Biennial of Hawaii Artists

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Biennial of Hawaii Artists
Genre biennale, focus on visual art
Begins 1993
Frequency biennial, every two years.
Location(s) Honolulu, Hawaii
Inaugurated 1993

The Biennial of Hawaii Artists is an invitational exhibition of six or seven Hawaii artists that has been held at Spalding House since 1993. It was originally organized by The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu and known as “The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists”.[1] In 2011, The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu became part of the Honolulu Museum of Art,[2] with the latter institution continuing the biennial.

The following is a list of participating artists:

Biennial I (1993)

Biennial II (1995)

Biennial III (1997)

  • Donald Bernshouse
  • Robert Hamada
  • Renee Iijima
  • Martin H. Peavy
  • Franco Salmoiraghi
  • Romolo Valencia

Biennial IV (1999)

Biennial V (2001)

  • Ben Kikuyama
  • Hugh Russell
  • Suzanne Saylor
  • Masami Teraoka
  • Kaori Ukaji
  • Fae Yamaguchi

Biennial VI (2003)

Biennial VII (2005)

  • Charles Cohan
  • Sergio Goes
  • Claudia Johnson
  • Michael Lee
  • Jacqueline Rush Lee
  • Michael Marshall
  • Christopher Reiner

Biennial VIII (2008)

  • Eli Baxter
  • Vincent Goudreau
  • Meidor Hu
  • Javier Martinez
  • Cade Roster
  • Yida Wang
  • Wayne Zebzda

Biennial IX (2010)

Biennial X (2012)

  • Mary Babcock
  • Solomon Enos
  • Jaisy Hanlon
  • Jianjie Ji
  • Sally Lundburg
  • Bruna Stude

References[edit]

  • Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists I, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, 1993.
  • Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists II, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, 1995.
  • Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists III, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, 1997.
  • Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists IV, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, 1999.
  • Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists V, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, 2001.
  • Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists VI, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, 2003.
  • Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists VII, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, 2005.
  • Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists VIII, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, 2008.
  • Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists IX, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, 2010.
  • Tully, Inger, “Biennial of Hawaii Artists X” in Honolulu Academy of Arts, Jan./Feb. 2012, p. 7.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Honolulu Academy of Arts, Jan./Feb. 2012, p.7
  2. ^ Burlingame, Burl, “Art museums sign off on merger agreement”, Honolulu Star-Advertiser, May 3, 2011, p. B2