Cerisse Palalagi

November 29, 2008

In celebration of Niues constitution day

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in celebration of Niues constitution day

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November 7, 2008

Okai Gallery

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From Left to Right: Ema Tavola, Cerisse Palalagi, Sylvia Masters, Salesa Pepe.

April 11, 2008

Taking it Back

Filed under: Aotearoa, Art, Photography, Urban — Tags: , , , , , — Cerisse Palalagi @ 5:16 am

Noodlz under the bridge

March 15, 2008

ASB Polyfest 2008

Filed under: Baby, costume, dance, festival, Kapahaka, Maori, moko, pacific, Te Arawa — Cerisse Palalagi @ 5:36 am

Kahurangi ki Maungawhau A.G.G.S
(My younger sister Ngaronoa is #5 in the line)


12-15th March

This annual event is the largest Maori & Pacific Islands’ cultural festival in the world.
For $3, it was the best day out in ages. My dad, sister Waiora & son Rangiteaorere attended the festival to watch My younger sister Ngaronoa perform in the Kahurangi ki Maungawhau kapa haka group from Auckland Girls Grammar School. They totally nailed their performance today, we were really proud to see her sing & perform.
It was great seeing all the other stages too, Niue, Tonga, Samoa, Cook Islands & the Diversity stage.

ASB Polyfest with Rangiteaorere

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Rangiteaorere
Rangiteaorere

Polyfest 2oo8 -‘Kahurangi ki Maungawhau’

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March 13, 2008

Flat White Black Pearl

Title: ‘Alofax3’ Medium: Ink & Acrylic on paper By Cerisse Palalagi 2008
Nina Tonga viewing Artworks in the Flat White Black exhibition
Flat White, Black Pearl is being shown in Auckland as part of the month-long Celebrate Pasifika festival. Atypical of your usual expectation of Pacific culture in the visual arts, it will only feature works that are in black and white.With almost 50 artists participating in the show, there are bound to be a few surprises about how the artists have chosen to express their ‘colour’ and cultural identity when confined to neutral tones.

Jim Vivieaere has curated the exhibition along with Leanne Clayton, herself an emerging artist and first-time curator.

While the curators concentrate on creating the physical and intellectual experience of the exhibition, the artists determine their own views on issues of race and identity as Pacific artists.

The exhibition invites people to take another look at the contrast of white and black, the personal expression of identity and wider issues of race and ethnicity.

Some Artists in the show include:
Cerisse Palalagi
Tuafale Tanoa’i /aka: Linda T
Ema Tavola
David Siliga Setoga
Metuanooroa Tapuni
Terry Klavenes
Niaval Ngaro

Lil’Mamas Art Klub at ‘Come together’

Filed under: Aotearoa, Art, colour, Contemporary, Contemporary New Zealand, craft, Pacific Island Art, sculpture — Cerisse Palalagi @ 1:15 am

This ‘Tipare’ styled braid was made by the Lil’Mama’s Art Klub:
Maila Urale
Samantha Atasani
Ahi Rands
MeleMafile’o Uhamaka
Paula Schaafhausen

March 12, 2008

Cerisse Palalagi- contd…..

untitled3, ink on paper, 2008
untitled4, ink on paper, 2008

These works are part of an ongoing series of drawings towards My first year in the Masters of Art & Design program.
” These new works explore the notion of iconography in the context of contemporary Maori & Pacific Island Art in Aotearoa,through the mediums of printmaking & drawings with inks & paint.”Cerisse Palalagi

Cerisse Palalagi-Drawings 4/30

untitled1, ink on paper, 2008
untitled2, ink on paper, 2008

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