The Vietnam War and the Civil War don't seem to share any connection other than the obvious "war" element. The former is a painful flashpoint in recent American history, while the latter is fetishized through books, films and extremely detail-oriented historical reenactors. But the war in Vietnam was also a civil war that divided a country into North and South, splitting families along political and ideological points of view — and it did the same here in America, as well. Artist Bruce Yonemoto exposes and questions our very different reactions to these historical eras in his new exhibition of two... More >>>