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Author: Linda Waimarie;Rua Mohi;Karapu Rolinda;Nunes Becky Te Awekotuku Ngahuia;Nikora
ISBN: 0670045616
Subcategory: Decorative Arts & Design
Publisher Penguin; First Edition edition (2007)
Language English
Category: Photo and Art
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eBook Mau Moko: The World of Maori Tattoo download

by Linda Waimarie;Rua Mohi;Karapu Rolinda;Nunes Becky Te Awekotuku Ngahuia;Nikora


PDF On Jan 1, 2007, Ngahuia Te Awekotuku and others published Mau Moko : The . All content in this area was uploaded by Mohi Robert Rua on Aug 19, 2014. Nova Zelândia: Penguin.

All content in this area was uploaded by Mohi Robert Rua on Aug 19, 2014. Other full-text sources.

Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, with Linda Waimarie Nikora, Mohi Rua, your face: wearing Moko .

Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, with Linda Waimarie Nikora, Mohi Rua, your face: wearing Moko – Maori facial marking in today’s world, paper given at Tatau/Tattoo: Embodied art and cultural exchange conference, Victoria University of Wellington, 21–22 August 2003. Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, with Linda Waimarie Nikora, Mohi Rua and Rolinda Karapu, Mau moko : the world of Māori tattoo, Auckland: Penguin Books, 2011. On death in Maori culture.

The World of Māori Tattoo. Auckland: Penguin, 2007. In the traditional Māori world, the moko, or facial and body tattoo, was part of everyday life. Everyone had some patterning on their skin. The book’s scholarship is enhanced by historical images, traditional Māori representations, and the superb portrait photography of Becky Nunes.

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In the traditional Māori world, the moko, or facial and body tattoo, was part of everyday life. The book’s scholarship is enhanced by historical images, traditional Māori representations, and the superb portrait photography of Becky Nunes

In the traditional Māori world, the moko, or facial and body tattoo, was part of everyday life. Men wore elaborate designs on their entire faces; women’s were usually less complex but elegant, and both sexes had extensive body work.

Personal Name: Nikora, Linda Waimarie. Personal Name: Rua, Mohi. Personal Name: Karapu, Rolinda. Personal Name: Nunes, Becky, 1965-. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags

Co-authors LW Nikora, M Rua, N Te Awekotuku. LW Nikora, R Karapu, H Hickey, N Te Awekotuku

LW Nikora, M Rua, N Te Awekotuku. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 17 (6), 477-489, 2007. Maori, Pakeha and New Zealander: ethnic and national identity among New Zealand students. DR Thomas, LW Nikora. Journal of intercultural studies 17 (1-2), 29-40, 1996. LW Nikora, R Karapu, H Hickey, N Te Awekotuku.

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Dr Ngahuia Te Awekotuku is the author of Mau Moko: The World of Maori Tattoo. Her chin tattoo commemorates Maori Queen who died in 2006

Dr Ngahuia Te Awekotuku is the author of Mau Moko: The World of Maori Tattoo. Her chin tattoo commemorates Maori Queen who died in 2006. In ancient times, male facial moko was considered a mark of adulthood and achievement, as much as an active and flattering adornment. Usually the faces of men were marked from forehead to throat, creating a mask-like effect which enhanced the bone structure, softened or strengthened the features, and confirmed the virility of the warrior or the wisdom of the shaman/orator