The USA Pavilion’s official blog has a post about author/photographer Tom Carter’s talk at the Expo. Together with artist Terence Lloren, Tom shared the challenges and rewards of living and travelling in China.
At the end of their presentation, both artists stood on stage. They fielded questions and shared anecdotes with an engaged crowd. Though their mediums and perspectives were unique, their missions shared the common bond of showcasing the diversity and appreciating the value of the human experience. Each implored the audience to take a deeper look at their host city and country during the Expo, and reminded us that art, like life, does not have to fit into any conventional form.
Read on at the Pavilion’s blog.
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