Brett Graham

Graham in 2008 Brett Graham (born 1967) is a New Zealand sculptor who creates large scale artworks and installations that explore indigenous histories, politics and philosophies.

''Snitch'' from 2014, in the collection of the Honolulu Museum of Art, references the Disney movie ''Lilo & Stitch''. It is an example of the artist's combining traditional Maori carving with contemporary themes.

Brett Graham used recycled rubber tires and steel to make sculptures and they were called “Weapons of Mass Destruction”. Graham’s sculpture “Te Hokioi” was created because of the 2007 police raids on the Tuhoe community of Ruatoki. Provided by Wikipedia
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