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Art show celebrates ‘ei katu culture

Tuesday 16 May 2017 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Local

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Art show celebrates ‘ei katu culture
Contemporary painter and artist Tabatha Forbes will exhibit a limited edition print run from the series of her original 'ei katu paintings at Bergman Gallery tonight, starting at 6pm. 17051514

Auckland-based contemporary painter and artist Tabatha Forbes will be giving a tribute to the ’ei katu culture in the Cook Islands in her latest exhibition at the Bergman Gallery tonight.

Auckland-based contemporary painter and artist Tabatha Forbes will be giving a tribute to the ’ei katu culture in the Cook Islands in her latest exhibition at the Bergman Gallery tonight.


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