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BULL MaC III

M a C   I I I MAORI art Curator: At the Centre, on the Margins + Jim Vivieaere (1947- 2011) +  Jonathan Mane-Wheoki (1943-2014)     r@ngihiroa, 6 Tahitians, revised on Pukepoto whariki II, 2017       © Rangihīroa Panoho and PIHIRAU PRODUCTIONS Ltd, 2016-2018. No part of this document (text or imagery) is … Continue reading BULL MaC III

IOU ‘Māori Art’ the book + the exhibition. Writing the book Māori Art, then painting and curating it. 21 March 2016

An attempt to clarify what these three approaches (i.e. writing/painting/curating) might mean in the gallery context. Oxford Definition of ‘indebtedness’. IOU Māori Art the book + exhibition (currently on display at Tivoli, Waiheke Island) is an experimental look at what it might mean to write a book and then paint and curate a show about … Continue reading IOU ‘Māori Art’ the book + the exhibition. Writing the book Māori Art, then painting and curating it. 21 March 2016

Rangihīroa’s response to Adam Gifford’s New Zealand Herald article on ‘MĀORI ART’

RESPONSE TO ADAM GIFFORD’S REVIEW OF ‘MĀORI ART’ in ‘Maori Art – An ever-changing river – New Zealand Herald Saturday 4 July 2015 Newly arrived settlers travelling from Tāmaki to Port Albert in the early 1860s were at times in danger of getting lost in the voluminous mangroves and mud of vast Kaipara. I might … Continue reading Rangihīroa’s response to Adam Gifford’s New Zealand Herald article on ‘MĀORI ART’