Life & Vision
15 November 2008 - 15 February 2009
RITA ANGUS (1908-70) was one of New Zealand’s most significant artists.
Now, 100 years since her birth, this exhibition celebrates her legacy by showcasing 130 works from four decades. It includes well-known portraits and landscapes and reveals the themes of identity, sprituality, and nature that were central to her vision.
KO RITA ANGUS (1908-70) tētahi o ngā kaitoi nui o Aotearoa i tino arohaina.
I nāianei, 100 tau i muri i tōna huritau, he whakanui te kohinga nei i a ia mai i te 130 o āna mahi i puta i te whā tekau tau. Kei roto nei ētahi whakaahua tangata, whakahua whenua, ā, e kitea ana i konei ōna whakaaro mō te tuakiri, te wairua, te ao tūturu, ēnei āhuatanga katoa i ngākaunuitia e ia.
Developed and toured by the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa