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From the Studio Blog
Fate of Japanese-American artists held in US internment camps during the Second World War brought to light online
To commemorate Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month in the US, the Archives of American Art, New York City. has launched a focus honoring the legacy and influence of Japanese-American artists who were among the more than 120,000 Japanese-Americans incarcerated in internment camps in the US during the Second World War.