POW! WOW! The First Decade: From Hawaiʻi to the World showcases some of the most notable Hawai‘i-based artists, international street artists, and sculptors. This exhibit will feature over 160 artists, with 30 artists creating new murals and installations curated by POW! WOW! Founder Jasper Wong within the gallery and throughout Bishop Museum’s campus.
May 15 to September 19, 2021
Open Every Day
9 am – 5 pm
Bishop Museum Campus
Museum Members Free
Seniors (65+): $21.95
Youth (4–17): $16.95
Children (3 and under): Free
Children age 16 and younger
must be accompanied by an adult.
© Susan Middleton
Experience large-scale murals from internationally renowned artists like Cryptik, Hueman, Tristan Eaton, Andrew Schoultz, Persue, Kevin Lyons, Amy Sol, How Nosm, Greg Mike, and many others. View works by local muralists including OG Slick, Solomon Enos, Carl Pao, Cory Taum, Woes, Hula, and Wooden Wave. Large-scale original paintings will also be on view, from Defer, Shepard Fairey, Brendan Monroe, Jon Burgerman, Edwin Ushiro, Tatiana Suarez, Simone Legno of Tokidoki, and more.
Within the gallery space will be a series of over 120 new 2’x2’ paintings by international and local artists, curated by Andrew Hosner of Thinkspace and Jasper Wong.
Since its inception in 2010, POW! WOW! has grown into a global network of artists and organized gallery shows, lecture series, schools for art and music, mural projects, concerts, and live art installations internationally. POW! WOW! has become an integral part of Hawaiʻi’s art and urban history.
In partnership with this exhibit, Bishop Museum’s vast collections, galleries, and outdoor spaces provide an immersive contemporary art experience that bridges traditional culture, contemporary creative expression, and indigenous perspectives. POW! WOW! and its creators showcase their art – in both indoor gallery spaces and outdoors on the Museum’s 15-acre campus, offering visitors a full spectrum of cultural expression, from ancient practitioners to the makers and visionaries of today.
Mahalo to our generous supporters that helped make this exhibition possible
Elizabeth Rice Grossman
Omidyar ‘Ohana Fund at the Hawai‘i Community Foundation
The Aja Group