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Hiroko Ikegami
Hiroko Ikegami is an art historian who specializes in post-1945 American art and its global impact. She has a Ph.D. from Yale University (May 2007). Her dissertation, Dislocations: Robert Rauschenberg and the Americanization of Modern Art, Circa 1964, investigates the artist’s international activities during the 1960s as a founding element in the Americanization of the global art scene. Her next project concerns the post-World War II reconstruction of Japanese cultural identity and its relationship to the United States.
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Emotions Are Beautiful: Bingyi’s “Unfashionable” Faith in Painting
Volume 6, Number 3, September 2007
by Hiroko Ikegami
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