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THINKSPACE CURATED EXHIBITION 2014

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  2. Posted: March 26, 2014
  3. Updated: March 9, 2015
  4. Categories: Blog, Projects and Events

The Honolulu Museum Of Art School hosted the official launch of the 2014 edition of POW! WOW! Hawaii with an opening of a big group show curated by the Thinkspace Gallery. Presenting all new 2×2′ works by 40+ international urban, street and contemporary artists, this show attracted a lot of attention of the local art lovers as well as the participating artists of this year’s festival. With many of the featured artists taking part in POW! WOW! this year, a lot of them were present at the opening, making the event even more special.

The idea of the show was to freshen up the museum practice and space by exhibiting the new, exciting works by some of the most recognizable names of the movement from all over the world. The intense mixture of different styles, techniques, concepts and themes, provided something for every visitor of the show. From minimalist geometric works of Carl Cashman or Dalek, different style canvas works by known street artists such as Sainer, Bezt, Gaia, Reka, Seth, Stinkfish, Pixel Pancho, Curiot or Nosego, emotive and unique works of Brendan Monroe, Andrew Schoultz ,and Know Hope, to recognizable graphic iconography by Dabs Myla and Buff Monster, and many more.

Along with the art show, the entire event featured a party with DJs, live painting session by Ekundayo and Angry Woebots, and a popup shop with limited edition festival merchandise.

Photos by Brandon Shigeta.