Through Nov. 14: Exhibition of Paintings by Jeffry Feeger

The Hawaiian and Pacific Collections are honored to host Port Moresby Market Collection, an exhibition by visiting artist Jeffry Feeger. The below is quoted directly from the exhibition announcement. To view a video of the artist creating one of the pieces that is currently on exhibit, click here.

Port Moresby Market Collection Exhibition
November 1­–14

Hawaiian & Pacific Collections
University of Hawai‘I Hamilton Library
2550 McCarthy Mall, 5th Floor
Hours: M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Sundays, 1-5 p.m

Artist Walk–Through and Lecture/ with Reception

Monday, November 7
Noon-1:30 p.m.

Hamilton Library, Room 301
Meet at 12:00 in the Hawaiian & Pacific Collections at Hamilton Library, 5th Floor
Lecture and reception to follow walk-through in Room 301

Feeger, who is currently living and working in Port Moresby, has become part of a new generation of PNG artists whose work provokes critical awareness about social and political realities in PNG. In 2009 he was awarded the inaugural Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust and Pacific Cooperation Foundation Artist Residency in Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand, and has exhibited extensively throughout the Pacific Island region. His exhibition Port Moresby Market Collection is a visual exploration of evolving grassroot economies and neighborhood markets of Port Moresby. His residency is cosponsored by the UHM Department of Art and Art History, the UHM Center for Pacific Islands Studies, and the UHM Student Activity and Program Fee Board.

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