Flower Power catalogue text by Andrea Busto.

Magazine cover

Shigeyuki Kihara “Gender & identity: Samoa’s narratives” in Aesthetica 26

Owen Leong writes about Shigeyuki Kihara in Peril Asian-Australian Arts and Culture Magazine.

ONE News story

ONE News story “NZ fa’afafine artist exhibits at NY’s Met”. Follow this link to view video.

“The artful divas” – Julianne Pierce writes about Pasifika Divas in RealTime Magazine, Australia’s critical guide to international contemporary arts. RealTime 52: Dec-Jan 2002.

Shigeyuki Kihara interview on BBC World Service – The Strand.

International Life Review

Culture 24

702 ABC Sydney: Bringing cultures together using music and art (22 January 2010)

MiNDFOOD Magazine March 2010 features a fabulous photo shoot they did on the Auckland Art Gallery’s development site.

Follow this link to view video: get behind-the-scenes at the Auckland Art Gallery shoot for the birthday edition of MiNDFOOD magazine, featuring Shigeyuki Kihara (among others).

Art on the Edge

Article covering Talanoa: Walk the Talk VII, Multicultural Arts Victoria, Melbourne, Australia.

”Down Under’ from What?’ – an article covering  ‘Edge of Elsewhere’ on the Institute for Cultural Diversity’s website.

ethKnowcentrix: Museums Inside the Artist at October Gallery, London – review in ArtAsiaPacific Magazine, New York by John Jervis.

A review of the ‘Edge of Elsewhere’ project featuring Richard Bell, Wang Jianwei and Shigeyuki Kihara appeared recently in the Chinese language edition of Artforum International Magazine.

The ‘Edge of Elsewhere’, one of the highlights of the Sydney Festival, has been featured in a news article produced by ABC Arts Online, Australia.

A documentary following Shigeyuki Kihara from Auckland to New York (2008) is now online, as part of the Kete Aronui series, Maori Television.

‘From Full Dusk to Full Tusk: Reimagining the ‘Dusky Maiden’ through the Visual Arts’ by Andrea Marata Tamaira has been published in The Contemporary Pacific Journal, University of Hawai’i Press, Hawai’i. The article explores the notion of the ‘Dusky Maiden’ through the works of William Hodges, John Webber, Rosanna Raymond, Sue Pearson and Shigeyuki Kihara. Read the full chapter here: From Full Dusk to Full Tusk.

Follow this link to view the TV article on the public performance of ‘Talanoa: Walk the Talk VII’ (2010) profiled on Australia Network TV.

Shigeyuki Kihara’s Samoan “Culture for Sale” Taps Unknown History, article on PacificEyeWitness, 10 April 2012.

Interview included as part of The Body, Art Through Time: A Global View (2011).

Shigeyuki Kihara: A lament for the lost by Adam Gifford, The New Zealand Herald | 8 September 2012

Tsunami inspires winning artwork by Linda Herrick, The New Zealand Herald | 4 September 2012

13 Kihara -Review- ODT 130321 p28

Review of ‘Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?’ by Julie Jopp, Otago Daily Times | 21 March 2013

13 Kihara- Article- Listener- 20 April 2013 p40-41Breaking the mould by Mark Amery, New Zealand Listener | 20 April 2013

13 Ellis Kihara -Review- ODT 130425 p42Review of ‘Undressing the Pacific’ by James Dignan, Otago Daily Times | 25 April 2013

Review of ‘Shigeyuki Kihara: Undressing the Pacific’ by T.J. McNamara, The New Zealand Herald | 16 March 2014

Review of ‘Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?’ by Mark Amery, The Dominion Post | 26 March 2014


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