Print "Miné and Toku Standing with Their Luggage" By Miné Okubo

Item # 227102.

"Miné and Toku Standing with Their Luggage, Berkeley, California, 1942"

Reproduction of an original drawing on paper by Miné Okubo from the JANM Permanent Collection.

This self-portrait is from the graphic memoir, Citizen 13660 published by Okubo in 1946, which revealed life in Tanforan, a Japanese American detention center in California, and at Topaz, a concentration camp in Utah during WWII. This pioneering work is the first book-length account of an American concentration camp by a former prisoner.

This is an archival digital print created using 100% acid-free cotton fine art paper and the highest quality pigmented, non-toxic, environmentally friendly ink available with a color permanence rating of at least 200 years. Print size 8" x 10". Comes sleeved with foam core backing board. (caption not included on print.)     




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