By David A.M. Goldberg / Special to the Star-Advertiser
March 15, 2015
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COURTESY JOSEPH MAIDA AND DANIEL COONEY FINE ART, NEW YORK Joseph Maida emphasizes ethnic diversity in the titles of his archival pigment print photographs. Above is “Aikue #2 (Hawaiian, Chinese, Irish, Portuguese).”
COURTESY PHIL JUNG “Lemonade Stand, Hawai‘i,” by Phil Jung, responds to the Norman-Rockwell fantasy of children entering the world of capitalism, with the girls’ unkempt hair and haunting gazes. Jung and Maida’s works are on display through April 10 at the University of Hawaii Art Gallery.