Yuki Kihara and John Pule – a joint exhibition at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, NZ


Storytelling, Pacific histories and politics are powerful drivers in the artwork of John Pule and Yuki Kihara. Follow the arresting narrative in Pule’s 18-part drawing Death of a God, which offers an account of anthropologist Dr Edwin Loeb’s early 20th-century fieldwork in Niue, and see Kihara’s clever critique of the pseudo-science of anthropometry – the measurement of the human individual – in her photographic series, A Study of a Samoan Savage.

Date: Sat 12 Dec 2015 — Sun 15 May 2016
Curated by Ron Brownson
Location: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Ground level corridor
Cost: Free entry

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