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Archives of American Art Journal: Spring 2022, Volume 61, Number 1
The Spring 2022 issue of the Archives of American Art Journal (vol. 61, no. 1) tackles subjects as diverse as the historiography of French impressionism, nonbinary approaches to sex in midcentury painting, and public art that represents the US-Mexico border. The issue also includes a commissioned essay on the art historical value of commercial art archives and an original artwork by painter and collagist Mary Lum that directly engages with the Archives’ Ray Yoshida Papers.
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