At the Chinatown/North Beach Center Library

Execrative Order 906-6-6
Scott Tsuchitani

Kitty       Motherhood and Apple Pie

Etchings and Digital Prints
January-May 2014
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Inspired by the book Executive Order 9066, Scott Tsuchitani takes a critical look at the mass detention of Japanese Americans living on the West Coast during WWII and the images used to describe this history. He uses aquatint to beautifully render these historic photographs, adding his own visual commentary. He practices and teaches printmaking at the City College of San Francisco Fort Mason Campus.

This exhibition also includes information on the source photographs and a description of the aquatint technique Tsuchitani used.
The exhibition is on view during building hours:
Mon-Thurs 7:00am-9:00pm
Fri 7:00am-5:00pm
Sat & Sun 8:00am-2:00pm

808 Kearny Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
Circulation:  (415) 395-8643
Reference:   (415) 395-8642
(Located at the corner of Kearny & Washington Streets)

Chinatown/North Beach Center Library exhibitions are curated by Mary Marsh. For more information, contact her at mmarsh (at) ccsf.edu.

Tsuchitani Exhibition Detail 3  Tsuchitani Exhibition Detail

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