viii ILLUSTRATIONS
FIGURES
Figure 1. Lela Savina, from Lasive Village, North Pentecost
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Figure 2. The Surrealist Map of the World
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Figure 3. Chief Gilbert Bongtur
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Figure 4. Chief Willie Bongmatur Maldo
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Figure 5. Chiefs in Fanla village, dressed in full customary regalia
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Figure 6. Vertical slit-drums
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Figure 7. Te Papa Plinth
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Figure 8. Call for artists to become part of the new toi iho community
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Figure 9. The Vanuatu Cultural Centre and National Museum
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Figures 10 and 11. Classification of rocks in the Māori Natural History/
Te Ao Turoa Gallery in the Auckland War Memorial Museum
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Figure 12. Ko Tawa installation at the Whangarei Museum
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Figure 13. Māori and Pacific artifact auction preview
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Figure 14. Cover of a Sotheby’s catalogue,
showing the “Williams” poutokomanawa
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Figure 15. Logo of the Yia Blong Kastom Ekonomi
(Year of the Traditional Economy)
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Figure 16. Stand for pig’s jaws
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Figure 17. A bullock being “killed” with a torch
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Figure 18. Bernadin Samy of Vao Island, Malakula
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Figure 19. Painted sign for the Remnani Co-operative Society
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