JoinedSeptember 16, 2014
Through Into View, Enomoto and Zou have reiterated that art’s strength and meaning isn’t based on demographics, but is still derived from the seriousness and training of the artist that makes it.
This chapter of modern art’s history in Hawai‘i is largely told by non-Hawaiian artists who “fell in love” with the islands’ indigenous people, culture, and ecology.

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