Exhibiting Māori: a history of colonial cultures of display
This richly illustrated book presents a comprehensive assessment of the display of Maori culture from the nineteenth century to today. In doing so, Exhibiting Maori traces the long journey from curio, to specimen, artifact, art and taonga (treasure). Drawing on extensive and groundbreaking research, Exhibiting Maori reveals for the first time the remarkable story of Maori resistance to, involvement in, and eventual capture of the display of their culture. Ranging across museums, world fairs, fine art, and tourism, Exhibiting Maori fuses museum studies, anthropology, and visual and material culture to uncover a history of active Maori engagement with the colonial culture of display.
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Exhibiting Maori: A History of Colonial Cultures of Display
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aesthetic Alexander Turnbull Library ancestors Apirana Ngata artefacts arts and crafts became Belich biculturalism British carver Christchurch Cliff Whiting Colonial Museum contemporary Maori art context critics culture of display curio discourse display of Maori Dominion Museum ethnographic European example Exhibiting Maori Figure Hakiwai Hamilton Hau ki Turanga Hector heritage identity indigenous institution International Exhibition Maori artists Maori audience Maori carving Maori collection Maori culture Maori exhibitions Maori Hall Maori objects Maori staff Maori visitors marae Maui Pomare Mead meeting house modern museology museum display National Art Gallery National Museum native Neich Ngata Ngati painting Pakeha Papa Tongarewa pdtaka photograph political postmodern poupou powhiri Ralph Hotere recolonial Rotorua sculpture social space specimens tangata Taonga Maori Tdkinga Teremoe Tipene O'Regan traditional treasures Treaty Treaty of Waitangi tribal tukutuku waharoa Waitangi waka Wellington whakairo Whanganui whare Whenua Yaldwyn young Maori Zealand museums Zealand Te Papa