Flo Oy Wong

1942: Luggage from Home to Camp ( actual internment camp suitcases, thread, mirror etc.)




No. 27 2003


No. 28 2003


Tiananmen Series, Untitled

No. 07 1989




Flo-OyFlo Oy Wong, artist, poet, and educator, creates work at the intersection of art and history. She collaborates with other communities to tell American stories of survival, courage, and resilience.  Her goal is to make art about diversity and inclusion in the U. S.  She, a recipient of three National Endowment for the Arts Award, has appeared on the Newshour with Jim Lehrer and KQED Spark television programs.   Writings about her work is published in many publications.

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