Yuki Kihara


Yuki Kihara, John Pule and Ngahina Hohaia at PAN: The Pan-Austro-Nesian Arts Festival

17 July —
31 October 2021

Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan


Yuki Kihara in Oh, Museum

22 May —
11 July 2021

Cement Fondu, Sydney, Australia


Yuki Kihara, Art for SDGs

29 April —
09 May 2021

Kitakyushu Art Festival, Japan


Yuki Kihara, First Impressions: Paul Gauguin

17 November 2018 —
07 April 2019

Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, USA


Yuki Kihara in panel discussion at de Young SF

1.00PM — 3.00PM
10 February 2019

de Young Museum, San Francisco, U.S.A.


Visiting artist talk by Yuki Kihara at USC

6.00PM — 8.00PM
12 February 2019

University of Southern California Roski School of Fine Arts, Los Angeles, U.S.A.


Oceania tours to Musée du Quai Branly, Paris

12 March —
07 July 2019

Musée du Quai Branly, Paris, France.


Yuki Kihara speaks at Global Asia/Pacific Art Exchange

10 June —
16 June 2019

2019 NYU Global Asia/Pacific Art Exchange, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada


Yuki Kihara, Lisa Reihana and George Nuku at Museum Volkenkunde

21 February 2020 —
05 April 2021

Museum Volkenkunde, Leiden, The Netherlands


Playing with Gender at the Tropenmuseum

By Millie Riddell


What a Genderful World, the current exhibition at Amsterdam's Tropenmuseum, focuses on gender in the modern world and features Aotearoa artist Yuki Kihara; the next representative for New Zealand at the Venice Biennale. Writer Millie Riddell explores how the works presented function within the anthropological lens used in this exhibition and the balance between the genuine discussions of gender and the corporate and colonial undertones of the presentation.


Samoan Queer Lives (2018)

By Pauline de Souza


Eleven years in the making, this is the first publication of its kind; a collection of 14 short stories from fa'afafine, or transgender and queer Samoans, focusing on their individual experiences in historic and modern times. Edited by artists Dan Taulapapa McMullin and Yuki Kihara, and published by Little Island Press in October 2018. 


Whose Oceania?

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


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.