Mata Aho Collective

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Mata Aho Collective at documenta 14

10 June —
17 September 2017

documenta 14 - Kassel, Germany

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Conference: Islands on Sale, New Zealand and Pacific Arts in the Global Marketplace

30 June —
01 July 2017

Regent’s University, London & University of Northampton, U.K.

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Oceania, at the Royal Academy

29 September —
10 December 2018

The Royal Academy of Arts, London, U.K.

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Oceania tours to Musée du Quai Branly, Paris

12 March —
07 July 2019

Musée du Quai Branly, Paris, France.

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Closing weekend of Océanie

28 June —
30 June 2019

Musée du Quai Branly, Paris, France

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Mata Aho Collective at National Gallery of Canada

08 November 2019 —
05 April 2020

National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada

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Mata Aho Collective at Dhaka Art Summit

07 February —
15 February 2020

Shilpakala Academy, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Writing

Mata Aho Collective at the Dhaka Art Summit

By Pauline Autet

21.04.2020

We finish our first series focusing on the Asia region with Contemporary HUM Editor Pauline Autet interviewing Mata Aho Collective on their participation in the Dhaka Art Summit, Bangladesh in February 2020, where they partook in panel discussions and practised a type of waiata (song) called a pātere.

Writing

Whose Oceania?

By James Belich, Lana Lopesi, Matariki Williams, Pauline Autet

14.11.2018

Missed HUM's panel discussion Whose Oceania? in London? We're excited to publish the transcript of this discussion, which proved to be a stimulating talk interrogating the themes and issues addressed in the exhibition Oceania at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, as well as the responses to it from across Te Moana Nui a Kiwa.

Writing

Seeing documenta 14 from the other south

By Jon Bywater

20.10.2017

New Zealand critic Jon Bywater discusses documenta 14 and the work of participating artists from Aotearoa New Zealand, Ralph Hotere, Mata Aho Collective and Nathan Pohio, marking the first time New Zealand artists have been included in documenta.

Writing

Islands on Sale

By Alastair Carruthers, Contemporary HUM, Mata Aho Collective, Tessa Giblin

05.08.2017

In this panel discussion between Erena Baker and Bridget Reweti (Mata Aho Collective), Alastair Carruthers (Commissioner of NZ at Venice 2017) and Tessa Giblin (Commissioner and Curator of Ireland at Venice 2017), the participants discuss globalisation, national identity, the politics of representation and New Zealand's role in contemporary international art discourse. 

Project

Islands on Sale

Panel discussion in London

A panel discussion organised by Contemporary HUM on globalisation, national identity and the politics of representation at New Zealand Studies Network conference ISLANDS ON SALE, Regent's University London, 1 July 2017.