How to look at Māori art in the 21st century

From Nine To Noon, 10:15 am on 12 June 2015

Dr Rangihiroa Panoho has 22 years professional experience as a leading New Zealand Rangihiroa Panohocurator and art historian and his specialist areas are Māori, Pacific, New Zealand and international indigenous art. He has published and lectured extensively, and participated in collective projects, exhibitions and presentations within the Australasian gallery circuit, New York University, Field Museum Chicago and the International Social Sciences Council UNESCO, Paris.

Dr Panoho is the author of Māori Art: History, Architecture, Landscape and Theory. Māori Art asks challenging questions regarding how we see Māori art and who controls the way in which we see it.