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Ralph Hotere and ‘New Commonwealth Internationalism’
Damian Skinner

on. 47 Hotere exists on the edges of this moment in British art history, and, as this chapter argues, placing him in this context makes sense of dimensions of his practice that otherwise remain invisible and inexplicable if he is defined only as a New Zealand artist. And yet, the presence of other settler New Zealand artists in this milieu enable us to see something distinctive

in Cultures of decolonisation