Saturday, May 24, 2008

DSA Interviewed for an Article of Metropolis

In conjunction with the debut of DSA's exhibit "Hawaiian Modern," Dean Sakamoto was interviewed for an article in Metropolis about the legacy Vladimir Ossipoff, the founder of the Hawaiian Modern movement.  Entitled, "Hawaii's Lost Master, The Tropical Modernism of Vladimir Ossipoff," the article mentions the exhibit, which was researched, designed, and organized by DSA (for more information about our role, visit the Hawaiian Modern Project Page on Our Website).