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Michael Parekowhai was born in Porirua in 1968. His Māori whakapapa is Ngā Ariki and Ngāti Whakarongō. Parekowhai gained his BFA (1990) and his MFA (2000) from Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland. In 2001 Michael was awarded an Arts Foundation of New Zealand Laureate. Michael Parekowhai is Associate Professor in Fine Arts at the University of Auckland. His exhibition history spans almost two decades. He lives and works in Auckland.
Explore the range of cultural, symbolic and personal relations to be found in this constellation of photographs from the Auckland Art Gallery and Chartwell collections.
Explore the Gallery's permanent collection in one of the largest and most absorbing presentations of New Zealand art.
For Keeps is a unique opportunity to see Auckland Art Gallery's collecting activity with a sample of works acquired in the past three years. Each...
The Enchanted Garden explores the many different facets of our obsession with gardens and plants and the way such images function as metaphors. A walk...
The gravity defying deftness of birds, insects, fairies, dragons, angels and even the idea of the possibility of human flight have long fascinated people. This...
Increasing bombarded by synthetic sights, sounds and textures in our day-to-day lives, it is easy to get into the habit of selectively editing out sensual...
Nine Lives focuses on nine leading New Zealand artists, tracking across many of the significant developments in contemporary New Zealand art in last 20 years....
This exhibition reflects on cultural and historical ideas from the past and present. Historical beauty, fashion, adornment items, colonial and Māori clothing are represented in...