Ruth Asawa and the bounty of migration

ruthcobblestonesThe stuff that America is made of: Ruth Asawa, lithograph, 1965. It was being interned in a concentration camp with her Japanese-American family by the United States government during World War II that convinced Asawa of the primary importance of arts education. Image copyright Ruth Asawa and courtesy Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas.

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