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San Diego and Somewhere in the Pacific…

“Boarding the ship has been a real trip… There’s art EVERYWHERE, mostly portraits of old sailors and fancy rich ladies, but there are also quite a few bronze sculptures.” Doug Sink, 2020

Hawaii and a Long Time at Sea…

“Hawaii comes into view in the darkness of our seventh day from Ensanada, Baja, Mexico. Having never been to Honolulu, the lights of a big city and skyscrapers are a surprise to me. ” Doug Sink, 2020

Japan and Onward…

“If we’re being honest, I get lost in the making more often than the experiencing. It was remarkable to see [The Takenaka Carpentry Museum] dedicated so wholly to a making discipline, especially one that is so well considered and treated so reverently. ” Doug Sink, 2020

Vietnam and Destination Changes…

“The Factory left me with the feeling that Contemporary art, as we view it in the west, is poised to walk into the global art conversation. ” Doug Sink, 2020

Mauritius and final thoughts…

We were allowed to come into Mauritius for 1 day, and if everyone behaved we would be allowed to stay for another week. It was like an interview to see if we would be good. We were, for the most part, good.” Doug Sink, 2020

South Africa and Coming Home

“Of all the things that I was to see on the voyage, the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa was the one that I had heard the most about. I was very excited to see what it had in store, and I was not disappointed! I’d been told by a few other art nerds that the museum was very new, and possibly the best contemporary art museum in all of Africa..” Doug Sink, 2020

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