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Te Puna : Māori art from Te Tai Tokerau Northland

Author: Deidre Brown; Ngarino Ellis
Publisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Reed, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Te Puna brings together essays about the art of Te Tai Tokerau / Northland, including carving, painting, weaving, architecture, moko (tattoo) and waka building. It discusses how Northland Māori art was collected by museums and missionaries; and argues that Tai Tokerau was the cradle for contemporary Māori art. Shorter essays highlight artists such as Ralph Hotere, Shane Cotton, Hec Busby and Kura Te Waru Rewiri.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Tanka
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Deidre Brown; Ngarino Ellis
ISBN: 9780790010588 0790010585
OCLC Number: 156363958
Awards: Short-listed for Nga Kupu Ora Maori Book of the Decade 2009
Description: 160 pages : color illustrations, portraits ; 27 x 26 cm
Contents: Te toi whakairo o Te Tai Tokerau : A brief history of carving in Northland. Mana waka, mana tangata --
Ngā taonga tuitui tangata : Treasures weaving together the generations. Moko --
Icons, monuments and temples : The Christian influence on Tai Tokerau Māori architecture. Shane Cotton --
Raranga, whatu, tāniko : The rhythms of creation. Kura te waru rewiri --
Te Tai Tokerau and the contemporary Māori art movement : 'Letting it happen'. Windows in Mitimiti : Reframing Hotere.
Other Titles: Māori art from Te Tai Tokerau Northland
Responsibility: edited by Deidre Brown and Ngarino Ellis.

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Te Puna brings together essays about the art of Te Tai Tokerau / Northland, including carving, painting, weaving, architecture, moko (tattoo) and waka building.  Read more...

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