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Kevin Miyazaki & Ida Wyman

Kevin Miyazaki (detail) at James Watrous Gallery
March 14, 2014 to May 4, 2014
James Watrous Gallery at Overture Center for the Arts • Madison

Contributors

Kevin J. Miyazaki is a photographer whose work appears in a wide variety of publications, including Bon Appétit, ESPN, Reader's Digest, GQ, and AARP. His artwork focuses on themes of family history, memory, and architectural space. He lives in Wauwatosa.

Ida Wyman began working at Acme Newspictures (later UPI) as a “mail room boy” in 1943 in a field that was almost entirely dominated by men. With much of the male staff joining the military during World War II, she achieved great success in the company and became the agency's first female printer.

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