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|Title: ||East-West Interchanges in American Art: a long and tumultuous relationship|
|Authors: ||Mills, Cynthia|
Goerlitz, Amelia A.
|Keywords: ||American Art|
United States and Asia relations
|Issue Date: ||21-Feb-2012|
|Publisher: ||Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press|
|Citation: ||Mills, Cynthia, Glazer, Lee and Goerlitz, Amelia A., eds. East-West Interchanges in American Art: a long and tumultuous relationship pp. 295|
|Series/Report no.: ||Smithsonian Contribution to Knowledge|
|Abstract: ||The East–West Interchanges in American Art symposium was convened at the Smithsonian American Art Museum on October 1–2, 2009. It is one of a series of Terra Symposia on American Art in a Global Context. This book brings together papers from the symposium that offer new avenues for research on Asian–U.S. artistic exchange. Each essay explores an aspect of the many ways in which American and Asian artists have interacted from the eighteenth century to present.
food to film, and from music to cars and medicine. Moreover, Asian Americans are a rapidly growing demographic group; population analysts predict that at least one in 10 U.S. residents will be of Asian heritage by the middle of the twenty-first century.|
|Description: ||Smithsonian Contribution to Knowledge, 2012, 295 pages, 95 figures. East-West Interchanges in American Art: a long and tumultuous relationship, Symposium proceedings, Smithsonian American Art Museum on October 1–2, 2009.|
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