Counter Cliché: The Asian and Latino Bi-Cultural Experience

Counter Cliché: The Asian and Latino Bi-Cultural Experience

Read about artists in California breaking barriers between identities as they merge them into their work.  Nothing is always black or white, male or female.  This article talks about how multicultural and intersectional concepts can be integrated into meaningful pieces of art.

“Art about identity is often self-segregated,” comments Chan, “Even in the contemporary art world, black artists make art about being black. Asian artists make art about being Asian, and so on. It’s almost like people are afraid they’ll get in trouble when they cross the color line.”

-Diana

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