He often worked collaboratively. Born at the remote settlement of Mitimiti, on the west coast of Northland, New Zealand, Ralph Hotere was of Maori descent, and Te Aupouri iwi. For much of his life Ralph Hotere lived in Port Chalmers, Dunedin. Ralph Hotere’s Requiem Series of paintings of 1973–74 refers to the Catholic mass for the dead and his use of dark, subdued tones throughout the series imbues a sense of contemplative reflection. Although he called himself a painter Hotere’s extensive oeuvre included sculpture, installations, drawings and prints. When Hotere was 9, his older brother Jack enlisted in the army. dpagmail@dcc.govt.nz A partnership project between the Dunedin Public Art Gallery and Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū. Sounding The Dark For Charles Brasch (Bill Manhire) (1999). Hotere attended King Edward Technical College, Dunedin, studying under G. Tovey and W. J. Reed. Ralph Hotere, 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of Otago University's Frances ..., Brett McDowell Gallery, Dunedin, Otago, 11 November 2016 - 8 December 2016 After a spell in the Bay of Islands as an arts advisor for the Education Department, Ralph was awarded a New Zealand Art Societies Fellowship to study in London at the Central School of Art in 1961. 1. On 14 November 2020, Ralph Hotere: Ātete (to resist) opens at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery – an exhibition that celebrates one of Aotearoa’s most significant artists, Ralph Hotere. Hone Papita Raukura ‘Ralph’ Hotere (Te Aupōuri) (1931–2013) ONZ was one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s most significant artists. Born: Hone Papita Raukura Hotere 11 August 1931. I te tau 1953 i hoki a Hotere ki Te Tai Tokerau hai kaiārahi toi. 30 The Octagon, Dunedin 9016 Hotere’s "reactions to social and environmental issues - both local and global - are stated in several series of the works he produced." Ralph Hotere (ONZ) c. 1977. Elizabeth Caughey and John Gow, Contemporary New Zealand Art 1, David Bateman, Auckland, 1999. Courtesy the Gerrard and Marti Friedlander Charitable Trust. He was born in Mitimiti, Northland and is widely regarded as one of New Zealand's most important artists. Ralph Hotere. His work was slowed by a stroke in 2001, but he continued to create and exhibit regularly until his death in February 2013. Hotere died in 2013 at the age of 81. Born in 1931, Hotere is regarded as one of New Zealand's most important living artists. The exhibition, "Ralph Hotere: Atete (to resist)", is the first major exhibition of his work since his death. All images and text copyright © 2021 the Artists & Milford House Ltd. He moved to the Dunedin area in 1969 to take up the yearlong Frances Hodgkins Fellowship at the University of Otago where he stayed until his death in 2013. Ralph Hotere's widow, Mary McFarlane (left), and sister, Maraea Chung, follow his casket out of his Requiem Mass at St Joseph's Cathedral in Dunedin yesterday. Ralph Hotere (Te Aupōuri and Te Rarawa) was born in Mitimiti, Northland, in 1931. Contact. Dunedin/Otago (region)/New Zealand Nationality New Zealander Biography Born into a Māori-Catholic family, Hone Papita Raukura (Ralph) Hotere spent his childhood in Mitimiti, Te Tai Tokerau/Northland. Hotere moved to Careys Bay when his house and studio at Observation Point were demolished to make way for expansion at Port Otago in 1993. He was educated at Hato Pētera College and Auckland Teachers' College, before moving to Dunedin in 1952 to specialise in art. Drawn from institutions throughout Aotearoa, Ātete also emphasises the important position Hotere occupies in our nation’s public art collections; it includes some of the first public acquisitions of his work, key works from early exhibitions and milestone works that are now publicly owned. Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy opens the "Ralph Hotere: Atete (to resist)" exhibition at the Dunedin Public Gallery yesterday, celebrating a variety of work of the late artist. PO Box 566, Dunedin 9054, Subscribe to the Gallery's newsletter MARTI FRIEDLANDER Ralph Hotere Photograph. WHILE these ex­hi­bi­tions are im­pres­sive, the cur­rent jewel in the DPAG’s crown is ‘‘Atete’’, a ret­ro­spec­tive of the work of Ralph Hotere. Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions Drawn from institutions throughout Aotearoa, Ātete also emphasises the important position Hotere occupies in our nation’s public art collections; it includes some of the first public acquisitions of his work, key works from early exhibitions and milestone works that are now publicly owned. +64 3 474 3240 Our paths would also cross at the social gatherings of artist friends. Mr Hotere's house at Observation Point was demolished in 1993 to make way for Port Otago expansion. Ko whaohia tā Hotere mahi ki te mataora o te weheka me te hokiaka. Minister of … Kai te pūtahi o tēnei whakaaturaka, ka hui anō ai kā kaupapa matua o āhana mahi toi, e noho ana he ūtaka ā-manawa ki te ira takata, he reo porotēhi, me he urupareka ū tou, hākai tou ki te tūkino me ōhona tini āhua. © Dunedin Public Art Gallery 2021 - All rights reserved. He went to study at Auckland Teachers College and from 1952 to 1961 was employed as a school arts advisor in Northland and Auckland. (1). Ralph Hotere: Ātete (to resist) is a partnership project between the Dunedin Public Art Gallery and Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū. 18 Dowling Street, Dunedin, New Zealand   tel +64 3 477 7727. Ralph Hotere: Ātete (to resist) is a partnership project between the Dunedin Public Art Gallery and Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū. Jack was killed in action in Italy in 1943. Website by Firebrand. In the early 1950s, Hotere’s teacher training focused on art, and he moved to Ōtepoti Dunedin as part of Gordon Tovey’s scheme to train specialist art advisers. Mitimiti, Northland, New Zealand. Mourners at the Dunedin funeral for celebrated artist Ralph Hotere have heard of his diversity, depth, humility and personal integrity. As accountant to numerous Dunedin artists, I gradually became familiar with the large network of creative people enjoying Hotere… He died in 2013. As the first large-scale Hotere exhibition to be presented for over two decades, Ātete reassesses the artist’s achievements, celebrates his dissenting voice and asserts his relevance to new generations of artists and audiences. Hone Papita Raukura "Ralph" Hotere ONZ (11 August 1931 &– 24 February 2013) was a New Zealand artist of Māori descent (Te Aupōuri and Te Rarawa). During the early 1960s, he studied and exhibited in England and Europe. I te tau 1961 i tautokona ia e te whakawhiwhika tūraka o te Manatōpū Toi o Aotearoa kia ako ai ia ki Rānana, ā, kia hīkoi hoki ia ki Uropi. Acrylic on board. He studied at the Central School of Art, London in 1961 and returned to Dunedin as Francis Hodgkins Fellow at University of Otago in 1969. He was educated at Hato Pētera College and Auckland Teachers' College, before moving to Dunedin in 1952 to specialise in art. At the heart of this exhibition, which creates meeting points between the major concerns of his art, lies a commitment to humanity, a political voice and a consistent and direct response to injustice in all its forms. Ralph Hotere had a deep connection to Dunedin. Ko te wā tuatahi tēnei i te rua tekau tau ko pēnei te rahi o tētahi o ā Hotere whakaaturaka. Open 10am-5pm daily dpagmail@dcc.govt.nz +64 3 474 3240 30 The Octagon, Dunedin 9016 PO Box 566, Dunedin 9054 A persistent feature of Hotere's work was his extraordinary alertness to major movements in modern and contemporary art, combined with deep and sophisticated ease with his tribal and religious traditions. I te tīmataka o te tekau-tau 1950 i aro atu ai ā Hotere whakakuku hai kaiako ki te mahi toi, ā, i nuku atu ia ki Ōtepoti ki te kaupapa whakakuku kaiārahi toi o Gordon Tovey. Born and raised in a large Catholic whānau near Mitimiti, Te Tai Tokerau Northland, Hotere left for Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland in 1946, where he attended first boarding school and then Auckland Post-Primary Teachers’ College. One of eleven children, Ralph Hotere was born in Mitimiti, Northland, in 1931. Ko Hone Papita Raukura ‘Ralph’ Hotere (Te Aupōuri) (1931–2013) ONZ tētahi o ō Aotearoa kaitoi nui taioreore. Ātete (to resist) is shaped by a collective consideration of these journeys. A fitting tribute to one of Dunedin’s most notable artists. This experience expanded his view of the world and influenced his early paintings, drawings and sketches. Ward Block / LG / G533 / Main Foyer Hotere, Ralph (1931-2013). In addition to this, the first major exhibition of Hotere’s work in 20 years, Ātete, opened at Dunedin Public Art Gallery in Ōtepoti Dunedin. The values and cultural inheritance from his family, and from Te Aupouri, were central to his work for over fifty years." 1. Ralph Hotere: Zero to Infinity, This exhibition, mounted to celebrate Hotere's ..., Hocken Collections, Dunedin, Otago, 16 December 2011 - 20 February 2012 Ko tōia mai i kā tini whare toi i Aotearoa, ka whakapuaki a Ātete i te tūraka whakahirahira o Hotere ki kā kohika toi o te motu; ko ētahi o āhana hokoka tūmatawhānui tuatahi, he mea rakatira nā āhana whakaaturaka tuatahi, ā, me ētahi mahi rokonui rawa ko kapoa e te rika o te marea. He was a painter, sculptor and collaborative artist and was … Mr Hotere died in February 2013, aged 81. Port Chalmers. 6 July 2019 - 18 April 2021 From formal concerns, to political activism, to cultural, spiritual and material connection to place and people, Hotere’s work is shaped by a cycle of departure and return. I huakina tōhona ao e tēnei wheako, ā, ko kawea ēnei wheako ki āhana peita, ki āhana tuhika, ā, ki āhana tāka. This documentary by Merata Mita provides a perspective on his world, largely by way of framing his extensive body of work. Open 10am-5pm daily In 1961, supported by an Association of New Zealand Art Societies fellowship, Hotere left Aotearoa to study in London and travel across Europe. Hotere - Ralph Hotere (Te Aupōuri) is regarded as one of New Zealand's greatest artists. Ralph Hotere: Ātete (to resist) On 14 November 2020, Ralph Hotere: Ātete (to resist) opens at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery – an exhibition that celebrates one of Aotearoa’s most significant artists, Ralph Hotere. Ralph Hotere Street Art Catch one of the newest pieces of local street art - a double-story likeness of Hotere by Tyler Kennedy-Stent on Carroll Street. Hone Papita Raukura "Ralph" Hotere ONZ (11 August 1931 – 24 February 2013) [1] was a New Zealand artist of Māori descent (Te Aupōuri and Te Rarawa).He was born in Mitimiti, Northland and is widely regarded as one of New Zealand's most important artists. Ralph Hotere: Ātete (to resist) is on display at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery from 14 November 2020 until 28 February 2021, and opens subsequently at … He moved from Auckland to Dunedin in 1952 and, after several years' studying in Europe, settled in Port Chalmers in 1965. Style & Substance A Journey Through the Collection. Exhibition partner in Dunedin. Hotere was born in Mitimiti, close to the Hokianga Harbour in the Northland Region, one of 15 children. This Dunedin based artist was born in Mitimiti, Northland. Ralph Hotere: Ātete (to resist) will also be shown at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o … Ralph Hotere - Ātete (to resist) 14 November 2020 - 28 February 2021. I reira i tīmata ai ia ki te whakaatu atu i āhana ake mahi toi, ā, i whai wāhi ia ki tētahi hapori kaitoi ka mutu ko rātou kā tino kaitoi o tō rātou whakapaparaka. I kā tekau-tau e heke mai i kitea āhana haereka ki tōhona ake whenua, ā, ki te ao hoki ki roto i āhana mahi toi tou, arā e aro atu ana ki te wāhi, ki tōhona whānau, ki te tikaka Māori, ki te mahi toi, ki te ahurea, ki te tūkino, ki te taikaha, ki te aroha, ā, ki te whakapono anō hoki. Ralph Hotere (1931- 2013) was born in the Hokianga but studied art in Dunedin, having his first one-man show there in 1952. Ralph Hotere: Ātete (to resist) will also be shown at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū from 27 March to 25 July 2021. Ralph Hotere was born in Taikarawa in 1931 of Te Aupouri descent and he lives and works in Port Chalmers, Dunedin, New Zealand. Ralph Hotere, Ron Sang Publications, Auckland, 2008. © Dunedin Public Art Gallery 2021 - All rights reserved. The Society started collecting pictures under his presidency in 1881 and in … Ralph Hotere was born at Taikarawa, Northland, New Zealand in 1931 but lived and worked in Port Chalmers, Dunedin for much of his life. 785 x 585 mm. Ralph Hotere, Ron Sang Publications, Auckland, 2008.2. Achievements Ralph Hotere gained prominence mostly for his Black Paintings. VHS: Ralph Hotere, (G 1974, 30 mins) A 1974 documentary exploring the work of Ralph ..., Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin, Otago, 28 January 2012, I whānau mai, i tupu mai ia i tētahi whānau Katorika e pātata ana ki Mitimiti i Te Tai Tokerau. Hone Papita Raukura (Ralph) Hotere (1931-2013) is recognised as one of New Zealand's greatest artists. I wehe atu ia ki Tāmaki Makaurau i te tau 1946, i reira i kuraina ki te kura noho, kātahi ia ka kuraina ki te Kura Kaiako ki Tāmaki. The future of a studio of late New Zealand artist Ralph Hotere on Observation Point at Port Chalmers is again in the headlines. There he began exhibiting his own work and establishing himself as part of a community of artists who would become key figures of their generation. After early art training at Auckland Teachers' Training College, he moves to Dunedin in 1952, where he studies at Dunedin School of Art, part of King Edward Technical College. Hotere in 2012. The last was "Black Light" created by DPAG and Te Papa in 2000. Ralph Hotere Biography. RALPH HOTERE – 'They leave me alone down here' WILLIAM MATHEW HODGKINS MEMORIAL LECTURE 2020 Guest speaker: Vincent O'Sullivan Every year the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Society offers a Memorial Lecture on William Mathew Hodgkins, who founded what was to become the Otago Art Society in 1875. From 1960 for almost five years Hotere travelled around Europe, studying and exhibiting paintings which included the Sangro series, a tribute to his brother, a member of the Maori Battalion who had been killed in Italy. Over the subsequent decades, Hotere’s art charted his journeys throughout his own country and the world, focusing on place, family, tikanga Māori, art, culture, injustice, violence, love and faith. Hotere is represented in all major public and private collections in New Zealand as well in collections in the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia and the United States. Seventy of Hotere’s works are on display on the first floor of the gallery. It’s been a big 20-21 for Ralph Hotere with his much anticipated biography “Ralph Hotere: The Dark is Light Enough” written by Katherine Mansfield Menton Fellow, Vincent O’Sullivan published. One of eleven children, Ralph Hotere was born in Mitimiti, Northland, in 1931. 2018/2019 - Staging Post: Landscape & Sculpture. He tirohaka hou a Ātete ki kā tutukihaka ōna, he whakanui i tana reo porotēhi, he whakatauka ki te oraka toutaka o āhana mahi ki te reaka hou, ki te huka whakamānawa hou o te mahi toi. I whai tinana a Ātete i te huika huatau ōhona i ēnei haereka, Mai ō Hotere māharahara ōkawa, ki āhana porotēhi, ki te honoka ā-tikaka, ā-wairua, ā-tinana ki te whenua, ki te takata hoki. ONZ. In 1953 Hotere returned to Te Tai Tokerau Northland to work as a Māori arts and crafts adviser. "It’s a real honour for us to stage the show in Dunedin, his adopted city," McCracken says. Over the years I would visit Ralph at his Carey’s Bay home and his various studios. Purchased by Art Advisory Committee from the Bosshard Gallery. Hotere remains famously tight-lipped throughout, but there are interviews with artists, friends and commentators, alongside scenes of Hotere working and of his contemporary home context. Its owner and Port Otago are at loggerheads over its preservation. At Observation Point at Port Chalmers Hotere gained prominence mostly for his Black Paintings a school arts advisor Northland. 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