After more than a year of planning and organizing with the Palace Museum in Beijing, the Honolulu Academy of Arts (now the Honolulu Museum of Art) presented the collaborative exhibition Masterpieces of Landscape Painting from the Forbidden City. The exhibition included 56 paintings from the Palace Museum, which has the largest collection of Chinese paintings in the world, and 19 paintings from the renowned collection of the Honolulu Academy of Arts. Together, these works revealed a painting revolution that happened in China during the 13th and 14th centuries, and forever changed the course of the arts, with its influence still felt today.
DESIGN FIRM / CLIENT - Honolulu Museum of Art
DESIGNER - Jared Stone
SPECIAL CONSULTANTS - Exhibition Installation Department - Larry Maruya, Paul Caleb, Spenson Donre, Guy Kudo, Dararu Nakane, Jason Teraoka, Marc Thomas