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J. T. Sata Exhibition: Curator Tour with Dennis Reed and Robert Hori

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Tours

J. T. Sata Exhibition: Curator Tour with Dennis Reed and Robert Hori

About the Event

Join exhibition curator Dennis Reed and Robert Hori, associate director of Cultural Programs at the Huntington, for a walkthrough of JANM’s exhibition, J. T. Sata: Immigrant Modernist. The exhibition comprises sixty photographs by J. T. Sata, photographs of Sata’s concentration camp paintings and drawings, and family artifacts from camp. Reed will talk about Sata’s photography and legacy as well as the process of curating the exhibition. Hori will share his reflections on Sata’s work and its relationship with Japanese culture and aesthetics.

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General: Tickets available May 18

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Entry included in JANM Admission ($16 adults, $9 seniors/students/youth, Free for JANM Members)

Saturday, Aug 17, 2024

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM PDT

Japanese American National Museum

100 North Central Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90012

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About the Event

Join exhibition curator Dennis Reed and Robert Hori, associate director of Cultural Programs at the Huntington, for a walkthrough of JANM’s exhibition, J. T. Sata: Immigrant Modernist. The exhibition comprises sixty photographs by J. T. Sata, photographs of Sata’s concentration camp paintings and drawings, and family artifacts from camp. Reed will talk about Sata’s photography and legacy as well as the process of curating the exhibition. Hori will share his reflections on Sata’s work and its relationship with Japanese culture and aesthetics.

Members: Pre-sale tickets available now
General: Tickets available May 18

Not a current JANM Member? Join or renew now!

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Dennis Reed

Dennis Reed

Dennis Reed is a curator, collector, artist, and writer who is best known for rediscovering Japanese American art photographers whose works were lost in the mass incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. He has curated over 50 exhibitions for such institutions as the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Huntington, the Corcoran Gallery, and JANM. Among his publications are Pictorialism in California: Photography, 1900-1940, Japanese Photography in America, 1920-1940, and Making Waves: Japanese American Photography, 1920-1940. He is the retired Dean of Arts at Los Angeles Valley College and the former chair of the Photographic Arts Council at LACMA.

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