This exhibition toured to more than ten cities in China from 2010–2012 and was sponsored by the U.S. Embassy-Beijing.
Minnesota photographer Wing Young Huie uses photography to document the American immigrant experience and to encourage viewers to ask questions about home, community, and identity. Recognizing the importance of these questions in our increasingly global world, Arts Midwest toured Wing’s Identity and the American Landscape, an exhibition of 60 images, to cities across China.
The goals of this 60-image exhibition were to present the changing cultural landscape of Minnesota and the United States, and the possibilities and positive everyday realities of American diversity.
Identity and the American Landscape: The Photography of Wing Young Huie was an initiative of Arts Midwest with support from the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities and the United States Embassy-Beijing.