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Graham Fletcher Exhibition

A N N A B I B B Y G A L L E R Y

26 Kitchener Street. Auckland 1.P O Box 5691. Wellesley Street. Auckland. N Z

Telephone 09 302 2599 Email annabibby@xtra.co.nz

Hours Tuesday - Friday 11am-5pm Saturday 11am-3pm

GRAHAM FLETCHER

V I R G I N

Preview Tuesday 3 July 5.30 - 7.30pm

3 - 21 July 2001

Graham Fletcher is a New Zealand born Samoan artist. In this series 'Virgin' he continues his exploration of complex cultural issues within a post-colonial context. The Virgin paintings deliberately bring together all the pictorial cliches that have come to represent Polynesia, including images of lush tropical vegitation and flowers along with the recognisable figure of the Pacific Island tempress. Using an excessively colourful palette and thick layers of gloss enamel paint Fletcher has created a sumptuous painterly surface .



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