Pacific art niu sila: the Pacific dimension of contemporary New Zealand arts
Sean Mallon, Pandora Fulimalo Pereira
Te Papa Press, Museum of New Zealand, 2002 - Art - 232 pages
Essential reading on the contemporary arts of New Zealand and the Pacific. Celebrating the influence of Pacific peoples on New Zealand art and culture, this landmark book covers art forms from the 1950s till now. Shortlisted: Reference & Anthology Section, Montana New Zealand Book Awards 2003.
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Review: Pacific Art Niu SilaUser Review - Goodreads
The art in here is fantastic--equally fantastic if used as a coffee-table piece.
Review: Pacific Art Niu SilaUser Review - Lei - Goodreads
This book provides a snapshot of contemporary practice across the arts, highlighting what is and has been important and relevant in different genres. It covers a range of artforms including tivaevae ... Read full review
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