PIMPI KNOWS
Notes, images + inspiration by #SouthAuckland-based writer + #PacificArt curator Ema Tavola
PIMPI KNOWS
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Love this image by #CraigHorne from his upcoming exhibition, “Ōtāhuhu - Global Suburb” opening on October 6 at Ōtāhuhu Council Chambers, Level 1, 12 High Street, #Ōtāhuhu, #SouthAuckland. #Sikh #Auckland #Community #CreativeCommunities #CNZ #Southside #Otahu
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aadatart:

EXHIBITION: Black Chronicles II at Rivington Place, London, UK from September 12 – November 29, 2014
Autograph ABP presents Black Chronicles II, a new exhibition exploring black presences in 19th and early 20th century Britain, through the prism of photography – particularly studio portraiture. The exhibition presents over 200 photographs, which present new knowledge and offer different ways of seeing the black subject in Victorian Britain, and contribute to an ongoing process of redressing persistent ‘absence’ within the historical record.
Learn more in The Art List: 16 International Art Exhibitions to See This September
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aadatart:

EXHIBITION: Black Chronicles II at Rivington Place, London, UK from September 12 – November 29, 2014
Autograph ABP presents Black Chronicles II, a new exhibition exploring black presences in 19th and early 20th century Britain, through the prism of photography – particularly studio portraiture. The exhibition presents over 200 photographs, which present new knowledge and offer different ways of seeing the black subject in Victorian Britain, and contribute to an ongoing process of redressing persistent ‘absence’ within the historical record.
Learn more in The Art List: 16 International Art Exhibitions to See This September
Join us: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | Google+ | ART SHOP
aadatart:

EXHIBITION: Black Chronicles II at Rivington Place, London, UK from September 12 – November 29, 2014
Autograph ABP presents Black Chronicles II, a new exhibition exploring black presences in 19th and early 20th century Britain, through the prism of photography – particularly studio portraiture. The exhibition presents over 200 photographs, which present new knowledge and offer different ways of seeing the black subject in Victorian Britain, and contribute to an ongoing process of redressing persistent ‘absence’ within the historical record.
Learn more in The Art List: 16 International Art Exhibitions to See This September
Join us: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | Google+ | ART SHOP
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Got word today that the “#2girls1conference: Fundraising #PacificArt Style” project I undertook last year for my Master of Arts Management degree at #AUTUniversity has earned a 2013 School of Art + Design Postgraduate Research Award! Thank you BIG TIME to the many, MANY collaborators, funders and supporters who made this project a success! Leilani Kake and I had a massively rewarding time delivering the project, travelling to Vancouver to present at the Pacific Arts Association International Symposium but also feeling the massive generosity and support from our networks, friends and families! Vinaka vakalevu! #SouthAuckland #Oceania #RealTalk #Otara
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Looking at “Pacific Pattern” by Susanne Küchler & Graeme Were with photographs by #GlennJowitt again after hearing Jowitt discuss his work for this book at Pah Homestead last month. RIP Glenn 🌺 #Oceania #Samoa Pictured: Sakaria Toetu with decorated bicycle using teuila flowers for the parade at Teuila Festival, Apia, Samoa, 2003.
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@ninatonga and I being young brown curators back in 2007, Martin Hughes Contemporary Pacific Art Awards, Parnell, #Auckland #PacificArt #PacificCurators #Onesian
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twickks:

ALL HAIL THAT ASS 🙌🙏✊🙉🙊 @nickiminaj
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