Exhibitions are archived in chronological order starting from the most recent.
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Tanuki Koji Dance Project by Janet Lilo
November 9 – 27, 2010
Whitespace, Crummer Road, Auckland
Nightly 6pm - midnight in the window of Whitespace, Crummer Road, Auckland.
Andy Leleisi’uao at Whitespace
November 9 – 27, 2010
Crummer Road, Auckland
Celebrating Connections: An Exhibition of Contemporary Pacific Artists
November 2 - 27, 2010
The Arts at Mark's Garage, 1159 Nu’uanu Ave. (corner of Nu’uanu and Pauahi), Honolulu, HI 96817
Aloha and warm greetings! read more »
New Works by Lorene Taurerewa
November 4 – 27, 2010
Suite Gallery, Wellington
November 9 – 27, 2010
Mansfield Gallery, 5 Haven Rd, Nelson
Flora Kola Kapkap and Hiapo
November 4 – 26, 2010
Okaioceanikart, Karangahape Road, Auckland
Including Sylvia Marsters, Dagmar Dyck, Ellie Fa’amauri, and Cerisse Palalagi.
The Sole Project
Opens Thursday, November 25, 2010
Mangere Arts Centre – Nga Tohu o Uenuku
Opening tonight at 7pm at the new and fabulous Mangere Arts Centre – Nga Tohu o Uenuku is an exhibition called The Sole Project. The exhibition is the culmination of a week long visual arts youth mentoring project held in Otara in October. There is still lots of art to see before the end of the year – and bound to be an ideal Christmas present in there somewhere! ia manuia
SAPC (South Auckland Poets Collective) Tour
November 19 - 21, 2010
Who are SAPC?
South Auckland Poets Collective (SAPC) is a group of young Pacific Island and Maori writers from all areas of South Auckland (Manukau City). SAPC have been collaborating since November 2007. Armed with their voices and notebooks they cast down negative stereotypes of youth in South Auckland portrayed by the media with a new and positive story.
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OBJECTive Art Awards 2010
October 16 - November 12, 2010
Assembling Bodies (includes Shigeyuki Kihara)
March 10, 2009 - November 6, 2010
University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, Cambridge, UK
Curated by Anita Herle, Mark Elliott and Rebecca Empson
For further information: maa.cam.ac.uk/home/index.php
Samoan Art: Urban artist-in-residence Dan Taulapapa McMullin and independent curator Giles Peterson
October 7 - 31, 2010, Wednesdays-Sundays, 1:00-5:00 p.m.; Fridays, 6:00-8:45 p.m.
de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA
The New Oceania, a film by Albert Wendt, presented by Campus Life & Oceania Centre for Arts, Culture and Pacific Studies
Saturday, October 30, 2010 at 6:30 p.m.
Oceania Centre, University of the South Pacific
Everything is Honky-Dory by Ngaahina Hohaia
October 8 - 30, 2010
Fresh Gallery Otara, New Zealand
Opening: Thursday 7 October, 6 - 8pm
"I-Wa-A-St-M" by D.M. Satele
October 1 - 29, 2010
Window, University of Auckland General Library Foyer
Na Totoka – Pacific Wearable Arts
Opening: October 21, 2010
Fiji Fasion Week
Assume Nothing, a feature documentary film
Produced and directed by New Zealand based film maker Kristy MacDonald
Through October 19, 2010
Leiden waka at Aurere
October 18, 2010
Vokenkunde Museum, Leiden
Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum: Grand Opening Celebration!
October 15 - 17, 2010
695 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, CA
The Painted Song: Australian Aboriginal Women's Paintings from The Kelton Foundation
August 31 - October 16, 2010
Santa Monica College Pete & Susan Barrett Art Gallery, 1310 11th Street, Room 101, Los Angeles, CA
6 August – 3 October, 2010
Lopdell House Gallery, Auckaland
Sheyne Tuffery: Tectonic Plates
September 8 - October 2, 2010
Solander Gallery, Wellington
TATAU: Symmetry Harmony and Beauty
Semisi Fetokai Potauaine. Commonwealth Connections International Artist in Residence 2010
TATAU: Samoan Tattooing / Global Culture
Closes September 25, 2010
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge, UK
Flora Koloa Kapkap: Spirited new works of celebrated female artists
August 26 - September 24, 2010, 11am - 3pm
Okaioceanikart, Reef Gallery, 69 Beach Rd City, Auckland, New Zealand
Shaman ~ Mindy, Body Soul
August 19 - September 23, 2010
Alcheringa Gallery, 665 Fort Street, Victoria, BC, Canada
Public Exhibition of Contemporary PNG Paintings
September 17, 2010, 10am - 3pm
Pipitea Marae, 55 Thorndon Quay, Wellington
Man-Made Jewels, Jewels of the Earth
December 1, 2009 - September 15, 2010
Musees Barbier-Mueller, Geneva
James Cook an the Discovery of the South Seas
May 12 - September 13, 2010
Museum fur Volkerkunde, Neue Burg, Vienna
Parcours des Mondes: Le Salon International des Arts Premiers
September 8 - 12, 2010
Paperskin: The Art of Tapa Cloth
June 19 - September 12, 2010
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington
Cerisse Palalagi: Motunei
June 19 – September 12, 2010
Deane Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
Sounding the Pacific: Musical Instruments of Oceania
Closes September 6, 2010
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Michael C. Rockefeller Wing
Fowler in Focus: Courtly and Urban Batik from Java
May 23 - September 5, 2010
Fowler Museum of Cultural History, University of California, Los Angeles
'Pull, Poke, Fold' by Wendy Kawabata
July 15 - August 29, 2010
Corban Estate Arts Centre
He Reo / Voices – Group Show
July 23 – August 27 , 2010
Mangere Community Arts Outreach Service
Garamuts, Tifa, and Tambourines: Drums of the Pacific Rim
July 22 - August 18, 2010
Alcheringa Gallery, Victoria, BC, Canada
Diaspora (a dispersion of people from their homeland), a solo exhibition by Ernest Aurora
July 16 - August 7, 2010
Fresh Gallery Otara, Otara Community Courtyard, Otara
Au Mei Moana – Returning Tides: The Tonga Cultural Heritage Exhibition
July 27 – August 1, 2010
Fa’onelua Convention Centre in Nuku’alofa, Tonga
17th Biennale of Sydney: The Beauty of Distance - Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age
May 12 - August 1, 2010
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
By appointment until 26 July: every first and third Wednesday of the month
Open during Ghent Feasts 16-26 July 2010
Ethnographic Collections of Ghent University, Het Pand, Belgium
Pasifika Festival presents ARTSpeak Pasifika – a two-day national fono for the Pacific arts industry
July 25 - 26, 2010
Open Narratives/ New Paintings: Various Artists
June 26 - July 25, 2010
LeSA Gallery, Wellington
'Ömie Artists: Rweromo garé niogehu mamabahe ajivé (Come and see the beauty and brightness of our barkcloths)'
July 2 - 25, 2010
Chapman Gallery, Canberra, Australia
Tayenebe, Tasmanian Aboriginal women’s fibre work
March 30 - July 25, 2010
National Museum of Australia, Canberra
Object, Image, Collector: African and Oceanic Art in Focus
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
Closes 18 July 2010
Matariki Festival '10
June 14 - July 14, 2010
Auckland, Manukau, North Shore and Waitakere, New Zealand
Meaning and symbolism of male ornaments in Africa and Oceania
Closes July 11, 2010
Musée Dapper, Paris
Native Coconut featuring Margaret Aull, Leilani Kake, Janet Lilo and Cerisse Palalagi
Curated by: Ema Tavola
June 18 – July 10, 2010
Opening: 6-8pm, Thursday 17 June
Fresh Gallery Otara
Unnerved: The New Zealand Project
May 1 – July 4, 2010
The Fairfax Gallery (Gallery 1.1), 1.2, 1.3, GoMA
Last Ride in a Hot Air Balloon: 4th Auckland Triennial
March 11 - June 20, 2010
Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
Le projet d'agrandissement du MEG
16 février - 20 juin 2010
MEG | Carl-Vogt
Talanoa; Walk the Talk VII by Shigeyuki Kihara at the Emerge Festival 2010
Events: June 20, June 22, 2010
Tino Rangatira Tanga by Leilani Kake
April 2 - June 13, 2010
City Gallery, Civic Square, Wellington
Niu Pasifik - Urban art from the Pacific Rim
April 6 – June 13, 2010
The C.N. Gorman Museum, University of California at Davis
Blood’s Thicker Than Mud, by Terry Koloamatangi Klavenes
May 14 – June 12, 2010
Opening: 6-8pm, Thursday 13 May
Fresh Gallery Otara
Chris Charteris: "To the Heart of the Matter”
May 16 - June 12, 2010
FHE Galleries, Wellesley St, Auckland
Where Masks Still Dance - New Guinea
December 26, 2009 - June 6, 2010
Bowers Museum Santa Ana, CA
Power and Aesthetics: Traditional Life in Micronesia
May 12, 2009 - June 6, 2010
Linden-Museum Stuttgart, Germany
Culture Court, A public performance by Shigeyuki Kihara
Sunday, May 30, 2010, 3pm
National Gallery of Victoria International, 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourn Australia
Festival du Cinema des pays du Pacifique Sud
May 21 - 24, 2010
Palais des Congrès, Rochefort
Oceania: Signs of rites, Symbols of power
December 10, 2009-May 24, 2010
Re-opening of Wereldmuseum Rotterdam
"Tohinoa 'o' Manatu" ("Journal of My Memories") by Kulimoe'anga Stone Maka
April 28 - May 22, 2010
COCA Gallery, 66 Gloucester Street, Christchurch, New Zealand
Tongan Style: Featuring Lingisiva ‘Aloua, Kolokesa Kulīkefu, Noma‘Ofa-ki-Nu’usila Talakia’atu, Manuēsina Tōnata, Hūlita Tupou
Curated by: Kolokesa Māhina-Tuai & Manuēsina Māhina
April 16 – May 8, 2010
Opening: 6-8pm, Thursday 15 April
Fresh Gallery Otara
Dan Taulapapa McMullin: New Works
April 13 - May 7, 2010
Union by Tiffany Singh
March 12 - May 1, 2010
MIC Toi Rerehiko Gallery 1, 321 K’rd, Newton Auckland
Art en Vieille-Ville, Genève
Prochain vernissage de l'Art en Vieille-Ville jeudi 29 avril 2010 dès 17h
Journée portes ouvertes, samedi 1er mai entre 11h et 17h
Taho (To Shine) – Contemporary Photography From Oceania
Curated by Giles Peterson
Celebrating Connections: 60 Years of Pacific Islands Studies at Manoa
The Contemporary Pacific: A Journal of Island Affairs, An Exhibition of Cover Art
The University of Hawaii, Manoa
La Fine del Mondo by Edith Amituanai
February 26 - April 11, 2010
Opening: Thursday 25 February, 6pm
Corban Estate Arts Centre, Waitakere City
Capturing the Gaze: An Exploration of the Sexual, Social, and Psychological Circumstances of Looking
March 10 - April 10, 2010
Mark Hutchins Gallery, Wellington
Plastic by Czarina Wilson
March 19 – April 10, 2010
Fresh Gallery Otara
Tumbuna Art Project (TAP) Innaugural Project: Taim mi Lukim Exhibition
March 15-29, 2010
Broodbox Gallery, Melbourne
Opening reception: March 19, 2010
Wellington Sculpture Trust Gateway Call for Submissions
March 3-13, 2010
Artstation Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
MATUA O FAIAOGO MUAMUA, PARENTS ARE OUR FIRST TEACHERS
A solo exhibition by Pelenato Liufau*
February 19 - March 13, 2010
Fresh Gallery, Otara
Channeling Other Worlds
January 22 - February 27, 2010
Exhibition online at www.valleyhouse.com
Edge of Elsewhere
Gallery 4A, Sydney
January 16 - February 6, 2010
Loreen Taurerewa, Sleight of Hand
Pataka Museum of Arts and Cultures, New Zealand
November 21, 2009 - February 7, 2010
Season Gallery Exhibition: Special Show "Christus"
December 2009 - January 2010
Opening function: Tuesday, December 8, 2009, 5-7pm
McCarthy Art Gallery, Parnell, Auckland City, New Zealand
The Pacific Storms Exhibition Brisbane
Beyond Pacific Art
December 14, 2009 - January 2, 2010
Oceanic Art: Celebration of Form
San Diego Museum of Art
January 31, 2009 - January 3, 2010
Ethnographic Collections of Ghent University, Het Pand
December 3- 20, 2009
From 20:00-23:00; to Dec 20 11:00-12.30& 14:00-17:00; thereafter by appointment until July 26: every first and third Wednesday of the month; open during Ghent Feasts July 16-26, 2010
Samual Tupou: Somewhere in time
November 4-28, 2009
Michael Reid at Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, Australia
Spring Collection Now on View
Through November 27, 2009
91 St. Georges Bay Road, Parnell, Auckland City, New Zealand
Hailans to Ailans
Part 1: September 16 - October 17, 2009, The Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London, UK
Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 16, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Performance by Michael Mel and Rosanna Raymond: Thursday, September 24, 6:30 p.m.
Part 2: November 5 - November 26, 2009, Alcheringa Gallery, Victoria, Canada
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 5, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Tapa Etoffes cosmiques d'Océanie
June 7 - November 18, 2009
Musée de Cahors Henri-Martin, France
Northern Exposure: Crossing the Gap
An Exhibition of Northland Artists
October 24 - November 5, 2009
Opening reception, 2:00 p.m., Saturday, October 24, 2009
The Depot Artspace, Main Gallery, Devonport, 28 Clarence Street, Auckland, New Zealand
2009 Jolika Fellows Martin Morububuna and Purago Marabe Artists-in-Residence
October 7–November 1, 2009, Wednesday–Sunday, 1:00–5:00 p.m., Friday, 6:00–8:45 p.m.
de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA
Art After Dark Toi o te P? The Inspiration of Tapa
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa (Free Admission)
Wellington, New Zealand
Fiji Times Exhibition in Honor of Fiji Day
October 10-14, 2009, 12:00-6:00 p.m.
The Salon, Level 1, St Kevins Arcade, Karangahape Road, Auckland City
ethKnowcentrix: Museums Inside the Artist
September 10 - October 10, 2009
October Gallery, London
African and Oceanic Art from Barbier-Mueller Museum, Geneva
A Legacy of Collection
June 2 - September 27, 2009
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
September 8 - 18, 2009
Intersections, University of Hawaii Manoa
Department of Art and Art History
Frontia, an exhibition of new work by Lily Aitui Laita and Faith McManus
August 18 - September 5, 2009
Lane Gallery, 33 Victoria Street East, Central City, Auckland
Stone Maka, Solo Exhibition: New Paintings
August 17 - September 3, 2009
McCarthy Gallery Parnel, Auckland
Fiji Masi- Cloth of the Gods
May 23 - August 30, 2009
Pataka Museum of Arts and Cultures
Porirua City, New Zealand
SPIRIT of the PEOPLE - New Melanesian Art
An exhibition of contemporary art from Fiji, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands & Vanuatu
August 14 - 27, 2009
Corbans Art Estate Henderson, Waitakere City, Auckland
Talanoa: Walk the Talk IV
Saturday, August 15, 2009 at 12pm
Redfern Community Centre, 29 Hugo Street, Redfern, Sydney, Australia
Salle, Sisia, Xomerang: Modern Malagan Masters
July 16 - August 14, 2009
Alcheringa Gallery, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Sofia Minson Solo Exhibition
July 8 - August 13, 2009
McCarthy Gallery, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand
Liklik Luk Save- 'little window of understanding' - Papua New Guinea Contemporary Art Exhibition
July 19 - August 10, 2009
Aesthete Parnell Gallery, Habitat Courtyard, 251 Parnell Road, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand
The 'Don't /Pacify/ Me'
June 25 - July 10, 2009
St Paul St Gallery, Auckland Central
Chrysalid, featuring New Zealand/ Samoan Artist Lorene Taurerewa
June 12 - July 4, 2009
Amelia Johnson Contemporary, Hong Kong
Time and Tide: The changing art of the Asmat of New Guinea
from the American Museum of Asmat Art at the University of St. Thomas
February 14 - June 14, 2009
Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA)
____Exhibition of Melanesian, Micronesian and Polynesian artworks
Michael Reid at Elizabeth Bay, NSW, Australia
May 13 - June 6, 2009
Fresh Gallery Otara, South Auckland, New Zealand
May 15 - June 6, 2009
Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National University, Canberra
April 9 – May 24, 2009
Mangareva: The Pantheon of Polynesia
Musée du quai Branly, Paris
February 3 – May 10, 2009
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TAKE 40: The GILES PETERSON COLLECTION
Fresh Gallery Otara, South Auckland, New Zealand
April 17 - May 9, 2009
‘Opim Eye’ Art Exhibition
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
May 5 - 8, 2009, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Webb's Auction House, Newmarket, Auckland
April 27 - May 2, 2009
Pacific Island Heritage Day: Celebrating Our Pacific People, Ocean, Land, Sky, and Stars: Joe Harawai and Susan Lei present at the Natural History Museum in New York City
American Natural History Museum, New York City, Kaufmann and Linder Theaters
Sunday, April 26, 2009, 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Visit the American Museum of Natural History website to read more http://www.amnh.org.
'F for Fake' group exhibition
Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, Auckland, New Zealand
March 7 - April 22, 2009
For more information please visit: www.tetuhi.org.nz.
____Kauage: Artist of Papua New Guinea
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
March 18 - April 18, 2009
'Le Folauga' tours Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan
December 13, 2008 - April 5, 2009
Momoe von Rieche & Albert Wendt
McCarthy Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
March 16 - April 1, 2009
Celebrate Pasifika Auckland New Zealand
During the month of March 2009, Auckland is hosting Celebrate Pasifika, packed with Pacific events, art and culture. From large scale Pasifika Festival and ASB Polyfest, to the thought provoking Mau Frum, ther'sart, music, dance, theatre, workshops, seminars, exhibtions, sport, food, crafts, and more. Please visit Celebrate Pasifika website to learn more about the events and venues through the city of Auckland.Click here to download the full programme of Celebrate Pasifika 2009 events.
Tauranga Art Gallery
Tauranga, New Zealand
December 20, 2008 – March 1, 2009
Samoa Contemporary showcases the strength of Samoan art within the New Zealand and international contemporary art scene. While Samoan artists have exhibited internationally and nationally under the umbrella of Pacific art, this exhibition is dedicated solely to Samoan artists living and working in New Zealand.
The exhibition involves 17 artists. Three of the artists are Samoan-born but have become New Zealand residents and now view Samoa as ‘somewhere else’. This distance allows them to look at their culture through fresh eyes. In their various ways, the artists synthesise their Samoan heritage and their culture within New Zealand, as well as their wider New Zealand experiences, with a blend of customary and contemporary uniqueness.
Artists include: Edith Amituanai, Fatu Feu’u, Graham Fletcher, Niki Hastings-McFall, Lonnie Hutchinson, John Ioane, Anita Jacobsen, Shigeyuki Kihara, Lily Aitua Laita, Nanette Lela’ulu, Andy Leleisi’uao, Nestor Opetaia, Genevieve Leitu Pini, Greg Semu, Siliga David Setoga, Lorene Taurerewa, Michel Tuffery.
For information regarding Tauranga Art Gallery please visit www.artgallery.org.nz.
November 20, 2008 - March 1, 2009
An exhibition presented by EDF Diversiterre Foundation examines Easter Island's fascinating culture through the lens of its patrimony, landscape, and inhabitants. Nearly fifty works, most of which have never been seen by the public, trace the history of the island's populations and shed new light on the island itself through the latest archaeological findings. This exhibition also offers an opportunity to see Rapa Nui wood sculpture from both public and private collections.
For more information, please visit www.faoundation.edf.com.
Five Centuries of Indonesian Textiles: Selections from the Mary Hunt Kahlenberg Collection
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Ahmanson Building
September 18, 2008 – March 15, 2009
Indonesia's rich and diverse textile traditions will be highlighted in this exhibition of more than 90 works dating from the early fifteenth through twentieth centuries. Extremely rare textiles that have been radiocarbon dated to as early as 1403 will be shown. The cultural origins and influences of the varied ethnic, linguistic, and religious groups inhabiting the many islands of Indonesia will be seen in a dazzling array of abstract, figurative, and geometric design motifs. This exhibition is organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and curated by Sharon Takeda, costume and textiles, and Mary Kahlenberg, guest curator.
Woman's Ceremonial Skirt (Tapis) (detail), South Sumatra, Lampung, mid-nineteenth century, silk and cotton plain weave with metallic thread supplementary weft-patterning, and silk and metallic thread embroidery with gold foil and mica, Mary Hunt Kahlenberg Collection.
For more information, please visit www.lacma.org.
“GAIGAI IKA WOEYBADH YATHAREWMKA- Legends Through Patterns from the Past”
Robert Steele Gallery, New York, NY
Jannuary 22, 2009- February 28, 2009
Frank Hurley: Journey into Papua
Australian Museum, Level 2, Sydney
March 29, 2008 - February 22, 2009
Witness the culture clash between the Papuan people and the colonial settlers and experience the historical narrative of Papua in the 1920's in this unique new exhibition of 80 Frank Hurley images - many of which have never before appeared on public display.
While Hurley's superb coverage of the Mawson (1911-1913) and Shackleton (1914-1916) Antarctic expeditions, and the tragic horror of the First World War have guaranteed him a special place in the history of photography, his work in colonial Papua is less well known.
Now, Australian Museum visitors have the chance to see a fascinating selection of these historical images and gain a valuable insight into Hurley's life in Papua, his art and his ability to document distinctive turning points of the 20th century.
For more information, please visit www.austmus.gov.au.
Fresh Gallery Otara, New Zealand
January 23, 2009 - February 14, 2009
les autres / the others
Nouméa, New Caledonia
October 29, 2008 - February 8, 2009
Opening Celebration 28 October, 2008 – from 6 to 8 pm
at the Tjibaou cultural centre, Nouméa
Address : Rue des Accords de Matignon, Tina
BP 378 – 98845 Nouméa Cedex
Shigeyuki Kihara: Living Photographs
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
October 7, 2008 - February 1, 2009
In an outstanding career move, Auckland-based artist Shigeyuki Kihara will encounter one of the world’s foremost art institutions, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, when her solo exhibition opens in October.
Gods, Ghosts & Men
Pacific arts from the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
October 10, 2008 – January 11, 2009
Gods, Ghosts & Men draws exclusively on the National Gallery’s little known collection of traditional Pacific sculpture. The Pacific arts collection was initiated in 1968 with field collecting activities by Sir William Dargie in Papua New Guinea and in 1970 by Jean-Michel Charpentier in Vanuatu.
Many other works have been acquired through secondary sources during the 1970s and 1980s including the Max Ernst collection which features numerous spirit boards from the Papuan Gulf. Gods, Ghosts & Men exhibits some of the physical forms the ancestors and spirits could take. It is the first temporary exhibition in Australia for nearly twenty years on this scale and it is the first survey of the National Gallery’s Pacific arts collection. A collection known only by a handful of iconic works such as the 3500 year old echidna-like Ambum stone and the graceful double-figured house post from West Papua’s Lake Sentani. Through Gods, Ghosts & Men over 70 works from the Pacific never seen before by the Australian public can, after many years, now take their place in the sun. Proudly supported by the National Gallery of Australia Council Exhibitions Fund.
Visit www.nga.gov.au/exhibitions to learn more about exhibitions at the National Gallery of Australia.
Bambous kanak: Une passion de Marguerite Lobsiger-Dellenbach
MEG | Carl-Vogt
February 29, 2008 - January 4, 2009
Red Kwoma: Mythical Paintings from New Guinea
Musee Quai Branly, East suspended gallery, Paris
October 14, 2008 - January 4, 2009
This exhibition presents the paintings of three contemporary artists from New Guinea (East Sepik province): Kowspi Marek, Chiphowka Kowspi and Agatoak Kowspi. Using the founding myth of the Kwoma people, the exhibition tells the story of how men came from the earth thanks to a boar which returned covered in red earth. The visitor will be presented with the myth as a way of making sense of the world. Designed in collaboration with the artists and Kwoma communities, this exhibition shows how determined this culture is to have a future.
A catalog has been co-published by Musee du Quai Branly and Reunion des Musees Nationaux.
For more information about Musee Quai Branly, please visit www.quaibranly.fr.
Event at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
December 4, 2008
You will all be aware of the Maori carver Tene Waitere through Roger Neich's magnificent Carved Histories. One of Tene's less well known works is a pouhaki, or fully carved flagpole, made in 1920 as a gift for the then Prince of Wales, Edward, who was touring the colonies to thank them for supporting England during World War I. On his return, this pouhaki was presented by the Prince to the Navy, and erected at Whale Island, a base in Portsmouth Harbor where it remained until last year.
Following discussions involving Tene's great-great-great grandson James Schuster, the Navy and other bodies, the flagpole was moved to Cambridge for conservation work, and will be on permanent display there. A ceremony of dedication took place on the evening of December 4, attended by James and Cathy Schuster from Rotorua, Ngati Ranana, and others.
For more information, please visit: www.maa-cambridge.org
McCarthy Art Gallery | Albert Wendt
December 1 - 19, 2008
Albert Wendt is acknowledged internationally as one of New Zealand’s and the Pacific’s major novelists, poets and intellectuals. His work has been translated into any languages and is taught throughout the world. He has won many accolades and prizes and been awarded numerous honours.
What is not well known is that he is also a painter. He studied art at Ardmore Teachers College, with artists such as Selwyn Muru and Sandy Adsett, but has spent most of his life writing. He returned to painting in 2000 and has been painting with a huge passion since then. For the past four years he lived in Hawai’i and in September 2007, had his first exhibition of paintings at the Louis Pohl Gallery in Honolulu. It was very successful. He returned to his home in Ponsonby in July 2008, and has continued painting with the same intensity and passion. This is his first exhibition in New Zealand, proudly host by McCarthy Art Gallery.
McCarthy Art Gallery
Axis Building 1:9
Cnr St Georges Bay Road & Cleveland Road. Parnell
T: 09 300 4454
Private viewing: 021 138 6663
New Zealand Artist Lorene Taurerewa at The American Indian Community House Gallery
11 Broadway, 2nd Floor (opposite the National Museum of the American Indian), New York
October 17 - 21, 2008
2nd ANNUAL 2008 PIKO at KEAUHOU
Outrigger Keauhou Resort, Kona, Hawai’i
October 10 - 14, 2008
Indigenous Visual Art Exhibition: 2008 Sponsors: Outrigger Hotels, Hokulia, County Product Enrichment Program (CPEP), and The Keomailani Hanapi Foundation (KHF).
For more information visit Annual PIKO at Keauhou page on the KHF web site (will be posted in July): www.khf-nativehawaiianarts.com or call: 808 989-8003
HAND IN HAND
Plimsoll Gallery, Centre for the Arts, Hunter Street, Hobart, Australia
September 13 - October 3, 2008
Curated by: Jenny Fraser and Shigeyuki Kihara
Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, Maori, Samoan, Nuiean and Fijian artists from Australia and beyond. All Plimsoll Gallery exhibitions are formally opened at 5:30pm on the evening prior to exhibition commencement date. Gallery hours are from 12 noon - 5pm daily. The University of Tasmania’s exhibitions program receives generous assistance from the Minister for the Arts, through Arts Tasmania.
Phone: 03 6226 4309, Fax: 03 62264308
Plimsoll Gallery catalogues are available for sale.
L'art ancestral des Iles Marquises: Te haa tupuna kakiu no te henua enana
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Chartres, Chartres, France
June 21 - September 28, 2008
There are almost 300 pieces on view from French museums and institutions as well as from Tahiti & Neuchatel and of course a large group of art works from private collections. Many of these pieces are being shown in public for the first time. A group of early illustrations by Max Radiguet (artist on the Dupetit-Thouars expedition) and Ernest Goupil (the artist for the Dumont d'Urville expedition) are included in the show. A catalogue is being published with over 225 illustrations.
Texts by :
-Nadine Berthelier, Conservateur en Chef du musée des Beaux-Arts de Chartres
-Philippe Bihouée, Assistant de Conservation, musée des Beaux-Arts de Chartres
-Hélène Guiot, Ethno-archéologue, équipe Ethnologie préhistorique, UMR 7041 ArScAn, MAE Nanterre
-Anthony J.P.Meyer, galeriste
-Marie-Noëlle Ottino-Garanger, Docteur en Préhistoire, ethnologue et anthropologue, membre associé du laboratoire 275 du CNRS
-Pierre Ottino-Garanger, Docteur en archéologie préhistorique et chercheur à l'ORSTOM
-Claude Stéfani, Conservateur des musées de Rochefort
Behind the Cathedral
29 Cloitre Notre-Dame
92 36 89 45 79
Polynésie: arts et divinités 1760-1860
Musée du Quai Branly, Paris, France
June 16 - September 14, 2008
For more information, please visit www.quaibranly.fr.
Altogether: Contemporary Papua New Guinea Art
East-West Center Gallery, Honolulu, Hawai‘i
June 29 – September 5, 2008
Guest Curator: Dr. Jacquelyn Lewis-Harris
Featured Artists: Timothy Akis, Jakupa Ako, Wkeng Aseng, Wendi Choulai, Ruki Fame, Elisabet Kauage, Mathias Kauage, Gigmai Kundun, Watu Lopo, Benny Moore, Joe Nalo, Simon Novek, Larry Santana, Taba Silau, Albert Susuve,WakiWaikali, JaneWena, Cecil KingWungi
The Sarjeant Gallery, Wanganui, New Zealand
June 28 – August 24, 2008
The successfull group exhibition 'Samoa Contemporary' curated by the Pataka Museum in Wellington will be touring The Sarjeant Gallery in Wanganui, New Zealand opening on the June 28th, 2008. A selection of works from the Fa'a fafine series 2005 recently aquired by the Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand will accompany the 'Samoa Contemporary' exhibition.
For more information please visit: www.sarjeant.org.nz
The New Dowse, Lower Hutt, New Zealand
April 12 - August 30, 2008
What does it mean to identify yourself as ‘transgender or gender fluid’, in a world determined to define you as either male or female? In this challenging yet sensitive exhibition entitled Assume Nothing, The New Dowse invites you to leave your preconceptions at the door and take a walk in the shoes of those who identify themselves as ‘alternatively gendered.’ This series of stunning portrait photographs by Rebecca Swan, and award-winning documentary footage by Kirsty McDonald, reveals both the extraordinary, and often very ordinary worlds of New Zealand’s transgender community. These portraits are of transgender peoples from all walks of life, and include well-known personalities such as performer Carmen Rupe, politician Georgina Beyers, Wellington activist and spokesperson Mani Bruce Mitchel, and artist Shigeyuki Kihara. Assume Nothing is an exploration and true celebration of the complex world of gender diversity.
For additional information, please visit www.dowse.org.nz
Parents and caregivers: This exhibition contains nudity. Some images and language may offend some people.
THE NEW DOWSE
45 LAINGS RD
LOWER HUTT, NEW ZEALAND
phone : +64 (04) 5706500
Taualuga; the last dance
Live performance and work featured in 'Dateline Returns'
Govett Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand
May 31 - August 24, 2008
The solo performance entitled Taualuga; the last dance was first performed at the 4th AsiaPacific Triennial of Contemporary Art in 2002 with the Pasifika Divas performance art collective. Since then Shigeyuki Kihara has developed the Taualuga further by exploring indigenous Samoan belief systems while silmutaneously commenting on New Zealand's history and presence in the South Pacific region.
'I AM' an exhibition by Artist Delicia Sampero
New Zealand Portrait Gallery Te Kukenga Whakaata, Shed 11, Wellington
July 10 - August 14, 2008
Sampero's ambitious project brings an entire community together in one place. The installation of 40 individual portraits is a veritable who's who of the contemporary visual and performing arts community including painters, poets, dancers and sculptors. Some of the artists includes John Pule, Ani O'Neil, Dick Frizzell, Albert Wendt, Fatu Feu'u, Richard Lewer, Sofia Tekela-Smith, Martin Poppelwell, Jan Nigro, Shigeyuki Kihara, Tabatha Forbes, John Ioane, Tracey Collins, to name but a few. Some of the artists includes John Pule, Ani O’Neil, Dick Frizzell, Albert Wendt, Fatu Feu’u, Richard Lewer, Sofia Tekela-Smith, Martin Poppelwell, Jan Nigro, Shigeyuki Kihara, Tabatha Forbes, John Ioane, Tracey Collins, to name but a few. With the clever use of passport like stamps across a random selection of the portraits, Sampero addresses the politics of identity – the face (de face) of the individual within the collective.
For more information please visit: www.portraitgallery.nzl.org
10th Festival of Pacific Arts
July 20 - August 2, 2008
The idea of a Festival of Pacific Arts was conceived by the Conference of the South Pacific Comission (now the Pacific Community) in an attempt to combat the erosion of traditional customary practices. It grew out of the desire expressed by Pacific Island leaders for the people of the region to share their cultures and establish deeper understanding and friendship between countries. Since 1972, Pacific peoples have come together every four years to share and exchange their culture at the Festival of Pacific Arts. They come from more than 27 countries and the number of participatns has increased to more than 2000. The Festival is recognized as a major international cultural event and is the largest gathering in which Pacific people unite to gain respect for and appreciation of one another within the context of the changing Pacific.
For more information, please visit www.pacartsas.com
Rona Ngahuia Osborne
March 25 - April 12, 2008
From our first breath to our last, we are wrapped in cloth. When we are at our most vulnerable, alone with our dreams, cloth embraces us. It takes on our emotions, memories, hopes and pain. Imbued with the wairua of the past the blanket forms intimate associations.
O'kaioceanikart Gallery, Auckland City
March 7 - March 30, 2008
Pacific Circuit is an exhibition featuring Pacific-based artists from Papua New Guinea, Palau, Rarotonga, Solomon Islands and Fiji, and is curated by Nina Tonga and Craig Marlow.
The exhibition will be held in the O'kaioceanikart Gallery, which will also be home to the Designer Pacific Living Room exhibition in conjunction with St Kevin's Arcade PLR.
For more information contact Marilyn Kohlhase.
Phone: 09 3799 051 or email: email@example.com
Flat White, Black Pearl
Te Karanga Gallery
March 1 - March 22, 2008
Flat White, Black Pearl is being shown in Auckland's Te Karanga Gallery as part of the month-long Celebrate Pasifika festival. Atypical of the usual expectation of Pacific culture in the visual arts, it will only feature works that are in black and white. With almost 50 artists participating in the show, there are bound to be a few surprises about how the artists have chosen to express their ‘colour’ and cultural identity when confined to neutral tones. Jim Vivieaere has curated the exhibition along with Leeane Clayton, herself an emerging artist and first time curator. While the curators concentrate on creating the physical and intellectual experience of the exhibition, the artists determine their own views on issues of race and identity as Pacific artists. The exhibition invites people to take another look at the contrast of white and black, the personal expression of identity and wider issues of race and ethnicity.
For more information, please visit: www.colourmefiji.wordpress.com/2008/03/05/flat-white-black-pearl-1-22-march-te-karanga-gallery/
Hand in Hand, a group exhibition
Boomalli Urban Aboriginal Artist Co-Operative and Performance Space, Sydney, Australia
February - March, 2008
The first exhibition of its kind, the 'Hand in Hand' group exhibition is held in venues including Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative and Performance Space both venues based in Sydney with inclusion of artists ranging from Maori, Fiji, Niue, Samoa, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders all of whom are indigenous and 'queer' ie: Fa'a fafine, Takatapui, Sistagirl, Queenie, Third gender, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Intersexed community.
The exhibition takes place in February, 2008 to coincide with the 30th celebration of the Sydney Mardi Gras Festival, which promises to be even bigger, better, and brighter then ever before! Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative's annual Sydney Mardi Gras exhibition is an opportunity for indigenous artists across the Pacific to participate in a celebration of international standing through an exhibition program that openly challenges dominant views on sexuality in the Indigenous community. The exhibition is held in collaboration with the Performance Space at CarriageWorks and the Aids Council of NSW in Australia. The artwork featured includes paintings, print, sculpture, installations, photography, moving image, performance art, music and costume. This exhibition is supported by the Creative New Zealand Arts Council. Artists in 'Hand in Hand' group exhibition include: Gary Lee, Jeffery Samuels, Tracey Moffatt, Arone Raymond Meeks, r e a, Darrell Sibosado, Clinton Nain, Adrian Wills, Dianne Jones, Moana Nepia, Niwhai Tupaea, Sionelagi Falemaka, Dan Taulapapa McMullin, Claudine Sartain, Salote Tawale, Jenny Fraser and Shigeyuki Kihara. Cocurated by Jenny Fraser and Shigeyuki Kihara.
For more information, please contact Shigeyuki Kihara: firstname.lastname@example.org or Jenny Fraser: email@example.com
Pasifika Styles: Maori and Pacific Art and Culture in the 21st Century
University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
May 6, 2006 - February, 2008
An exhibition featuring historical collections and the latest in contemporary arts: painting, sculpture, body adornment, video art and installations.
For more information, please visit www.pasifikastyles.org.uk
World of Shadows – Art of the South Seas: Death Cult and Ancestral Portraits from New Ireland
Museen Dahlem, Ethnologisches Museum
Welt der Schatten - Kunst der Südsee
Totenkult und Ahnenbilder aus Neuirland
August 10 - November 11, 2007
The Ethnological Museum, together with the Saint Louis Art Museum in the United States and the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris, is the first to present this comprehensive show of art from New Ireland, compiled from collections in the United States, Europe and Australia.
The exhibition presents over 150 sculptures and paintings of outstanding artistic quality. Among them are the famous Uli figures with their sturdy breasts and large penises. The Uli figure has become a favoured object among collectors of Oceanic art, and André Breton sang its praises in a Surrealist poem.
The publication of Emil Stephan’s decisive work on the art of the South Seas ("Südseekunst") in Berlin a hundred years ago coincided with Pablo Picasso’s creation of his famous painting of "Les Demoiselles d’Avignon" which is often regarded as the starting point of European modern artists’ engagement with extra-European art.
Commissioned by the Berlin Museums for Ethnology, Stephan returned to New Ireland in order to carry out new research on the carvings which are currently regarded as the most important artistic creations of the South Seas. As objects that received early European attention, they soon acquired a high status among collectors and can now be found in museums worldwide.
Presented by: Ethnological Museum.
For more information, visit: www.smb.museum/suedsee
Murawari Works by Roy Barker Jr.
Macleay Museum at the University of Sydney
Exhibition Dates: 24 July - 28 October 2007
The diverse landscape of far north-west NSW encompasses the Barwon and Darling River Systems, artesian water wells, forest, scrub and plains. Negotiating the thousands of botanical species of this area and recognising not just what tree to cut but when and where to cut it is one of the many skills Barker has learnt from his family. Now an established artist and artefact maker, Barker engages with the need to preserve the integrity and continuity of Aboriginal knowledge and techniques while embracing modern technologies and methods in his carving style.
Barker's works are exhibited as a commentary on the Western knowledge of system of scientific order devised by Carl Linnaeus.
For more information, please visit: www.usyd.edu.au/museums/
Coaxing the Spirits to Dance: Art of the Papuan Gulf
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
On view until December, 2007
This exhibition presents some 60 powerful and graphically elaborate sculptures and 30 rare historical photographs from the Gulf province of Papua New Guinea. The sacred objects, alongside photographs that show them in context, demonstrate the deep connection between art and community life in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Drawn from public and private collections, as well as the Museum's own holdings, many of the works are being exhibited for the first time in the only in-depth investigation of these art traditions in 45 years.The selection of rare historical photographs—some exhibited for the first time—taken by early travelers to the Papuan Gulf is drawn from The Photograph Study Collection of the Metropolitan Museum’s Department of the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas.
For more information, visit: www.metmuseum.org
The 5th Asia–Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT5)
The Queensland Art Gallery, in Brisbane
2 December 2006 to 27 May 2007
the other APT
28 November, 2006 - 23 January, 2007
the other APT explores issues for “Australia’s” Native peoples and our role in the Asia Pacific Region, and also deals with the issues of migration of our neighbours including the importance of Place, Legend, Identity, Politics and Mutual Respect in the interest and importance of open Art Dialogue.
The exhibition will feature exceptional works from Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, Melanesian, Polynesian, Maori, and Asian Artists based in Australia that comment on the complexity of the here and now and provide refreshing alternative perspectives. To open at Raw Space Galleries, 99 Melbourne St, South Brisbane, December 1, the other APT will coincide with the Asia Pacific Triennial at the Queensland Art Gallery, and is situated just around the corner.
Join us for a free opening program from 7pm featuring:
MC Brett Button, Indidge-n-art, Sarah Patrick, the Torres Strait Islander Dancers, Polytoxic, Ann Fuata, Tauline Virtue and more special guests.
Thursday 30 November, 3pm : Charles Street, Paul Bong, Mayu Kanamori
Wednesday 6 December, 3 pm : Christine Christophersen, Ann Fuata, Ritchie Ares Dona
Thursday 7 December, 3pm : Jo-Anne Driessens, Chantal Fraser & Polytoxic, Maia Critique
Tuesday 5 December, 3pm : with Giles Petersen, Curator based in Aotearoa, NZ
New Ireland: Art of the South Pacific
St. Louis Art Museum
October 15, 2006 - January 7, 2007
Additional venues: Musee du Quai Branly, Paris, April 2-July 8, 2007 and Ethnologisches Museum, Staatliche zu Berlin, August 10-November 11, 2007.
For more information and related programs, visit http://www.slam.org
Power & Taboo
The British Museum
September 28, 2006 - January 7, 2007
Displaying part of the British Museum’s remarkable early collections from this region, and illustrated with images made in the early part of European settlement (1760-1860), the exhibition investigates Polynesian ideas about the gods and how to manage their power. Rare examples of feathered cloaks and valuable ornaments of jade and ivory from islands such as Aotearoa New Zealand, Rapa Nui Easter Island and Hawaii are also included in the exhibition. Many of these objects had a lasting influence on 20th century artists such as Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso.
For more information, visit: www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk
Objets de pouvoir en Nouvelle-Guinée : donation Anne-Marie et Pierre Petrequin
On view until January 7, 2007
The exhibition "Objets de pouvoir en Nouvelle-Guinée : donation Anne-Marie et Pierre Petrequin" is now on view at the Musée des Antiquités nationales, in Saint-Germain-en-Laye (close to Paris) until the 7th of January 2007. Catalogue de la donation Anne-Marie et Pierre Pétrequin (1500 pièces), 544 pages, 159 illustrations en couleur et 951 illustrations en noir et blanc, éditions RMN, 100€ (French available only).
For more information, visit: www.musee-antiquitesnationales.fr
Ombres de Nouvelle Guinée: Arts de la grande île d'Océanie dans les collections Barbier-Mueller
On view until November 25, 2006
The exhibition "Ombres de Nouvelle Guinée: Arts de la grande île d'Océanie dans les collections Barbier-Mueller" is now on view at the Fondation Mona Bismarck, 34 avenue de New York, 75116 Paris until November 25, 2006. Various members of PAA have contributed to an illustrated catalogue, edited by Philippe Peltier and Floriane Morin (French available for € 59; English version at the press).
For more information, visit: www.monabismarck.org
Coaxing the Spirits to Dance: Art and Society in the Papuan Gulf of New Guinea
Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College
April 1 - September 17, 2006
The exhibition explores the relationship between social life and artistic expression since the nineteenth century in one of the most important art-producing regions of Papua New Guinea.
For more information, visit: www.hoodmuseum.dartmouth.edu
Pacific Encounters: Art and Divinity in Polynesia 1760-1860
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
May 21 - August 13, 2006
Over 250 objects, including major sculptures in wood and stone, feather and basketry images, feather cloaks, wooden bowls, decorated bark cloths, ornaments and valuables of ivory, shell, bone and nephrite, and other ritual items such as fly whisks, fans and drums. representing the major regions of Polynesia. Many rarely exhibited.
For more information, visit:www.scva.ac.uk
Catalog by Steven Hooper, published by British Museum Press £25, available at www.britishmuseum.co.uk; in NZ in conjunction with Te Papa Press, NZ$64.99 at firstname.lastname@example.org
MANA: Ornament and Adornment from the Pacific
Cuming Museum, London
February 28 - July 15, 2006
Jewellery, dress, and body ornament as seen in 18th and 19th century objects from the Cuming collection.
For more information, visit: www.southwark.gov.uk
Turning Tides: Gender in Oceania Art
University of California San Diego Graduate Gallery
February 7 - February 10, 2006.
Works of art created by George Nuku, Filipe Tohi, and others
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge, and
the Sainsbury enter for the Visual Arts at the University of East Anglia
Pasifika Styles exhibition
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge
Life in the Pacific of the 1700s: The Cook/Forster Collection of the Georg August University of Göttingen
Honolulu Academy of Arts
February 23 - May 14, 2005
For photos of the opening and installation, go to:www.honoluluacademy.org
PACIFIC PATTERN, an exhibition of photographs by Glenn Jowitt
Clore Education Centre, British Museum
November - December, 2005
Paradise Now? Contemporary Art from the Pacific
Asia Society, New York
February 18 - May 9, 2004
Exhibition of contemporary Pacific art open at Asia house in New York
Ozeanien - Kult und Visionen
Lippisches Landesmuseum Detmold
October 10, 2003 - February 14, 2004
Korewori - Magische Kunst aus dem Regenwald (Korewori, Magic Art from the Rain Forest of Papua New Guinea)
Museum der Kilturen, Basel
March 27, 2003 - January 18, 2004
The Marquesas: Two Centuries of Cultural Traditions
Mission Houses Museum, Honolulu
October 23 - December 15, 2003
Island Connections: Cultures of the Pacific
Mathers Museum, University of Indiana
On view until 29 June, 2003
Embedded Nature: Tapa Cloths from the Pacific Islands
Peabody Museum-Harvard University
On view until 31 January, 2003
The exhibit features some of the earliest known tapa from the Pacific Islands as well as recent gifts of constructed tapa items from Tonga and the Cook Islands. The Peabody Museum, located at 11 Divinity Avenue on the Harvard University campus in Cambridge, MA.
Weltvagant - ein Leben auf Reisen: Paul Wirz (1892-1955) / World Traveler - A LifeAbroad: Paul Wirz (1892-1955)
Kantonsmuseum Baselland, Liestal, Switzerland
October 25, 2002 - January/February, 2003
A selection of photographs by this noted ethnologist will also be on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 18 February - 28 June, 2003.
APT 2002: Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art
The Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
September 12, 2002 - January 27, 2003
Art from the South Seas: The Admiralty Islands
Museum Rietberg, Zurich, Switzerland
June 16 - October 20, 2002
160 works on loan from the museums of Basel, Bremen, Berlin, Dresden, Stuttgart, Munich, Cologne, collected up to 1931 (Basel) or pre-1914 (German museums).
Anceaux's Glasses: Anthropological Photography since 1860
Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde, Leiden, The Netherlands
March 8 - September 8, 2002
Third Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT3)
The Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
September, 1999 - 26 January, 2000
The British Museum, London
Second Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT2)
The Queensland Art Gallery, in Brisbane
September 27, 1996 - January 19, 1997
First exhibition of contemporary Maori art
Auckland Art Gallery
October 1 - November 26, 1995
Korurangi: New Maori Art (New) Catalogue
Bottle Ocean, an exhibition of contemporary Pacific art
Travels throughout New Zealand
First Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art
The Queensland Art Gallery, in Brisbane.
17 September - 5 December 1993
Te Moemoe no Iotefa (The Dream of Joseph)
This was the first traveling exhibition to include contemporary Pacific artists.
Pacific Spirits: Life, Death, and the Supernatural
Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago
Opened November 10, 1990
Traveling the Pacific
Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago
Taonga Maori, Treasures of the New Zealand Maori People
The Australian Museum, Sydney
The Art of Micronesia
The University of Hawaii Art Gallery
Magnificent Voyagers: Collections from the US Exploring Expedition
National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
Weavings from the Micronesian Islands
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York
Te Maori: Maori Art from New Zealand Collections
The Mertroplitan Museum of Art in New York
The exhibition travels to St. Louis, Chicago and San Francisco before returning to New Zealand.
Art of the Pacific Islands
National Gallery of Art in Washingtion, DC
First contemporary native Hawaiian art exhibition
The Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
Organized by Hae Nauau II Society of Hawaiian artist
Artificial Curiosities, an exhibition of the Cook voyage materials
The Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
Hall of the People of the Pacific
The American Museum of Natural History, New York
Organized by Margaret Mead
From the Islands of the South Sea. 1773-1774, an exhibition of the Forster collection from Cook's second voyage
The Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford
Sculpture of Polynesia
Art Institute of Chicago