Speak My Language: Art in New Zealand Addresses Inclusivity and Accessibility
With everything going on in the world, it’s becoming more apparent to some that the world is not experienced the same by everyone.
Although this article from ARTNews is from February, it is still very relevant.
The crowded displays organized by categories of Buchanan’s own devising (Female, Male, Living, No longer living, Māori, In or Around the Pacific, Legs, Hands, Exception) pulled nearly one-third of the Govett-Brewster’s collection of primarily New Zealand art, and the imbalances in it are clear: Those in power have historically valued white artists more highly than indigenous ones, and men more highly than women.
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