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Art03.05.23

Living and Ripening: Turumeke Harrington

Turumeke Harrington is a refreshing force in Aotearoa and Te Waipounamu. This Kāi Tahu artist makes the type of big-picture, approachable art that plays in the background of people’s minds as they are falling asleep, dreaming big. Mya Morrison-Middleton sits down to interview Turumeke about her career so far.

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