Star-Advertiser Published June 26, 2017 By Valerie Monson Special to the Star-Advertiser A humanized version of a Polynesian myth informs “The Rat &the Octopus,” a playful and sly multimedia exhibition now at the Schaefer International Gallery at the Maui Arts &Cultural Center. According to the legend, a rat was marooned at sea but managed to … Read More
We are pleased that our project, The Rat & The Octopus, is the subject of an article in the May/June issue of Maui Now, written by David A.M. Goldberg for The Maui Arts and Cultural Center. Read the magazine article here – OnMaui_RatandOctopus_2016 …Or check it out below! AGGROculture Collectives’s Dynamic Interpretation of The … Read More
Keith Tallett’s exhibition “Militia” at SPF Project in Honolulu, was reviewed in the Honolulu Star Advertiser by special contributor David A.M. Goldberg. Read it here…
Oahu exhibition venue, SPF Projects presents artist Keith Tallett for it’s inaugural show. The exhibition, titled Militia, represents the artistʼs first solo show and opens June 13, 2013.
AGGROculture is pleased to announce that Margo Ray was chosen as the 2013 Honolulu Printmaker’s Gift Print Artist. Read the article written about Margo by artist Stephen Freedman.
David A.M Goldberg reviews The Biennial of Hawaii Artists X at the Honolulu Museum of Art for the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Much aloha David!
David A.M. Goldberg of the Star-Advertiser reviews “alterna-APEC” at The ARTS at Marks Garage… mentioning AGGROculture’s, “The Rat and The Octopus”
Read the portrait of artist Valerie Yong Ock Kim written by Sally Lundburg and Scott Yoell and published in HI Art Magazine, issue XII. Photos by Sally Lundburg.
David A.M. Goldberg of the Star-Advertiser reviews the Artists of Hawai’i 2011 exhibition at the Honolulu Academy of Arts…giving a nod to AGGROculture’s Keith Tallett.
Margo Ray’s work is reviewed in the UHH Student paper, after her residency at the university. “like giant Fruity Pebbles…or my head exploding after taking too much LSD…”
So how does a Canadian come to make a work that sounds like it’s about life in America? Maybe it isn’t. Read the review about Scott Yoell’s work, Tsunami on the art:21 blog….
Scott Yoell writes in HI ART Magazine, about his artistic process, and his installation at ID SPACE.
At first glance Keith’s glossy fetishized surfboard-like surfaces could be categorized as a manifestation of late Pop or Post Pop eye candy, like the highly polished works …
Read the profile of Margo Ray, written by Sally Lundburg and published in HI ART Magazine / issue 10.