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The Department of Art at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo is presenting an art exhibit featuring the works of four celebrated African American artists.

Launched at the start of Black History Month, “The Metaphysics of Abstraction III” is on display Feb. 3 through April 9, 2020, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays, third floor of the UH Hilo Campus Center.

The exhibit is curated by Lamerol Gatewood and features artists Danny SimmonsGail Shaw-ClemonsGarry Grant, and Lisa Corinne Davis.

The following are four of the works on display at the exhibit, photos by Raiatea Arcuri:

Danny Simmons, Untitled, acrylic on paper, 2019.
Gail Shaw-Clemons, Harmony, monotype, 2019.
Garry Grant, The Ruins of Mogador (left) and Tassort of Mogador (right), mixed media on handmade paper, 2019.
Lisa Corinne Davis, Foundational Sham, acrylic on paper, 2019.

For more information, contact Michael Marshall.

(Reprinted with permission. Original article: https://hilo.hawaii.edu/chancellor/stories/2020/02/28/black-history-month-exhibit/