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Andy Leleisi’uao
       
     
Andy Leleisi’uao

Andy Leleisi’uao is a Samoan Aotearoa born, South Auckland based artist. He has developed his own unique iconography and style is able to transition across media to articulate his phenomenological views that challenge our understanding of society and culture in Aotearoa. His complex narratives reflect on the plurality of life: cooperation, independence, beauty in all its forms, sorrow, joy, protection and vulnerability.

 

Leleisi’uao exhibits yearly around New Zealand and has exhibited in Australia, England, Cook Islands, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, Taiwan and America. He been awarded several residencies including the McCahon Residency in Titirangi and McMillan Brown Centre at Ilam University in Christchurch.

His work can be found in private and public collections including Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Auckland University, Ilam University, Otago University, Chartwell Trust, James Wallace Trust Collection, Pataka Museum of Arts and Culture and Te Papa Museum of New Zealand.

Obscurity People Part I
       
     
Obscurity People Part I

By Andy Leleisi’uao

Acrylic On Canvas

760mm x 1500mm

Obscurity People Part II
       
     
Obscurity People Part II

By Andy Leleisi’uao

Acrylic On Canvas

760mm x 1500mm

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Andy Leleisi’uao

Acrylic on Paper

400mm x 300mm

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By Andy Leleisi’uao

Acrylic on Paper

400 mm x 300mm

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By Andy Leleisi’uao

Acrylic on Paper

400 mm x 300 mm

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By Andy Leleisi’uao

Acrylic on Paper

400mm x 300mm