Story: Contemporary Māori art – ngā toi hōu

Isiaha Barlow, 'Mother Emare,' 2002 (2nd of 2)

Isiaha Barlow, 'Mother Emare,' 2002

In this triptych in the style of a medieval altarpiece, Barlow, a younger artist, pays tribute to one of the women pioneers of contemporary Māori art, Emare (Emily) Karaka.

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Reference: 2003/10/2
Artwork by Isiaha Barlow, 2002

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Jonathan Mane-Wheoki, 'Contemporary Māori art – ngā toi hōu - Contemporary Māori art in the 2000s', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 23 September 2023)

Story by Jonathan Mane-Wheoki, published 22 Oct 2014