New Work by Drew Broderick, John Koga, Kenny Waifu Lui and Chris Michael

Sep 5, 2014

"Shaka", photograph by Drew Broderick from his show at In4mation Gallery Chinatown through October 1.
Credit noe tanigawa


"Apple2", sculpture by Chris Michael from the duo show, "Integrity" at SPF Projects in Kaka'ako.
Credit Chris Michael


Detail from a painting by Kenny Waifu Lui from the duo show, "Integrity" at SPF Projects in Kaka'ako.
Credit kenny lui


The Honolulu Museum School's Nano Gallery under the stairs to the mezzanine. John Koga's sound installation is inside through September 30th.
Credit noe tanigawa


   Outside of large curated shows and juried exhibitions, artists across the state continue to press ahead, alone in the studio or in casual groups.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on four artists who have been sharing ideas recently.  

Drew Broderick opens at In4mation Chinatown tonight, first Friday, and continues through October first during store hours.  Chris Michael and Kenny Waifu Lui open at SPF Projects in Kaka’ako September 11th, but Kenny is there now at nights.  Their show at SPF runs through October 12th.  John Koga’s installation at the Honolulu Museum School is open from 9-9 everyday through September 30th----the Nano Gallery is located under the stairway to the mezzanine.

Find out more about artists Chris Michael, Kenny Lui, Drew Broderick, and John Koga.

Chris Michael and Kenny Lui


September 11 - October 12

SPF Projects, 729 Auahi St

Opening Reception: Thursday September 11, 6-8pm

Gallery hours: Tuesday - Thursday 7-11pm, Sunday 1-5pm

and by appointment 

Drew Broderick


September 5 - October 1

In4mation Chinatown, 1154 Nuuanu Ave

Opening Reception: Friday September 5, 6-8pm

Shop hours: Monday - Saturday 11-7pm, Sunday 11-4pm