In 2008 Peter Robinson won New Zealand's most prestigious contemporary art award, the Walters Prize, for his exhibition 'Ack'. He received $50,000 and a trip to New York to show his work. Robinson's earlier work often used Māori motifs and themes to comment on issues of ethnicity and culture. Shown here is 'Snow ball blind time' (2008), which uses large pieces of polystyrene foam and varies each time it is exhibited, usually completely filling each gallery space.
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Govett-Brewster Art Gallery
Sculpture by Peter Robinson
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