An important NZ artist, Nigro is best known for her colourful celebration of the nude human figure, through which, perhaps unwittingly, she became a commentator throughout a period of immense social change in New Zealand.
Students will explore the context of Nigro’s work and her response to events around her, study her use of motifs, media, and methods, and analyse her communication styles: cubism, figuration, abstraction, symbolism, etc.
Students draw on Nigro’s techniques to create their own artwork while responding to events in a contemporary setting.
This exhibition is brought to you by Fine Art Society New Zealand and Jan Nigro Trust in collaboration with Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato
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