ROBYN KAHUKIWA Nga Reo, Kuia (2001) Oil on canvas, 2000 x 1500 mm. From article Earth and Spirit: Robyn Kahukiwa's Mauri Ora! Exhibition in Art New Zealand: NUMBER 105 / SUMMER 2002-2003.

ROBYN KAHUKIWA Nga Reo, Kuia (2001) Oil on canvas, 2000 x 1500 mm. From article Earth and Spirit: Robyn Kahukiwa's Mauri Ora! Exhibition in Art New Zealand: NUMBER 105 / SUMMER 2002-2003.

Nga Reo Kuia by Robyn Kahukiwa

Nga Reo Kuia by Robyn Kahukiwa

Te Keka me Te Tamaiti by Robyn Kahukiwa for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints

Te Keka me Te Tamaiti by Robyn Kahukiwa for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints

Robyn Kahukiwa, Tuakiri/Identity series, 1994

Robyn Kahukiwa, Tuakiri/Identity series, 1994

He Aroha Whaereere He Potiki Piri Poho He Whakitauaki by Robyn Kahukiwa

He Aroha Whaereere He Potiki Piri Poho He Whakitauaki by Robyn Kahukiwa


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©Robyn Kahukiwa - | Maori | Art | Painting | Kowhaiwhai : Write no more than 100 words, the artists explanation for the buyer of this painting.

©Robyn Kahukiwa - | Maori | Art | Painting | Kowhaiwhai : Write no more than 100 words, the artists explanation for the buyer of this painting.

Robyn Kahukiwa - Warwick Henderson Gallery

Robyn Kahukiwa - Warwick Henderson Gallery

'He Maori Ahau' by Robyn Kahukiwa. The essay that accompanies this is also really good.

'He Maori Ahau' by Robyn Kahukiwa. The essay that accompanies this is also really good.

Hinetitama by Robyn Kahukiwa.   This book 'Wahine Toa' by Patricia Grace and illustrated by Robyn, was a huge influence on me and many others. The article says that it was a 'feminist reading of traditional Maori mythology'. What the book actually does is reinstate atua wahine in their proper place. Colonialism + christianity filtered retellings of Maori stories led to a disappearance of all our atua wahine and tipuna wahine over the last 160 years.

Hinetitama by Robyn Kahukiwa. This book 'Wahine Toa' by Patricia Grace and illustrated by Robyn, was a huge influence on me and many others. The article says that it was a 'feminist reading of traditional Maori mythology'. What the book actually does is reinstate atua wahine in their proper place. Colonialism + christianity filtered retellings of Maori stories led to a disappearance of all our atua wahine and tipuna wahine over the last 160 years.

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