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Kahui whetu : contemporary Maori art : a carver's perspective ; photography by Kerry Grant, Kenji Nagai, Jack Inwood

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  • Description

    Roi Toia and Todd Couper are contemporary carvers drawing upon tribal histories, cosmology and spirituality in creating contemporary carvings inspired by ancient Maori lore, but open to and encompassing other cultures. Each work is accompanied by an explanation of genesis, form and materials.

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    GN672.6.A7 TOI (Library of Congress Call Number)

    37017 (Cat ID)

    67570 (DBTextworks system ID)

    30016 (Presto content ID)

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