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Publications

2009 / 2008 / 2007 / 2006 / 2005 / Pre-2000
 

For information about the availability of these publications write to:

University of Hawai‘i Art Gallery
Department of Art & Art History


2535 McCarthy Mall
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96822
U.S.A.

Call (808) 956-6888 or E-mail: gallery@hawaii.edu

 


The Reformer’s Brush: Modernity and Traditional Media in China
2011

The exhibition catalogue features an essay by Dr. Kate Lingley, Assistant Professor of Chinese Art History, Department of Art and Art History, University of Hawaii at Manoa. 125 pages. 65 color illustrations. 2011. $28.00 + $7.00 (media mail) within the U.S.


Writing with Thread:
Traditional Textiles of Southwest Chinese Minorities

2009

Exhibition catalogue with essays. 430 pages. 345 color illustrations. 2009. $50.00 + $7.00 (media mail) within the U.S.


The 10th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition
2009

Catalogue of all works in the exhibition, each accompanied by a color illustration and biographical data on the 141 artists in the exhibition. 148 pages. 141 color illustrations. 2009. $20.00 + $8.00 s/h within the U.S.


One Needle, One Thread:
Miao (Hmong) embroidery and fabric piecework from Guizhou, China

2008

By Dr. Tomoko Torimaru

From 1995, Dr. Torimaru conducted research primarily in southwestern China and co-authored two publications with Dr. Sadae Torimaru on the material culture of the Miao people, focusing on growing plants, making dyes and yarns, weaving, dyeing, garment making, and all the associated skills and techniques involved. "One Needle, One Thread: Miao (Hmong) embroidery and fabric piecework from Guizhou, China", her third book, deals with embroidery and fabric piecework and the ethnic identity and symbolism contained therein.

Published in conjunction with the exhibition Writing with Thread: Traditional Textiles of Southwest Chinese Minorities, at the University of Hawai‘i Art Gallery, September 21 - November 30, 2008.

160 pages, 193 full color illustrations, 9 in. x 12 in. Paper. $38.00 + $8.00 s/h within the U.S.


Excelling the Work of Heaven: Personal Adornment from China
2007

Published in conjunction with the exhibition Excelling the Work of Heaven: Personal Adornment from China, at the University of Hawai‘i Art Gallery, October 28 - December 14, 2007. The catalogue features an essay by Dr. Kate Lingley, Assistant Professor of Chinese Art History, Department of Art and Art History, University of Hawaii at Manoa and documents 355 objects from the exhibition.

160 pages, 193 full color illustrations, 9 in. x 12 in. Paper. $30.00 + $8.00 shipping within the U.S


Reconstructing Memories
2006

Essays by Aaron Kerner, curator of the exhibition. Catalogue includes essays and biographical data on the artists and color illustrations. 56 pages. 40 color illustrations. 2006. $15.00 + $8.00 s/h within the U.S.


The 9th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition
2006

Catalogue of all works in the exhibition, each accompanied by a color illustration and biographical data on the artist. 128 pages. 121 color illustrations. 2006. $15.00 + $8.00 s/h within the U.S.


Painting with Threads: The Art of Japanese Embroidery
2006

A 68-page catalogue with color reproductions of objects from the exhibition and essay. $15.00 + $8.00 s/h within the U.S.


Making Connections:
Treasures from the University of Hawaii Library
2005

A 164-page catalogue with color reproductions of 207 objects from the exhibition and essay. $25.00 + $8.00 s/h within the U.S.


Crossings 2003: Korea/Hawaii
2004

An exhibition organized by the University of Hawai‘i Art Gallery, the Honolulu Academy of Arts, and The Contemporary Museum. The catalogue features works by 56 contemporary Korean artists at seven venues in Honolulu. Color illustrations and biographical data on the artists. Essays by Kim Heh Kyong and Kim Hong-hee. 152 pages. 191 color illustrations. 2004. $25.00 + $8.00 s/h within the U.S.


The 8th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition
2003

Catalogue of all works in the exhibition, each accompanied by a color illustration and biographical data on the artist. 154 pages. 145 color illustrations. 2003. $15.00 + $8.00 s/h within the U.S.


A Tradition of Excellence
2002

A catalogue documenting an exhibition of the works of retired faculty with color photographs of all works in the exhibition and biographical information on the 25 artists with an essay on the history of the Department of Art. 128 pages. color illustrations. 2002 $15.00 + $8.00 s/h within the U.S.


Jose Guadalupe Posada: My Mexico
2001

Posada (1852-1913) was Mexico's most popular and prolific print artist, whose powerful works graced hundreds of single, printed sheets that combined image, headline, and text to create a broadsheet or broadside. Almost every aspect of Mexican life was depicted in Posada's work. His goal was to educate and inform the masses. Over 100 prints from the Charlot Collection in Hamilton Library at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa are on display with an accompanying catalogue.


The 7th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition
2000

Catalogue of all works in the exhibition, each accompanied by a color illustration and biographical data on the artist. 160 pages. 151 color illustrations. 2000. $15.00 + $8.00 s/h within the U.S.