Butoh masters: Koichi and Hiroko Tamano
Saturday Oct 07 02:00 PM
Honolulu Museum of Art
About the Performance:
Butoh emerged in Japan in the aftermath of World War II as a dance based on natural movement of “common folk,” but was also influenced by western art movements such as Surrealism, and made its way to the U.S. —echoing Abstract Expressionism’s American roots that found inspiration from Asia. The Tamanos are considered the parents of Butoh in the U.S.
Admission: Free with museum admission. RSVP via the link above.
Please check in at the main entrance of the museum prior to the performance.