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Posted: April 29, 2009

MASAMI TERAOKA: EAST OF EDEN, WEST OF HELL  Fall 2012 (NEW DATE)
Honolulu Academy of Arts, 900 S. Beretania Street, Honolulu, HI 96814  http://honoluluacademyofarts.org


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Masami Teraoka: Eve's First Halloween, 2007. oil on panel, gold leaf frame 46-1/2 x 50-1/4 inches

 

PAPANIKOLAS AIMS TO SHIFT PARADIGMS by Victoria Gail White
(Theresa Papanicolas curator of the Honolulu Academy of Arts)
Honolulu Advertiser Posted December 7, 2008
http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2008/Dec/07/il/hawaii812070320.html 

A. ... Often, the most meaningful art experiences are the ones that challenge us the most, that make us most uncomfortable, because that's what makes us think.
Q.     What are your re-installation plans for the museum?
A.     In terms of the European galleries, I plan to make significant changes — emphasizing more 19th- to   early-20th-century work, less decorative arts. The East-West galleries need serious revision, and all of that   will be something that is on my plate for the first couple of years that I am here.
Q.    LACMA did a lot to change the relationship to local arts and artists. Do you have plans to do the same?
A.    We are planning a major survey and tour of Masami Teraoka's work for the spring of 2011 (note date change). Masami is already deeply engaged in the project. In terms of local artists, we have our Artists of Hawaii coming up in 2009. That's an important function of the academy. I'm the new kid in town, so I'm very anxious to get to know the local artists and develop projects with them.

                       
                

     

SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 2011

Masami Teraoka: The Last Supper Series at Samuel Freeman

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