Dates: May 20 to July 24, 2016
Thursday–Sunday, 11 a.m – 4 p.m.
Guest Curator: Yajiao Maria Wang
Artist: David Huang
Sponsor: The Kresge Foundation, Grants for the Art
Everyone can have an American Dream.
3650 is a rounded counting of the number of days in a ten-year period, the amount of time that Mr. Zhao lived, studied, and dreamed in his SRO unit. The exhibition’s Chinese title 衣錦還鄉 is the classical Chinese idiom, “to return home in silken robes,” which describes the homeward journey of one who has traveled far, now laden with riches earned during their time away. In veteran journalist David Huang's debut solo exhibition, the story not only reveals inside portrayal of SRO residency in San Francisco Chinatown, but also shifts the dominant narrative of Chinese American new immigrants. Chinese Culture Center is proud to present this exhibition, continuing our mission to transform perceptions about Chinese Americans by inspiring Chinatown and underserved communities through art and education.[facebook_like_button]