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May 13, 2021

Mason and Sean return for part two of AAPI Heritage Month with an episode examining the outsized influence of Japanese art and Asian culture in general on modern and contemporary Western fine art. We discuss Jun'ichirō Tanizaki's In Praise of Shadows, Urban Outfitters, and whatever this ignorant garbage is. We only ever so briefly touch on the cancer that was and is Pablo Picasso, but focus is important and there's always more time later.


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Created by Mason Hershenow

Produced by Sean Ang and Christopher Scott McNeill

Edited by David Cox and Mason Hershenow

Mixed by Mason Hershenow

Our theme music is "January: Brief" by Mason Hershenow


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