BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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On their own, the exhibited pieces of Wesley Tongson (唐家偉) do not indicate such a strain. Though marked by a clear change in technique throughout the artist’s lifetime, his works are consistently breathtaking, an adroit balance of complexity and simplicity.
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On their own, the exhibited pieces of Wesley Tongson (唐家偉) do not indicate such a strain. Though marked by a clear change in technique throughout the artist’s lifetime, his works are consistently breathtaking, an adroit balance of complexity and simplicity.
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While the lines between time and place, record and feeling, art and artifact may converge and overlap, Lee’s hand never wavers.
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While the lines between time and place, record and feeling, art and artifact may converge and overlap, Lee’s hand never wavers.
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“People suffered for leaving, but they also suffered for staying,” Lee said. “The Chinese Exclusion Act was the lack of hospitality that the U.S. showed to people that they didn’t have the right to be reborn geographically.”
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“People suffered for leaving, but they also suffered for staying,” Lee said. “The Chinese Exclusion Act was the lack of hospitality that the U.S. showed to people that they didn’t have the right to be reborn geographically.”
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