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Art for the People: WPA-Era Paintings from the Dijkstra Collection

Art for the People
Oceanside Museum of Art
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Image Credits Courtesy of Mary Ryan Gallery. New York.

On the 90th anniversary of the Works Progress Administration, this timely exhibition offers a unique perspective on American artists from the 1930s and 1940s echoing today’s social justice discourse, with a particular focus on the contribution of California artists, who, too often, have been omitted from the WPA narrative.

Drawn from the collection of San Diegans Sandra and Bram Dijkstra, Art for the People offers a panoramic and unique look at the era’s diversity of artistic expression, from social realism to American expressionism.