The Yuko Nii Foundation Permanent Collection from the COVID-19 Period

“The Works Acquired in the Yuko Nii Foundation’s Permanent Collection” exhibit preserves precious records of a period that changed our lives on a deep level. Beside the Covid-19 related issues, the works on display testify the pathways through which we, as individuals and as a community, question our beliefs in order to achieve a better existence.

Carmen Frank’s Memorial Show

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Show Dates: Sat. April 9 – Sun. May 1, 2022 Opening Reception: Saturday, April 9, 3:00pm-5:00pm In the Small Gallery, cotemporal with the 23rd WAH Salon

Women Forward, Part 3: Women Artists Who Have Helped Us Grow 

Special Guest Artists: Judy Chicago (White American artist), Faith Ringgold (Black American artist), Toshiko Takaezu (Asian American artist), Yoko Ono & Yayoi Kusama (Japanese women artists) Bridge Makers: Samia Halaby, Susan Jacobs,  Cornelia Jensen, Sonomi Kobayashi,  Mieko Mitachi, Renee Radenberg, Kayo Shido, Kiriko Shirobayashi, Linda Smith, Ellie Winberg, Mary Westring

The Works Acquired in the Yuko Nii Foundation’s Permanent Collection from the Three Consecutive Exhibitions Related to the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Opening Reception: Saturday, December 4, 3-5pm Show Dates: Saturday, December 4, 2021 – February 12, 2022 Catalog available 104 Artists in the Exhibit: Gwen Adler, Julianne Ahn, Ellen Alt, Silvia Aviles, Christopher Baker, Ayako Bando, Bienvenido Bones Banez, Jr., Doug Beube, Beryl Brenner, Orin Buck, Clay Burch, Linda Butti, Nan Cao, Pamela Casper, JinYong Choi, […]

When The Buildings Cheered – Jay Goldberg

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When The Buildings Cheered from The Memory of America on Vimeo. This video is included in the Works Created During the Lockdown Period exhibition, Nov. 7, 2020 – Sun. Jan. 17, 2021. Here is the poem that Jay Goldberg wrote to accompany the video. stricken do you know i am terrible i know, that i am […]