Bright colors and ugly stereotypes meld in 'American Knockoff'

Bright colors and ugly stereotypes meld in 'American Knockoff'

Take the strongest work in the show, the large Japanese-American internment camp painting entitled “American Infamy #5” (2010, acrylic on canvas), based on the artist's childhood experience as a camp inmate in Puyallup then at Minidoka, in Idaho

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