The current situation in Haiti is a tragedy and it is woeful, that so many people learned of this country only due to its present state. Yet, for all those who wish to help, the Hanahou Gallery, New York has kick-started a collaboration with artists and evoked an exhibition, with 20% of the proceeds donated to charity. ‘20/10’ vision proves that illustrations can help.
Furthermore, the group exhibition is also eclectic and captivating. Over 40 artists, including friends of the gallery as well as creatives from New York show original pieces concerned with an optimistic outlook on the new decade.
Participants include Mike Perry, Tanja Misery, Kenji Hirata, Shen Plum, Marc Johns, Ben Chlapek, Karen Ingram and Marcus Oakley. All disicilines will be covered and offered at mid-range prices, ensuring a great to start to the new year with new works of art for everyone.
The gallery name Hanahou is a combination of the Hawaiian expression ‘hana hou’ and translates to ‘again’, ‘more’. While ‘han’ on its own can be translated to creation and creativity – a true credo for the New York gallerists. We are looking forward once again to an inspiring exhibition and are keeping our fingers crossed that many visitors turn up and provide the much needed revenue for Haiti.
perceptive artists focus on the new decade
611 Broadway, Suite 730
until 19 February
Mon – Fri, 12pm – 6pm