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Paradise Camp by Yuki Kihara

Renowned artist Yuki Kihara, the first transgender and Samoan representative for New Zealand at the Venice Biennale, reimagines an iconic Western moment. Kihara's interdisciplinary art deconstructs gender norms, colonial legacies, and (mis)representations in the Pacific. In New Zealand's debut at the 59th International Art Exhibition in Venice, Kihara's innovative work tackles contemporary issues.

In this accompanying publication, editor Natalie King has gathered global contributors to explore themes in Kihara's art, including race, gender, decolonisation, and more. The book contextualises Kihara's work, which challenges established narratives and turns history upside down.

Contributors hail from diverse regions, including Tahiti and Aotearoa, featuring prominent figures like Coco Fusco, Chantal Spitz, Patrick Flores, and Natalie King OAM, who edited the book.

Publisher name Thames & Hudson Australia Pty Ltd
Publication date 23 April 2022
Number of pages 176
Format Hardback
Contributors Edited by Natalie King
Dimensions 22.4 x 30.5 cm
Weight 1170 g