b'Published in association with the exhibition Defiant Vision: Prints & Poetry by Munio MakuuchiSmith College Museum of ArtNorthampton, MassachusettsAugust 23December 8, 2019smith.edu/artmuseumThis project is supported by grants from the US Department of the Interior, National Park Service,Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant Program; Wyeth Foundation for American Art; Tryon Associates;The Maxine Weil Kunstadter, class of 1924, Fund; the Edith Stenhouse Bingham, class of 1955, Art Museum Fund; the Judith Plesser Targan, class of 1953, Art Museum Fund and the SCMA Publications and Research Fund.CONTENTSAffected by War: Contextualizing Munio Makkuchi 2019 Margo MachidaAll other text Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts, 2019All rights reserved. Introduction Affected by War ISBN: 978-0-87391-076-7APRILE GALLANT AND FLOYD CHEUNG Contextualizing This project was funded, in part, by a grant from theEDITOR:Jessica Skwire Routhier \x0e Munio MakuuchiUS Department of the Interior, National Park Service,DESIGN AND PRODUCTION:Carolyn Eckert MARGO MACHIDAJapanese American Confinement Sites Grant Program.COLOR SEPARATIONS AND PRINTING:Puritan Capital, Inc.The views and conclusions contained in this document \x06\x05are those of the authors and should not be interpreted WORKS BY MUNIO MAKUUCHIDefiant Lines as representing the opinions or policies of the USEstate of Munio Makuuchi, reproduced courtesy of Jamie and Constance Makuuchi The Prints of government. Mention of trade names or commercial products does not constitute their endorsement by PHOTOGRAPHY CREDITS Munio Makuuchi Chronologythe US government. The Art Institute of Chicago/Art Resource, NY: fig. 40 APRILE GALLANT CLAIRE HAUG \x06\x03Courtesy of Andrew and Renee Balkin: figs. 70, 72, 73, This material received federal financial assistance forand 75.\x02the preservation and interpretation of US confinementJosef LaVigne: fig. 54sites where Japanese Americans were detained duringEstate of Munio Makuuchi, courtesy of Jamie and World War II. Under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act ofConstance Makuuchi: figs. 2, 3, 9, 10, 18, 22, 35, 54, 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and5659, 6169, 74, and 76 the Poems ofthe Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, theworks in the exhibitionUS Department of the Interior prohibits discriminationCourtesy The Museum of History and Industry, Munio Makuuchi Seattle, WA: fig. 4 \x01on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability,2019 Tom Nakashima, reproduced courtesy (SELECTED AND EMENDED BY FLOYD CHEUNG)or age in its federally funded assisted projects. If youof the artist and Randy Jayne Rosenberg andbelieve you have been discriminated against in anyJoel Makower: fig. 53 \x0e\x0eprogram, activity, or facility as described above, or ifPetegorsky/Gipe: Cover, half title page, title page, Bibliographyyou desire further information, please write to: contents, figs. 1, 6, 8, 1119, 20, 21, 2328, 3034, 3639, 4150, 55, 77, 78; pages 6, 9, 77, 78, 112, \x01\x7fOffice of Equal Opportunity 126, 128, and 150Protest and National Park Service1201 Eye Street, NW (2740) Smithsonian American Art Museum: figs. 40 and 51 ProphecyWashington, DC 20005 James Tanaka: fig. 60John Renard: figs. 29 and 71 The Defiant Poetry 2019 Roger Shimomura, reproduced courtesy of of Munio Makuuchithe artist: fig. 51University of Washington Libraries, Special FLOYD CHEUNGCollections: figs. 5 and 7\x07Courtesy of the Wing Luke Museum: fig. 52COVER Shelter as far as the eyes could See, (detail) CHECKLIST #37HALF TITLE H Maidens, (detail) CHECKLIST #5TITLE PAGE SPREAD In the Mood day Sun . . ., (detail) CHECKLIST #32CONTENTS Snake River, (detail) CHECKLIST #1'