AMERICAN KALEIDOSCOPE: THEMES AND IDENTITIES

In planning for a contemporary exhibition with national scope, I looked for artists whose work seemed to offer both visual impact and a message that communicated something compelling and universal about being an artist in America towards the end of the century. Concerned about the emphasis being placed upon the conflict of cultures in America and the deterioration of America's . . .

Jacquelyn Days Serwer
Acting Chief Curator
Smithsonian American Art Museum