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Kiyoto Ota, El Nido, 2007, redwood. Photo by TALLA/Taller de Arte y Arquitectura, México-Japón.

 

Kiyoto Ota, El Nido, 2007, redwood. Photo by TALLA/Taller de Arte y Arquitectura, México-Japón.

 

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Transpacific Borderlands – FIRST & CENTRAL: The JANM Blog

An Interview with Transpacific Borderlands Curator Kris Kuramitsu
February 15, 2018 Transpacific Borderlands: The Art of Japanese Diaspora in Lima, Los ...
An Interview with Filmmaker Renee Tajima-Peña
January 18, 2018 Renee Tajima-Peña is an Oscar-nominated filmmaker and professor of Asian ...
Transpacific Borderlands Artist Shizu Saldamando Pays Tribute to Camp Survivors in Upcoming Craft Workshop
November 29, 2017 Born to parents of Japanese and Mexican descent, Shizu Saldamando ...
“Transpacific Musiclands” Celebrates Japanese/Latinx Cultural Exchange and Collaboration
October 5, 2017 I have a friend in Tokyo. His name is Shin ...
Transpacific Borderlands Sneak Peek: Erica Kaminishi’s Prunusplastus
September 13, 2017 It’s a big week here at JANM as we ...

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