Walking Through Mist: Phan Nguyen Barker
December 5th, 2020 - January 22nd, 2021
Phan Nguyen Barker was born in Vietnam during the dissolution of French Indochina, as the country was being divided into the North, governed by communist rebels, and the South, governed by a former emperor. Woven into the backdrop of the Vietnam War, this
Featuring works on paper and sculpture, Impermanence, our retrospective on the works of Shingo Honda (continues).
Previous exhibition: https://ehcc.org/content/impermanence
This year the exhibition will start on November 7th (Saturday) with normal gallery hours of 10am-4pm, Tuesday-Friday. The EHCC will be adhering to the following GALLERY Policies and Procedures at this time:
32nd Annual Trash Art Show 2020
October 3rd - 30th
Ira Ono, founder of “The Trash Show: Hawaii Artists Recycle,” will be returning to jury the 32nd anniversary of one of East Hawaii’s longest-running annual arts events. In addition to the show’s display of various Big Island trash art, Ono will be having a retrospective of his early wearable art, “The TrashFace Collection,” featuring work created from discarded, recycled materials.
Landscape, an Exhibition by Patrick O'Kiersey
August 8- EXTENDED until September 25, 2020
REMAINS: Dialectics of Nature and Artifice
Duo Exhibition of New Works by PIER FICHEFEUX and DANIEL SHEINFELD RODRIGUEZ
June 5 to July 31, 2020
The work of the painter, the poet or the musician, like the myths and symbols of the savage, ought to be seen by us, if not as a superior form of knowledge, at least as the most fundamental and the only one really common to us all. ―Claude Levi-Strauss
Define Artifact: Shelby Smith