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Asian Abstractions/Global Contexts: Panel 2, Geographic Intersections

NEW YORK, November 18, 2016 — Francesca Dal Lago, art historian and critic, Pepe Karmel, associate professor of art history at New York University, and Miwako Tezuka, co-founder of PoNJA-GenKon, discuss the geographic intersections found in Zao Wou-Ki and other diasporic East Asian artists' work during the middle of the 20th century. The panel is introduced by Melissa Walt, research associate at Colby College an co-curator of the exhibition No Limits: Zao Wou-Ki. (59 min., 53 sec.)


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