Occupied Canvas: Nina Kuo

In their exhibition Occupied Canvas, the very selective Andre Zarre Gallery is showcasing a single work from 7 different artists, and among them is Chinese American artist and activist Nina Kuo. SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson attended the exhibition opening, and has the story.

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