Honolulu Biennial Foundation (HBF) announces the launch of Visions of the Future, a new initiative presented by HBF. Debuting with a collaborative photography and multimedia exhibit, Flooded, which opens on March 21, 2018, featuring photography by Heami Lee, art direction by Allie Wist, food styling by C.C. Buckley and prop styling by Rebecca Bartoshesky. This six-week, pop-up exhibition will take place in the heart of Waikīkī, running until April 30 through a partnership with Luxury Row and is curated by HBF Director and co-founder, Isabella Ellaheh Hughes

Presented between biennial festivals, Visions of the Future is a complement to Honolulu Biennial, HBF’s international contemporary art festival and primary program. Visions of the Future will take shape through an ongoing series of pop-up exhibitions, public programs and creative initiatives examining our most basic needs and what unites humanity globally, debuting with a focus on food through the work of Bartoshesky, Buckley, Lee and Wist. Flooded will feature a robust public programming series that will run concurrent with the exhibition.

Luxury Row – 2124 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI
(On the ground-floor of Luxury Row)
March 21 – April 30, 2018
Opening hours: ThursdaySunday
12 – 7 PM
Free and open to the public
Groups of 10+, book tours at: info@honolulubiennial.org

FLOODED is a result of the generous support of Luxury Row, The Taiji and Naoko Terasaki Family Foundation, Prince WaikikiAlaska Airlines and Aesop.
Flooded (2016), Photography by Heami Lee, art direction by Allie Wist, food styling by C.C. Buckley, prop styling by Rebecca Bartoshesky
Flooded is a vision which fuses climate change landscapes with food, and reveals the intimacy between our collective pasts and our possible futures. Inspired by sea level rise and coastal flooding, the work oscillates between the dystopic and utopic, exploring ideas of adaptation, solastalgia, and baseline shifting—how we react to change over time. These creations function as visible shadows and future artifacts of our changing planet. To learn more, click here.
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Honolulu Biennial 2019
MARCH 8 – MAY 5, 2019