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Fate of Japanese-American artists held in US internment camps during the Second World War brought to light online

The late artist Ruth Asawa is one of the artists profiled in The Archives of American Art’s focus on Asian Pacific American artists this month. Photograph by Mimi Jacobs

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.
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