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The Art of Robyn Kahukiwa

The Art of Robyn Kahukiwa - Robyn Kahukiwa, Hinemoa Hilliard, Edward Lucie-Smith, Jonathan Mané-Wheoki
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Since the early 1970s Robyn Kahukiwa's art has sought to answer questions of identity, ancestry and rights that are central to the Maori experience in Aotearoa New Zealand, and equally relevant to all indigenous peoples of the world. Her corpus engages in territory such as colonialism and the dispossession of indigenous people, motherhood and blood-ties, social custom and mythology.The Art of Robyn Kahukiwa assembles Robyn's selection of more than 100 works that represent her artistic career. Ordered chronologically and reproduced in full colour, the words signpost the trail of her 35-year journey in teh visual arts. Captions written by the artist herself offer insight into the origins and significance of each item, alongside the standard documentation of materials, size and provenance.Three introductory essays frame the works with distinct but complementary views of the artist and her work. Hinemoa Hilliard discusses Kahukiwa's contribution as a Maori woman; Edward Lucie-Smith places her in the context of international feminist and indigenous people's art; and Jonathan Mane-Wheoki paints a full critical overview of her artistic development and the outstanding works of her career. A glossary of Maori words and an artistic chronology complete the informational content.Celebrating a unique body of work, and establishing a reference point for a greater understanding of modern art in New Zealand and beyond - this is The Art of Robyn Kahukiwa.


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