Name: Maya Lin
Hails from: NYC
Occupation: Artist, Architect
Known for: Making visual impact. Early success. Lasting Impressions.
Lin was among the 19 artists honored by President Obama on Thursday with the National Medal of Arts. The minimalist artist, who grew up amidst mostly white folks in Ohio and “didn’t realize [she] was Chinese” until her twenties, also designed the Museum of Chinese in America, which opened in NYC last September.
Catch up with the famously private Lin in WSJ’s recent profile here.
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