Art Deco in Hawai‘i: Some History, Some Analysis, Some Fun | DeSoto Brown
Wednesday Sep 03 04:30 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
About the Lecture:
There is more than meets the eye for anyone who visits the exhibition Art Deco in Hawai‘i, on view through Jan. 11. Behind the scenes are anecdotes and histories; some significant and others just for fun. DeSoto Brown will share some of these, along with analysis of a few pieces in the exhibition for a deeper understanding of them.
DeSoto Brown is Bishop Museum’s historian and archivist and a lifelong collector and scholar of the art and material culture of Hawai‘i. He is the author of Surfing: Historic Images from the Bishop Museum Archives and Hawaii Recalls: Selling Romance to America—Nostalgic Images of the Hawaiian Islands, 1910-1945, among many other publications.
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