Hotere


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Hotere

(ˈhɒtɛrɪ)
n
(Biography) Ralph. 1931–2013, New Zealand artist of Māori origin, noted esp for his minimalist Black Paintings
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Ralph Hotere and Shane Cotton, who happen to be two of Aotearoa/New Zealand's leading artists, are of Ngapuhi extraction.
We also have several Kiwi food suppliers like Shaky Isles on premise, plus art from leading artists such as Dick Frizzell and Ralph Hotere.
Using Momaday's poem as an entry point, in the next chapter he stages multiple juxtapositions of diverse Indigenous texts across historical and geographical boundaries and across genres and media--"Sad Joke on a Marae" by Maori poet Apirana Taylor, "Tangata Whenua" by Maori hip-hop group Upper Hutt Posse, "Blood Quantum" by Native Hawaiian poet Naomi Losch, and "When I of Fish Eat" by Maori poet Rowley Habib, with illustrations by Maori artist Ralph Hotere.
My guide book said they were good, and an additional reason for visiting Gore was to see its collection of paintings by Ralph Hotere, the much admired Maori artist who had died just the previous week.
Wilson s'est integre a un groupe dynamique de jeunes artistes maori parmi lesquels figuraient Raiph Hotere, Katerina Mataira, Muru Walters et Selwyn Wilson.
Visit the Eastern Southland Gallery which houses the famous John Money Collection, and works by leading contemporary artist Ralph Hotere, Hokonui Drive, Gore, phone 03 208 9907.
Ralph Hotere told me recently that he had been to the funeral of one of our old customers, Allen Percival.
A number of Maori works are included here, ranging from 'When 1 of Fish Eat' by Rowley Habib/Rore Hapipi with illustrations by Ralph Hotere, to Upper Hutt Posse's 'Tangata Whenua'.
A Ralph Hotere painting Towards Aramoana sold for a record $235,000 in December 2002 - the highest price paid for a world by a living New Zealand artist.
Gow declared there would have been far more national relevance in selecting 'a paua shell work by Ralph Hotere and Bill Culbert'.
Among artists used for this purpose were Barry Cleavin, Murray Grimsdale, Jeffrey Harris, Ralph Hotere, Michael Illingworth, Colin and Anne McCahon, Olivia Spencer-Bower, Anthony Stones, Garth Tapper and Philip Trusttum.
11): the title Still Shines when You Think of Iris taken from one of O'Sullivan's finest poems, the lines of which, in the words of Murray Bramwell, describe his persona Butcher's 'numinous vision'; the cover, a painting in brilliant blue by Ralph Hotere, seems to conjure up the sky when it is most vividly illuminated by the sun.