March 20, 1927
exhibition of paintings at 18 Waverly Place, San Francisco
March 27, 1927
The Coshocton Tribune
April 8, 1927
page 4, column 6: Daily News Letter
by William Parker
San Francisco, April 8—The revolution gripping China has extended to art circles in San Francisco’s Chinatown. “The Modern Revolutionary Chinese Artists’ Club” has been organized and is holding an exhibition at 18 Waverly Place.
Every exhibit is of the impressionistic or futuristic school and all from the brushes of young Chinese students in the quarter. None of the students is more than twenty years of age and one is only fifteen.
The exhibition is conducted by Yun, aged twenty, an Americanized native Chinese who wears a basque cap on his head and fuzz on his chin.
The Niagara Falls Gazette
April 11, 1927
page 7, column 3: same article as above
San Francisco Chronicle
May 15, 1927
page D7, column 5: Yun, the Modern Revolutionary Chinese Artists Club founder, has taken his pupils’ exhibit to the Telegraph Hill Tavern. It is hard to tell what artistic province these young Chinese will break out in next. Bohemia being a land of no boundaries.
At 150 Wetmore
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