Greg Semu
Born 1971, Auckland, New Zealand
Lives and works in Sydney, Australia & Berlin, Germany

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017

BLOODRED, Cairns Art Gallery, Queensland, Australia
Commissioned new works, multi media installation supported by Australian Council for the Arts, Queensland Government, Australian Government, Cairns Art Gallery, Alcaston Gallery

2016

Collection + : Greg SEMU, SCAF / Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney, Australia
Survey show + new work After Hans Holbein the Younger /Dead body of Christ in the tomb

Raft of the Tagata Pasifika (people of the pacific), NGV / National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
New work, light box installation supported by Creative New Zealand and the Wallace Arts Trust

12, Cairns Art Gallery, Cairns, Queensland, Australia
Survey show of 12 photographs

2015

Two Bodies, two landscapes - Zwei Körper, Zwei Landschaften, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
New work, multi media installation. Supported by Creative New Zealand

2014

Battle of the Noble Savage, Te Manawa Museum of Art, Science and History, Palmerston North, New Zealand

2013

The Last Cannibal Supper, because tomorrow we become Christians, Satellite Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Supported by Creative New Zealand

2012

Better to Give, The Greg Semu Archive, Auckland Art Gallery / Toi o Tamaki, Auckland, New Zealand

The Last Cannibal Supper, galerie METROPOLIS, Paris, France

2011

The Battle of the Noble Savage, City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand

2010

The Last Cannibal Supper, because tomorrow we become Christians, Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre, Noumea, New Caledonia
Commissioned new work + survey show. multi media installation

2009

Strictly Samoan / (Aussie Aiga, Penrith Regional Gallery + The Lewers Bequest, Penrith, NSW, AUSTRALIA.
Commissioned new work. Gifted by the Artist.

2001

Antipodes,Maison du Livre, de l’Image et du Son / MLIS. Villerbanne, FRANCE
New works

1995

O le Tatau Samoa / The Tattoo Art of Samoa, Auckland Art Gallery - Toi o Tamaki,Auckland, NEW ZEALAND
New work. First Samoan photographer to be acquisition + exhibited into collections.