Monday, May 11, 2009
I spent almost a full day in the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington and I came away with fabulous books, photographs I loved and a head buzzing with visual and verbal stimulation. I love that the musem has such a strong visual focus, that it does everything possible to captivate its audience with colour, pattern and texture. I photographed these cool Maori graphics in the corridor that leads the way to the museum's contemporary Te Marae, a unique 21st century carved meetinghouse. www.tepapa.govt.nz.