Masami Teraoka, American Kabuki

Teraoka draws on Japan’s brilliant history of art and kabuki theatre to creating beauty from heart-rending tragedy.

Masami Teraoka, American Kabuki (Oishiiwa), 1986, watercolor and sumi ink on paper mounted on a four-panel screen, 196.9 x 393.7 x 3 cm (de Young Museum, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco), © Masami Teraoka. Seeing America video. Speakers: Emma Acker, Associate Curator of American Art, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and Steven Zucker

Cite this page as: Emma Acker at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and Dr. Steven Zucker, "Masami Teraoka, American Kabuki," in Smarthistory, May 6, 2021, accessed April 22, 2024, https://smarthistory.org/masami-teraoka-american-kabuki/.