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Past Exhibition

The Life and Work of George Hoshida

A Japanese American's Journey

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George Hoshida (1907-1985) was an incarcerated artist who documented camp life with pencil and brushwork in a series of notebooks he kept between 1942 and 1945. This exhibition provides insight into one individual's incarceration experience through examples of Hoshida's artwork and personal correspondence with his family.

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January 01 - May 01, 1997

Japanese American National Museum

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George Hoshida (1907-1985) was an incarcerated artist who documented camp life with pencil and brushwork in a series of notebooks he kept between 1942 and 1945. This exhibition provides insight into one individual's incarceration experience through examples of Hoshida's artwork and personal correspondence with his family.

*Please note that we have recently launched a new version of our website. We will be adding more content from the previous site soon.

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January 01 - May 01, 1997

Japanese American National Museum

About this Exhibition

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George Hoshida (1907-1985) was an incarcerated artist who documented camp life with pencil and brushwork in a series of notebooks he kept between 1942 and 1945. This exhibition provides insight into one individual's incarceration experience through examples of Hoshida's artwork and personal correspondence with his family.

*Please note that we have recently launched a new version of our website. We will be adding more content from the previous site soon.

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