Robyn Kahukiwa is the grandmother of the contemporary Māori art movement in Aotearoa, New Zealand. She is one of New Zealand's most sought after, celebrated, respected and well-renowned artists of all time. She has exhibited extensively throughout New Zealand and the entire world during her arts career that spans a good 50 years. Robyn has illustrated and produced a large amount of children's picture books and much of her work focuses on children, women, race relations, politics and current events that effect the indigenous Māori people of New Zealand.
Toi Tangata Māori Art Gallery is thrilled to have the support of this significant artist and is very pleased to announce that one of these works (Whaea/Mother 2016) has been created by Robyn Kahukiwa exclusively for customers of Toi Tangata Māori Art Gallery only. This website (and at our live events) is the only place that you can buy this particular work by this iconic and extremely valuable New Zealand Māori artist.
Robyn Kahukiwa belongs to the Te Aitanga a Hauiti and Ngāti Porou tribes of the the East Coast of the North Island of Aotearoa, New Zealand.
TOI TANGATA MĀORI ART GALLERY WORKS BY ROBYN KAHUKIWA CURRENTLY AVAILABLE: