Graham Fletcher

Graham Fletcher's work explores the critical legacy of the widespread European tradition of housing collections of Oceanic and African Tribal art in domestic settings. Of particular relevance, to an artist of mixed Samoan and European heritage, is the question of how this legacy might be appropriated and subverted within a contemporary Pacific and New Zealand context.
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Graham Fletcher, 2015, Untitled (the passage), oil on canvas, 610 x 510mm

Graham Fletcher, Untitled (the passage), oil on canvas, 610 x

Graham Fletcher, Untitled (Sugar Loaf Waka), 2013, oil on canvas, framed, 360 x 300mm

Graham Fletcher, Untitled (Sugar Loaf Waka), oil on canvas, framed, 360 x

Graham Fletcher, 2014, Untitled (Head 8), ceramic and acrylic, 250 x 220 x 250mm

Graham Fletcher, Untitled (Head ceramic and acrylic, 250 x 220 x

Graham Fletcher, 2014, Untitled (Head 7), 335 x 180 x 200mm

Graham Fletcher, Untitled (Head 335 x 180 x

Graham Fletcher, 2014, Untitled (Head 6), ceramic and acrylic, 240 x 230 x 230mm

Graham Fletcher, Untitled (Head ceramic and acrylic, 240 x 230 x

Graham Fletcher, 2014, Untitled (Head 5), cermaic and acrylic, 250 x 240 x 270mm

Graham Fletcher, Untitled (Head cermaic and acrylic, 250 x 240 x

Graham Fletcher, 2014, Untitled (Head 4), ceramic and acrylic, 240 x 230 x 300mm

Graham Fletcher, Untitled (Head ceramic and acrylic, 240 x 230 x

Graham Fletcher, 2014, Untitled (Head 3), ceramic and acrylic, 245 x 230 x 250mm

Graham Fletcher, Untitled (Head ceramic and acrylic, 245 x 230 x

Graham Fletcher, 2014, Untitled (Head 2), ceramic and acrylic, 280 x190 x180mm

Graham Fletcher, Untitled (Head ceramic and acrylic, 280

Graham Fletcher, 2014, Untitled (Head 1), ceramic and acrylic, 410 x 250 x 310mm

Graham Fletcher, Untitled (Head ceramic and acrylic, 410 x 250 x


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