Hawaiʻi Triennial 2022 Exhibit Expanded at HiSAM

July 29, 2022

Artist: Ed Greevy

Recently installed in the Turnaround Gallery are photos by Hawaiʻi Triennial 2022 artist Ed Greevy. Greevy collaborated for decades with Hawaiian activist Haunani-Kay Trask, and Greevy’s photographs document environmental and social justice movements in Hawaiʻi. The photos in the exhibit are also published in the book “Kūʻē: Thirty Years of Land Struggles in Hawaiʻi”.

Video: views of the Ed Greevy exhibit at the Hawaiʻi State Art Museum. Photos: SFCA/Brandyn Liu.

Artist: Momoyo Torimitsu

“Somehow, I Don’t Feel Comfortable (Hawaiʻi Version)”, Momoyo Torimitsu. Photo: SFCA/Brandyn Liu.

“Somehow, I Don’t Feel Comfortable (Hawaiʻi Version)” by Hawaiʻi Triennial 2022 artist Momoyo Torimitsu is currently on display in the ground floor POD (Passion On Display) space through December 3, 2022.

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