That’s Kaz Oshiro, who used to work for Anime Jungle in Little Tokyo. He’s standing next to some cabinets, and they look like the place where you’d put your dishes and cups, but alas, they aren’t real. They’re paintings. How is that you ask? Easy. They’re layer upon layer of geso, so thick that they’ve smoothed out the canvas and have become thick and shiny like a formica surface. He’s part of the One Way or Another Asian American Art Now at the Japanese American National Museum which just opened up this weekend in LA. Using upstairs and down, this show features work from an array of artists who are the up and comers of fine art, sometimes weird art across the country. This is the second stop of a touring art exhibition.