Texas long grain : photographs

Author Kearny Street Workshop

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Texas Long Grain is a collection of photographs and short poems by Asian American photographers from across the United States. Lion dances, funeral offerings, sewing factory workers, and families gathered together, eating, laughing, holding one another—these sights are as familiar to the artists as a sack of rice. The book was edited by artists Jim Dong, Zand Gee, and Crystal K.D. Huie, and was published by the Kearny Street Workshop—a collective of writers, artists, and musicians formed in San Francisco's Manilatown in 1972 that today is celebrated as the longest-standing multidisciplinary Asian Pacific American arts organization.

Texas long grain : photographs, Kearny Street Workshop (founded 1972)

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