Over the last three years, Art Dubai has created a defining platform for current art practice in the Middle East, setting the business of art within a context that is intelligent, stimulating and relevant. Earlier this year, Art Dubai’s third edition attracted an audience of over 14,000 visitors from across the Middle East, South Asia […]
The entire series of works from Fa’a fafine: In a manner of a woman (2005) will be featured in a group exhibition entitled ‘Capturing The Gaze’ held at Mark Hutchinson Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand, opening 10 March 2010.
Talofa lava and Greetings, My recent project with the Sydney Festival was very successful and images from the ‘Edge of Elsewhere’ exhibition can now be viewed on Flickr. I’m currently in the early stages of my research towards my next project for the Sydney Festival 2011, and will keep you informed of my progress… During […]
What I Think About When I Think About Dancing? Group exhibition at Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sydney opening 27th November 2009. Sydney’s Campbelltown Arts Centre is producing What I Think About When I Think About Dancing? This contemporary interdisciplinary project explores and responds to the shifting parameters and intersections of dance and other art practices by […]
New Zealand’s Pacific artists were honoured at the Creative New Zealand Arts Pasifika Awards 2009 in Waitakere City on 13 November. An opportunity for Creative New Zealand to encourage and celebrate excellence in Pacific arts in New Zealand, among the awards presented, Shigeyuki Kihara received the Contemporary Pacific Artist’s Award – alongside fellow successful artists […]
The ‘Assume Nothing’ film will be screened as part of the Queer DOC film festival in Sydney on 9th September 2009. Directed by filmmaker Kirsty MacDonald, ‘Assume Nothing’ is also a finalist in the Qantas Film and Television Awards for Best Arts/Festival/Feature – Documentary!
Welcome to the website of Shigeyuki Kihara, a leading Samoan-born interdisciplinary artist currently based between Apia, Samoa; Auckland, New Zealand; and Sydney, Australia.