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過去の展覧会

A Process of Reflection

Paintings by Hisako Hibi

In May 1942, Issei artist Hisako Hibi (1907–1991) and her family were sent to U.S. concentration camps along with over 120,000 other Japanese Americans. An active artist in the Bay Area, Hibi continued to paint during her three years in the Topaz, Utah concentration camp. Her World War II incarceration paintings miraculously survived several decades, including a move to New York City and then to San Francisco.

This exhibition of selected paintings by this important artist sheds light on her early career and this crucial historical period.

1999年07月27日-2000年01月30日

Japanese American National Museum

In May 1942, Issei artist Hisako Hibi (1907–1991) and her family were sent to U.S. concentration camps along with over 120,000 other Japanese Americans. An active artist in the Bay Area, Hibi continued to paint during her three years in the Topaz, Utah concentration camp. Her World War II incarceration paintings miraculously survived several decades, including a move to New York City and then to San Francisco.

This exhibition of selected paintings by this important artist sheds light on her early career and this crucial historical period.

1999年07月27日-2000年01月30日

Japanese American National Museum

In May 1942, Issei artist Hisako Hibi (1907–1991) and her family were sent to U.S. concentration camps along with over 120,000 other Japanese Americans. An active artist in the Bay Area, Hibi continued to paint during her three years in the Topaz, Utah concentration camp. Her World War II incarceration paintings miraculously survived several decades, including a move to New York City and then to San Francisco.

This exhibition of selected paintings by this important artist sheds light on her early career and this crucial historical period.

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