Exhibitions On View
Through January 26, 2022
This museum-wide exhibition will be a fresh, fun, community-driven experience celebrating a return to art-making, conversations, and personal connections.
Hokusai's Mount Fuji
Through September 2021
The Honolulu Museum of Art’s newly designated Atsuhiko and Ina Tateuchi Foundation Japanese Thematic Gallery will feature Hokusai’s Mount Fuji, an in-depth exploration of one of the most famous ukiyo-e series in the museum’s collection: Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (c. 1830–1832) by Katsushika Hokusai (1760–1849).
Kamran Samimi: In Stillness
Through August 15, 2021
Samimi’s work in In Stillness explore how in-between spaces are full of meaning, expanses of hidden possibility, and moments to see connections between things. By coaxing materiality from the unseen, the artist performs an act of spiritual practice.
Optical Art, or Op Art, developed as a segment of geometric abstraction in the mid-20th century. Selected works from the museum collection include paintings by Richard Anuszkiewicz, Karl Benjamin, Samia Halaby, Howard Mehring, Peter Sedgley, and Victor Vasarely.