Documentary, Our Mess Hall by Henry Sugimoto

過去の展覧会

Henry Sugimoto

Painting an American Experience

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2001年03月24日-10月07日

Japanese American National Museum

At the age of 19, Henry Sugimoto left Japan to make his life in America. Determined to become an artist, he studied in the San Francisco Bay Area and exhibited nationally and internationally.When he was unjustly incarcerated at 42 in the Jerome and Rohwer concentration camps in Arkansas, the experience irreversibly affected how he viewed himself, his art, and the Japanese American experience. The only thing that remained constant was his desire to paint.

This retrospective survey features works from the National Museum’s extensive collection of Sugimoto’s paintings, prints, drawings, and writing, and spans the entirety of his prolific career as an artist. Henry Sugimoto: Painting an American Experience tells the compelling story of an immigrant, a Japanese American, and an artist.

View paintings from the Henry Sugimoto Collection online.

過去のイベント

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講演&シンポジウム

2002年01月31日(木)

Lecture and Book Signing at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, California.
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会員限定イベント

2002年01月30日(水)

Reception at the Crocker Museum in Sacramento, CA
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特別イベント

2002年01月26日(土)

Henry Sugimoto Exhibit Opening at the Crocker Art Museum
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特別イベント

2001年09月16日(日)

Bird Carving Workshop for Children
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講演&シンポジウム

2001年09月15日(土)

Behind the Exhibition: Discovering Henry Sugimoto
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特別イベント

2001年09月09日(日)

2ND SUNDAY FOR FAMILIES
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講演&シンポジウム

2001年09月08日(土)

Art Talk with Allyson Nakamoto
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講演&シンポジウム

2001年08月18日(土)

Camp Artists and Their Teachers: Focus on Arkansas
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講演&シンポジウム

2001年08月11日(土)

Art Talk with Emily Anderson and Flora Ito
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講演&シンポジウム ガイドツアー

2001年07月22日(日)

From Wakayama, Japan to New York City, U.S.A.
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講演&シンポジウム

2001年07月14日(土)

Henry Sugimoto Exhibition Art Talk
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特別イベント

2001年07月08日(日)

2ND SUNDAY FOR FAMILIES
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講演&シンポジウム

2001年07月07日(土)

The Art of Injustice: Messages Behind the Images
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講演&シンポジウム

2001年06月16日(土)

A Conversation with Madeleine Sugimoto
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講演&シンポジウム

2001年06月09日(土)

Art Talk with Emily Anderson and Flora Ito
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講演&シンポジウム

2001年05月12日(土)

Art Talk with Cheryl Walker
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講演&シンポジウム

2001年04月14日(土)

Art Talk with Vicky Murakami
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特別イベント

2001年02月11日(日)

2ND SUNDAY FOR FAMILIES

2001年03月24日-10月07日

Japanese American National Museum

At the age of 19, Henry Sugimoto left Japan to make his life in America. Determined to become an artist, he studied in the San Francisco Bay Area and exhibited nationally and internationally.When he was unjustly incarcerated at 42 in the Jerome and Rohwer concentration camps in Arkansas, the experience irreversibly affected how he viewed himself, his art, and the Japanese American experience. The only thing that remained constant was his desire to paint.

This retrospective survey features works from the National Museum’s extensive collection of Sugimoto’s paintings, prints, drawings, and writing, and spans the entirety of his prolific career as an artist. Henry Sugimoto: Painting an American Experience tells the compelling story of an immigrant, a Japanese American, and an artist.

View paintings from the Henry Sugimoto Collection online.

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