Parihaka : the art of passive resistance / edited by Te Miringa Hohaia, Gregory O'Brien and Lara Strongman.
Contributor(s): Hohaia, Te Miringa [editor.] | O'Brien, Gregory [editor.] | Strongman, Lara [editor.] | City Gallery Wellington [issuing body.] | Parihaka Pa Trustees.Material type: TextPublisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Wellington, N.Z. : [Parihaka?, N.Z.] : City Gallery Wellington ; Victoria University Press ; Parihaka Pa Trustees, 2001Description: 232 pages : illustrations ; 31 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0864734050; 9780864734051.Subject(s): Te Whiti-o-Rongomai, -1907 -- Exhibitions | Tohu Kākahi, 1828-1907 -- Exhibitions | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Government relations -- History | Art, Maori -- Exhibitions | Art, New Zealand -- Exhibitions | Whakaaturanga toi ataata | Toi Māori | Parihaka Pa (N.Z.) -- History | Parihaka Pa (N.Z.) -- Exhibitions | Parihaka Pa (N.Z.) -- In art -- Exhibitions | Parihaka Pa (N.Z.) -- In literature -- ExhibitionsDDC classification: 993.48
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
The invasion of Parihaka, Taranaki, by Pakeha (European) soldiers in 1881 is commemorated and explored in this book as one of the major historical events in the history of Aotearoa New Zealand. It analyzes the events leading up to the invasion and the immense strength and spirit of the Parihaka community, which continues today. One hundred and twenty years of art, poetry, and waiata are brought together in this study.
Includes brief biographical notes of artists and writers.
Features new works from 15 contemporary painters: Laurence Aberhart, John Baxter, Shane Cotton, Brett Graham, Fred Graham, Chris Heaphy, Tame Iti, Para Matchitt, Darcy Nicholas, Anne Noble, Seraphine Pick, John Pule, Natalie Robertson, Michael Shepherd, John Walsh; and 10 leading poets: Alistair Te Ariki Campbell, Dinah Hawken, Cilla McQueen, Chris Orsman, Roma Potiki, Elizabeth Smither, J. C. Sturm, Robert Sullivan, Apirana Taylor, Ian Wedde.
Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 2001: History and biography.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 226-239).
Te Pahuatanga o Parihaka / Hazel Riseborough -- Nga puutaketanga korero mo Parihaka / Te Miringa Hohaiua -- Parihaka : the living legacy / Tohepakanga Ngatai ... [et al.] -- The concept of wanaga at Parihaka / Ruakere Hond -- The provocation of Parihaka : reflections on spiritual resistance in Aotearoa / Paul Morris -- Ko Taranaki Maunga anake ki te mohio - Tarakani saw it all / James Mack -- An ornament for the Pakeha : Colin McCahon's Parihaka triptych / Jonathan Mane-Wheoki -- Muriwai to Parihaka / Wystan Curnow -- Gordon Walters : Te Whiti and Tohu : two koru paintings -- Ploughing : Ralph Hotere's 'Te Whiti' series / Gregory O'Brien -- Poetry for Parihaka, 2000 -- Biographies of artists & writers : Parihaka exhibition & publication.
This book features over 100 artworks exploring the legacy of Parihaka and its leaders, Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kakahi. Important new works commissioned from leading Maori, Pakeha and Pacific artists are reproduced in full colour. The book also includes historical and contemporary photographs; commissioned essays on the history, art, literature and contemporary significance of Parihaka; and new poems by leading writers. Many of the teachings and sayings of Te Whiti and Tohu are reproduced in full with extensive annotation by Te Miringa Hohaia.
In English, with some Māori.
Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 2001: History & Biography. (NB Two History & Biography awards were made in 2001.)