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Paradise Camp by Yuki Kihara (books signed by the author & artist)
Paradise Camp by Yuki Kihara (books signed by the author & artist)
Paradise Camp by Yuki Kihara (books signed by the author & artist)
Paradise Camp by Yuki Kihara (books signed by the author & artist)
Paradise Camp by Yuki Kihara (books signed by the author & artist)
Paradise Camp by Yuki Kihara (books signed by the author & artist)
Paradise Camp by Yuki Kihara (books signed by the author & artist)
Paradise Camp by Yuki Kihara (books signed by the author & artist)
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Internationally renowned artist Yuki Kihara - the first Fa'afafine and Pacific artist to represent Aotearoa New Zealand at the Venice Biennale - reframes history through a contemporary queer, Indigenous lens

Interdisciplinary artist Yuki Kihara is the first Pasifika and first Fa'afafine artist to be presented by New Zealand at the prestigious 59th International Art Exhibition — La Biennale di Venezia, with a ground-breaking exhibition of new work that addresses some of the most pressing issues of our time. Kihara's work interrogates and dismantles gender roles, consumerism, (mis)representation, and colonial legacies in the Pacific. Edited by Natalie King, who has commissioned provocative essays from contributors from around the world, Paradise Camp contextualizes Kihara’s lifetime of works, which puncture and expose queer and question dominant narratives, turning so-called history on its head.

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About the Author

Yuki Kihara is an interdisciplinary artist living and working on Upolu Island, Samoa.
Since her solo acquisitive exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2008, Kihara has exhibited extensively all over the world. Her work is held in major collections, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, British Museum, Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art and Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Kihara is a research fellow at the National Museum of World Cultures in the Netherlands. Natalie King OAM (editor) is an Australian curator, editor and arts leader. She is an enterprise Professor of Visual Arts at the University of Melbourne. In 2017, she was curator of Tracey Moffatt: My Horizon, Australian Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale, accompanied by a publication that she edited with Thames & Hudson.

Format:Hardback

Size:27.0 x 19.5 cm

Extent:160 pp

Publication date:23 April 2022

ISBN:9781760761424