Hung Liu is one of the most important Chinese-born artists working in the United States today. Her paintings are the focus of Golden Gate, a compelling new installation at the de Young Museum. This talk will explore Liu’s roots in Maoist China, where she was trained in the Social Realist style of painting. You’ll learn how Liu weaves her personal history with the stories of other immigrants who have left their indelible mark on California history, society, and culture. Join us for a fascinating look at an artist whose work addresses issues that affect us all today.
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco does not permit recording of this event due to the inclusion of copyrighted material.
This program is presented by the Friends of the Lafayette Library & Learning Center.
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