color lithograph on buff wove paper, Gift of Bob Stana and Tom Judy] #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Chicago Imagists, Art Institute Of Chicago, Kids Rugs
See
Artwork: Ray Yoshida was a Chicago-based artist who taught at the Art Institute of Chicago for years, influencing many artists. [Ray Yoshida, "See," 1995, color lithograph on buff wove paper, Gift of Bob Stana and Tom Judy] #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: In February 1942, Ruth Asawa's father Umakichi, a 60 year-old farmer who had been living in the United States for forty years, was arrested by FBI agents and taken to a camp in New Mexico. The family did not see him for almost two years.  [Ruth Asawa, "Umakichi," 1965, lithograph (stone) in black on white Arches paper, Gift of Dorothy J. and Benjamin B. Smith] #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Ruth Asawa, Arches Paper, Fbi, Agents, Benjamin
Umakichi
Artwork: In February 1942, Ruth Asawa's father Umakichi, a 60 year-old farmer who had been living in the United States for forty years, was arrested by FBI agents and taken to a camp in New Mexico. The family did not see him for almost two years. [Ruth Asawa, "Umakichi," 1965, lithograph (stone) in black on white Arches paper, Gift of Dorothy J. and Benjamin B. Smith] #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: Ruth Asawa, "Nude," 1965, lithograph (stone) in black on Copperplate Deluxe paper, Gift of Dorothy J. and Benjamin B. Smith #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Black Mountain College, Josef Albers, Guggenheim Museum, List Of Artists, Whitney Museum, Film Stills, Moma
Nude
Artwork: Ruth Asawa, "Nude," 1965, lithograph (stone) in black on Copperplate Deluxe paper, Gift of Dorothy J. and Benjamin B. Smith #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: Ruth Asawa said "an artist must be technically competent to create the vision that he sees and the artist must be self-sufficient, earning a living from his artistic expressions . . . It is the responsibility of the artist in his artistic voice to challenge society, to influence its culture, to shape its future."  [Ruth Asawa, "Flowers VI," 1965, lithograph (stone) in red, green and violet, Gift of Dorothy J. and Benjamin B. Smith] #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm University Of New Mexico, Public Artwork, Mexico Art, Lithography, Hydrangea
Flowers VI
Artwork: Ruth Asawa said "an artist must be technically competent to create the vision that he sees and the artist must be self-sufficient, earning a living from his artistic expressions . . . It is the responsibility of the artist in his artistic voice to challenge society, to influence its culture, to shape its future." [Ruth Asawa, "Flowers VI," 1965, lithograph (stone) in red, green and violet, Gift of Dorothy J. and Benjamin B. Smith] #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: "A child can learn something about color, about design, and about observing objects in nature. If you do that, you grow into a greater awareness of things around you. Art will make people better, more highly skilled in thinking ... It makes a person broader." [Ruth Asawa, "Chair," 1965, lithograph (stone) in black on Copperplate Deluxe paper, Gift of Dorothy J. and Benjamin B. Smith] #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Duro Olowu, Archives Of American Art, Design Museum
Chair
Artwork: "A child can learn something about color, about design, and about observing objects in nature. If you do that, you grow into a greater awareness of things around you. Art will make people better, more highly skilled in thinking ... It makes a person broader." [Ruth Asawa, "Chair," 1965, lithograph (stone) in black on Copperplate Deluxe paper, Gift of Dorothy J. and Benjamin B. Smith] #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: Martin Wong, "The Vogels," 1985, black ballpoint pen on wove paper, Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Ballpoint Pen, Dorothy
The Vogels
Artwork: Martin Wong, "The Vogels," 1985, black ballpoint pen on wove paper, Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: Artist Binh Danh investigates his Vietnamese heritage and our collective memory of war, both in Vietnam and Cambodia—work that, in his own words, deals with "mortality, memory, history, landscape, justice, evidence, and spirituality." [Binh Danh, "Ghost of Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum #1," 2008, daguerreotype, Alfred H. Moses and Fern M. Schad Fund] #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm America Images, Romare Bearden, History Education, Contemporary Photographers, Artist Biography, Daguerreotype, Image Makers
Ghost of Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum #1
Artwork: Artist Binh Danh investigates his Vietnamese heritage and our collective memory of war, both in Vietnam and Cambodia—work that, in his own words, deals with "mortality, memory, history, landscape, justice, evidence, and spirituality." [Binh Danh, "Ghost of Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum #1," 2008, daguerreotype, Alfred H. Moses and Fern M. Schad Fund] #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm
Artwork: Dong M. Kingman, "Bay at Sunrise," 1940, lithograph, Reba and Dave Williams Collection, Gift of Reba and Dave Williams #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm Sf Moma, American West, San Francisco Museums, Museum Of Modern Art, Dong
Bay at Sunrise
Artwork: Dong M. Kingman, "Bay at Sunrise," 1940, lithograph, Reba and Dave Williams Collection, Gift of Reba and Dave Williams #asianpacificamericanheritagemonth #apahm