Japanese-American artists

Totally wired: Ruth Asawa's intricate sculptures come to Modern Art Oxford

The Japanese American artist’s first major exhibition in Europe will showcase her signature works in looped wire, as well as lesser-known paintings and drawings

Utah museum acquires works by Japanese American artist Chiura Obata made in internment camp

Obata was incarcerated at the Topaz Relocation Center in Utah during the Second World War; now 35 of his works have been acquired by the Utah Museum of Fine Arts

Fate of Japanese-American artists held in US internment camps during the Second World War brought to light online

The multi-platform virtual initiative is part of the Archives of American Art's push to share newly digitised content while its research centres remain closed