Whenua Hou: New Māori Ceramics | Sarjeant Gallery Whanganui
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Whenua Hou: New Māori Ceramics

Davina Duke, Takaoreore, Photo Ellie Smith

Whenua Hou: New Māori Ceramics

03 June – 27 August 2017

Sarjeant on the Quay, 31 Taupo Quay (above the i-SITE)

An exhibition that surveys current uku (clay) practice. Featuring the work of eight Māori artists who explore a range of responses to the physical and conceptual properties of this very tactile artform. The exhibition includes work from Aaron Scythe, Dan Couper, Davina Duke, Hana Rakena, Hera Johns, Jess Paraone, Stevei Houkamau and Tracey Keith.

Curated by Karl Chitham (Director – Tauranga Art Gallery) and Kim Paton (Director – Objectspace).

Developed and toured by Tauranga Art Gallery Toi Tauranga and Objectspace.  This exhibition has been generously supported by First Sovereign Trust

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