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Maori Necklace Heit Tiki from James Cook Maori Tribe, Royal Collection Trust, James Cook, Maori Art, Paua Shell, Carving Designs, Bone Carving, Statue, British Museum

Maori - Hei-tiki

James Cook, FRS (1728-79), known to history simply as Captain Cook, was granted a one-hour audience by George III in August 1771 after his return from his first expedition to the Pacific. It was probably at this meeting that Cook presented the King with this precious ornament, which the explorer had received from Maori of Queen Charlotte Sound in South Island, New Zealand, in October 1769. In Maori culture, tiki was the name given to the first created man, and hei means suspended. Carved…

Maori Necklace Heit Tiki from James Cook Maori Tribe, Royal Collection Trust, James Cook, Maori Art, Paua Shell, Carving Designs, Bone Carving, Statue, British Museum

Maori - Hei-tiki

James Cook, FRS (1728-79), known to history simply as Captain Cook, was granted a one-hour audience by George III in August 1771 after his return from his first expedition to the Pacific. It was probably at this meeting that Cook presented the King with this precious ornament, which the explorer had received from Maori of Queen Charlotte Sound in South Island, New Zealand, in October 1769. In Maori culture, tiki was the name given to the first created man, and hei means suspended. Carved…

Hei Tiki in the Royal Collection First Encounter, The Royal Collection, Episode 3, Documentaries, Cook, Maori, Documentary, Cooking

Tupaia's Endeavour, Episode 3

Part 3 of 3. Documentary series telling the story of an extraordinary Tahitian who was a visionary and the key to Cook’s survival in his encounters with the...

Joseph Banks was a British explorer and naturalist, and as long-time President of the Royal Society he steered the course of British science for the first pa. Royal Society, Natural History Museum, Science And Technology, Banks, Curriculum, Joseph, British, Cook, Youtube

Joseph Banks | The Collectors | Natural History Museum

Joseph Banks was a British explorer and naturalist, and as long-time President of the Royal Society he steered the course of British science for the first pa...

The final realisation of in Pursuit of Venus [infected] makes visible some historical narratives absent from the original wallpaper, such as the brisk trade of iron and desirable goods for sexual favours. Differing ideas of ownership and reciprocity resulted in misunderstandings and violent outbursts. This latest version includes famous figures like the privileged and inquisitive botanist Joseph Banks shown terrorising villagers with a Tahitian Chief Mourner; and Tupaia - the Machiavellian… Auckland Art Gallery, First Encounter, In Pursuit, Original Wallpaper, Favours, Banks, Art History, Joseph, How To Become

Lisa Reihana

The final realisation of in Pursuit of Venus [infected] makes visible some historical narratives absent from the original wallpaper, such as the brisk trade of iron and desirable goods for sexual favours. Differing ideas of ownership and reciprocity resulted in misunderstandings and violent outbursts. This latest version includes famous figures like the privileged and inquisitive botanist Joseph Banks shown terrorising villagers with a Tahitian Chief Mourner; and Tupaia - the Machiavellian…

The final realisation of in Pursuit of Venus [infected] makes visible some historical narratives absent from the original wallpaper, such as the brisk trade of iron and desirable goods for sexual favours. Differing ideas of ownership and reciprocity resulted in misunderstandings and violent outbursts. This latest version includes famous figures like the privileged and inquisitive botanist Joseph Banks shown terrorising villagers with a Tahitian Chief Mourner; and Tupaia - the Machiavellian… First Encounter, In Pursuit, Original Wallpaper, The Originals, Favours, Banks, Joseph, Iron, Painting

WEB IPOV

This is "WEB IPOV" by Lisa Reihana on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Joseph Banks was a British explorer and naturalist, and as long-time President of the Royal Society he steered the course of British science for the first pa. Royal Society, Natural History Museum, Science And Technology, Banks, Curriculum, Joseph, British, Cook, Youtube

Joseph Banks | The Collectors | Natural History Museum

Joseph Banks was a British explorer and naturalist, and as long-time President of the Royal Society he steered the course of British science for the first pa...

The final realisation of in Pursuit of Venus [infected] makes visible some historical narratives absent from the original wallpaper, such as the brisk trade of iron and desirable goods for sexual favours. Differing ideas of ownership and reciprocity resulted in misunderstandings and violent outbursts. This latest version includes famous figures like the privileged and inquisitive botanist Joseph Banks shown terrorising villagers with a Tahitian Chief Mourner; and Tupaia - the Machiavellian… Auckland Art Gallery, First Encounter, In Pursuit, Original Wallpaper, Favours, Banks, Art History, Joseph, How To Become

Lisa Reihana

The final realisation of in Pursuit of Venus [infected] makes visible some historical narratives absent from the original wallpaper, such as the brisk trade of iron and desirable goods for sexual favours. Differing ideas of ownership and reciprocity resulted in misunderstandings and violent outbursts. This latest version includes famous figures like the privileged and inquisitive botanist Joseph Banks shown terrorising villagers with a Tahitian Chief Mourner; and Tupaia - the Machiavellian…

Nina Tonga and Puawai Cairns reflect on Lisa Reihana's 'in Pursuit of Venus [infected]' First Encounter, In Pursuit, Venice Biennale, Tonga, Cairns, Venus, Reflection, Lisa, Cook

Nina Tonga and Puawai Cairns reflect on Lisa Reihana's 'in Pursuit of Venus [infected]'

Learn all about New Zealand's involvement in the Venice Biennale and 2017's artist Lisa Reihana. Watch videos, browse through a wealth of imagery, and downlo...

Nina Tonga and Puawai Cairns reflect on Lisa Reihana's 'in Pursuit of Venus [infected]' First Encounter, In Pursuit, Venice Biennale, Tonga, Cairns, Venus, Reflection, Lisa, Cook

Nina Tonga and Puawai Cairns reflect on Lisa Reihana's 'in Pursuit of Venus [infected]'

Learn all about New Zealand's involvement in the Venice Biennale and 2017's artist Lisa Reihana. Watch videos, browse through a wealth of imagery, and downlo...

Retired archaeologist Michael Trotter has a real soft spot for rare-breed animals, in particular dun Dexter cattle and Arapawa goats. He has a small herd of each at his rural property at Tuahiwi in North Canterbury. Dexter Cattle, Canterbury, Archaeology, 18th Century, Goats, Hunting, Cook, Island, Life

The retired archaeologist who digs hardy animals

Retired archaeologist Michael Trotter has a real soft spot for rare-breed animals, in particular dun Dexter cattle and Arapawa goats. He has a small herd of each at his rural property at Tuahiwi in North Canterbury.

In the Austrian naturalist and ethnographer Andreas Reischek stole four mummified Maori corpses and secretly smuggled them out of the country so they could be displayed at a museum in Vienna. He also shot hundreds of native New Zealand birds. Body Makeup, Vienna, New Zealand, Museum, Birds, Country, Maori, Rural Area, Bird

Graverobber: the story of Andreas Reischek

In the 1880s Austrian naturalist and ethnographer Andreas Reischek stole four mummified Maori corpses and secretly smuggled them out of the country so they could be displayed at a museum in Vienna. He also shot hundreds of native New Zealand birds.

From the opening to closing of 'Lisa Reihana: Emissaries' - NZ at Venice Moving To New Zealand, University Of Kent, First Encounter, Fast Boats, In Pursuit, Finals Week, Group Work, Global Art, The Visitors

From the opening to closing of 'Lisa Reihana: Emissaries' - NZ at Venice

Claire Chamberlain, one of our Exhibition Attendants for Lisa Reihana: Emissaries blogs (below) about her experience with visitors in the final weeks of the Biennale. Our pavilion in the Tese dell’Isolotto was packed to the gunwales in the closing […]

Paikea at the American Museum of Natural History (article) History Articles, First Encounter, Natural History, Museum, American, Nature, Maori, Nature Study, Nature Illustration

Paikea at the American Museum of Natural History (article) | Khan Academy

by Dr. Wayne Ngata

In the Austrian naturalist and ethnographer Andreas Reischek stole four mummified Maori corpses and secretly smuggled them out of the country so they could be displayed at a museum in Vienna. He also shot hundreds of native New Zealand birds. Body Makeup, Vienna, New Zealand, Museum, Birds, Country, Maori, Rural Area, Bird

Graverobber: the story of Andreas Reischek

In the 1880s Austrian naturalist and ethnographer Andreas Reischek stole four mummified Maori corpses and secretly smuggled them out of the country so they could be displayed at a museum in Vienna. He also shot hundreds of native New Zealand birds.