Brett Graham's 'Plot' presents the South Island of New Zealand in exquisite detail. This work explores how by placing a commercial value on land we separate it from it's wairua (spirituality).
Brett Graham is one of New Zealand’s most accomplished sculptors, highly regarded for his ability to abstract complex historical and cultural ideas into formally strong and beautiful sculptural forms. Graham’s work engages in a dual dialogue of Maori and European histories whilst adhering to the modernist emphasis on form and material quality.
Graham has exhibited extensively, locally and internationally, most recently at the renowned Venice Biennale. His work features in major New Zealand collections and his portfolio includes public commissions though out the country and the Pacific. Graham is regarded as a leading authority on contemporary Maori sculpture.
Presented in association with Two Rooms Gallery.