Honolulu Biennial: Kusama's I'm Here, but Nothing
This installation overflows with polka dots of fluorescent paint that flicker in the black light, creating what appears to be another world.
Next Event: Saturday, March 25 10:00am - 5:00pm
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Daily through May 8th
Saturday, March 25
10am - 5pm
Free self-parking is available across the street in the Ward Village Shops parking garage or in the Ward Centre Parking garage. Premium Valet for $7 is available at the Ward Centre parking garage from Sunday – Thursday, 10:00am – 9:00pm and Friday & Saturday from 10:00am – Midnight.
YAYOI KUSAMA (b. 1929)
I'm Here, but Nothing
2000 / 2017
The installation overflows with polka dots of fluorescent paint that flicker in the black light, creating what appears to be another world. For Kusama, polka dots are primary forms, motifs that symbolize the sun and other principles of nature.
Mar 14 - Jul 31
Daily through August
Ke Kilohana Art Gallery
With a photo of the Ko‘olaus in hand, 10 local artists were asked to create their interpretation of homage to Kilohana.
Mar 25 - Mar 26
Mar. 25 & 26
Sedona: Crystals & Cupcakes
Featuring 2000 pounds of stones and jewelry curated from the annual Tucson Gem and Mineral Show.
Honolulu Biennial: The Hub
The main attraction of the inaugural 2017 Honolulu Biennial, The Hub will feature 20 of the Biennial's artists.