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Shiro Ikegawa papers, [circa 1950-1998]. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Painter, graphic artist, performance artist, and art instructor; Altadena, Calif. Shiro Ikegawa (b. 1933) was born in Tokyo, Japan, and studied at the Tokyo University of Arts. He received his MFA from the Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, in 1961 and has taught at several Southern California institutions including California State University at Los Angeles (1967-1976) and Otis Art Institute (1979-1985). Represented in a vast number of solo and national and international competitive group exhibitions since 1961, he has also received many commissions, one to execute a thirty-two foot etching, Tale of Genji for the Los Angeles Times in 1973.
Some of the letters and postcards: in Japanese.
Donated 2002 by Shiro Ikegawa.
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