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Pacific Asia Museum Exhibits Fusion “Calligraffiti”

Sing Tao Daily, Posted: Sep 19, 2009

PASADENA, Calif.—The Pacific Asia Museum will be presenting “Calligraffiti,” artworks that combine Chinese calligraphy with Latino street art graffiti. According to Sing Tao Daily, the museum came up with the idea two years ago as an experimental production to challenge traditional artwork. Bridget Bray, the museum assistant interviewed by the paper, said Chinese calligraphy and graffiti may seem unrelated at first but they both depict word structures. The exhibit is also a good opportunity to bring Chinese and Latino artists together. The exhibition will open September 18.

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