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Bursts of color mark redesign of art museum

By Steven Mark

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 25, 2012

~~<p>At first glance, the most striking thing about the Honolulu Museum of Art's new installation of European and American art isn't just the art &mdash; it's the walls.</p>
<p>Painted in bold colors, from orange to aqua to purple, the walls are intended to frame the art in an outspoken way that turns something that might be considered a facelift into something that's in your face.</p>
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At first glance, the most striking thing about the Honolulu Museum of Art's new installation of European and American art isn't just the art — it's the walls.

Painted in bold colors, from orange to aqua to purple, the walls are intended to frame the art in an outspoken way that turns something that might be considered a facelift into something that's in your face. Login for more...



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