Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage
Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage

Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage

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This is a second-hand copy of the book Speaking in Colour - Conversations with Artists of Pacific Island Heritage by Sean Mallon and Pandora Fulimalo Pereira. 

Condition: This is a used book in good condition. The cover has shelf-wear with rubbing and creasing.

Publisher: Te Papa Publishing
Year: 1997
ISBN: 9780909010447
Format: Softback
Pages: 155
Condition: Used (Good)

In Speaking in Colour, ten artists of Pacific Island descent talk candidly about their lives and work, and about finding themselves as artists. They speak eloquently about coming to terms with their complex cultural heritage. As one of the artists, Lyle Penisula, puts it, ‘I don’t want people to look at my work and pigeonhole it. I am proud of being a Samoan but I am not just that.’

Many of the artists also pay tribute to those who have helped them, including the New Zealand painter Tony Fomison, and the distinguished Samoan artist Fatu Feu‘u, who have done much to support the work of young Pacific artists living in New Zealand.

The work of ten artists of Pacific Island heritage, Fatu Feu'u, Pauling Hoeft-Cocker, John Ione, Lily Laita, Iosefa Leo, Lyle Penisula, John Pule, Filipe Tohi, Michel Tuffery, Jim Vivieaere.

 

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