In Maori traditions(Aotearoa) Taranga, the mother of Māui, stands over her newborn son, who floats on the ocean. Above her the baby lies on his mother's hair. When he was stillborn she set him into the sea wrapped in her tikitiki, a topknot of hair. Māui became known as Māui-tikitiki-a-Taranga. On one side of Taranga Māui, as a kererū, looks down on his father, and on her other side are Māui's brothers. In this tradition, Māui washed ashore and was raised by his grandfather.

In Maori traditions(Aotearoa) Taranga, the mother of Māui, stands over her…

Robyn Kahukiwa's Mauri Ora! Exhibition  "He Maori Ahau" (2001)

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

Robin White: Art New Zealand printmakers

ROBIN WHITE: A Buzzy Bee for Siulolovao screenprint. From article Some Contemporary New Zealand Printmakers and their Processes of Work by Andrew Bogle in Art New Zealand: (No issue number given).

Object: Te Po and Papatuanuku | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Object: Te Po and Papatuanuku

Exhibitions Issue 108 - Christchurch

Lonnie Hutchinson - Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

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