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WAKAJI MATSUMOTO – AN ARTIST IN TWO WORLDS: LOS ANGELES AND HIROSHIMA, 1917–1944

Date
May 26, 2023
Organizer’s Site
janm.org/exhibits/wakaji-matsumoto/wakaji
Council District
City Council District 14
Event Series Dates
Ongoing

The online exhibit of Wakaji Matsumoto—An Artist in Two Worlds: Los Angeles and Hiroshima, 1917–1944 highlights an artist’s rare photographs of the Japanese American community in Los Angeles prior to World War II and of urban life in Hiroshima prior to the 1945 atomic bombing of the city.

Organizer

Japanese American National Museum
Phone
213-625-0414

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