He Korero Purakau mo te Awanui o Te Motu Story of a New Zealand River, the third of Michael Parekowhai's pianos from the Venice Biennale

He Korero Purakau mo te Awanui o Te Motu Story of a New Zealand River, the third of Michael Parekowhai's pianos from the Venice Biennale

Rangi Kipa's "The Radiare Whare" (Meeting House) is an autobiographical exploration of self using Maori architectural conventions. The traditional view of the whare was as a metaphor for the human body; the rafters represent ribs, the ridge-pole as the backbone and the maihi (bargeboards) as the arms.  Title: Radiare  Description: Australian Hardwood, Teak, Auto paint.  Size:6m x 6m  Price: POA  History: This work was created for the Inaugural exhibition ‘Star Power’ for the Denver MoCA Oct…

Rangi Kipa's "The Radiare Whare" (Meeting House) is an autobiographical exploration of self using Maori architectural conventions. The traditional view of the whare was as a metaphor for the human body; the rafters represent ribs, the ridge-pole as the backbone and the maihi (bargeboards) as the arms. Title: Radiare Description: Australian Hardwood, Teak, Auto paint. Size:6m x 6m Price: POA History: This work was created for the Inaugural exhibition ‘Star Power’ for the Denver MoCA Oct…

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