You’s paintings exude a sense of sweet, childlike wonder, where each moment is filled with possibility.
Baker’s art exudes the deep and spiritual connection to nature that she has gained from her Mandan/Hidatsa family.
Trương Cong Tung’s art is a meditation on the complex interdependent variables that constitute a diasporic experience, one that offers no easy or concrete answers.
Artist Soo Kim’s latest series is about the act of arranging, about the impulse to create something with our hands for ourselves and for others.
Where Kim Mikyung’s process suggests an obsessive burrowing into the self, Kim Hyung-dae casts his gaze upward and outward into the sky.
Stanford’s Asian American Art Initiative allows for a range of expression not usually granted to Asian-American artists — something especially refreshing in this rare moment of visibility.