Paradise Camp by Yuki Kihara - The Photographs

Two Fa‘afafine (After Gauguin), 2020
Image courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries,
Aotearoa New Zealand.

Spirit of the ancestors watching (After Gauguin), 2020
Image courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries,
Aotearoa New Zealand.

Si'ou alofa Maria: Hail Mary (After Gauguin), 2020
Image courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries,
Aotearoa New Zealand.

Nafea e te fa'aipoipo? When will you marry? (After Gauguin), 2020
Image courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries,
Aotearoa New Zealand.

Three Fa‘afafine (After Gauguin), 2020
Image courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries,
Aotearoa New Zealand.

Two Fa‘afafine going to church (After Gauguin), 2020
Image courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries,
Aotearoa New Zealand.

The Wizard (After Gauguin), 2020
Image courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries,
Aotearoa New Zealand.

Two Fa‘afafine on the beach (After Gauguin), 2020
Image courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries,
Aotearoa New Zealand.

Fa‘afafine with children (After Gauguin), 2020
Image courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries,
Aotearoa New Zealand.

Genesis 9:16 (After Gauguin), 2020
Image courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries,
Aotearoa New Zealand.

Fonofono o le nuanua: Patches of the rainbow (After Gauguin), 2020
Image courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries,
Aotearoa New Zealand.

Paul Gauguin with a hat (After Gauguin), 2020
Image courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries,
Aotearoa New Zealand.

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