For background on the artist and works, see below.
Protect the whānau, Aotearoa
Protect all of our Communities Kuki Airani, Porirua
Protect the Aiga, Samoa
Protect all of our communities Porirua, Niue
Fijian Beating COVID, Fiji
Help Stamp Out COVID Porirua, Tokelau
Anga Ofa, Nau Fesiofaki, Tonga “Be Kind to Each Other, Look After Each Other”
Where is Tupaia? Meretoto June 1773
Tupaia’s Map, the Last Place, Meretoto Jan 1770
“Toroa at Otakou”
“Conversation with Capt Cookie at the Marae, Tahiti”
“Mata Landscape on Arrival”
Toroa Toroa Toroa
Moana Hawaiiki Nui “Puriri’ Lua I
Polynesian Rugby Tasi
Tu Meke Transforma
About the Artist“Manuia le aso. Kia orana. Ia ora na. Greetings. I’m Michel Tuffery, a New Zealand-based artist of Samoan, Rarotongan and Ma’ohi Tahitian heritage. My kaupapa within my art practice is the role of working “in between” as a connector by placing a fresh lens on environmental, community, cultural and art historical divides. I had the benefit of being in the first wave of artists with Pacific ancestry to work within the contemporary art world and we all came to prominence in the early 1990’s. I’ve sustained an amazing art career, with incredible platforms to engage myself creatively all over the world. As an active participator in contemporary culture my artwork is curated into major international exhibitions and commissions. Having undertaken numerous research and community residencies throughout the USA, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Asia, India, Australia and much closer to home Aotearoa and proudly the Pacific.” Michel aka Tuffs (http://micheltuffery.co.nz/about-michel-tuffery/) Michel Tuffery was appointed as a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to art in 2008.
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