Greg Semu’s cinematic photography on the subject of colonialism, his ‘Two Bodies, Two Landscapes’ shots & portraits of the photographer. Of Samoan heritage, he lives in New Zealand. See Blogroll for a link.

The Raft of the Tagata Pasifika (People of the Pacific) currently showing at the National Gallery of Victoria, Mebourne /

Battle of the Noble Savage 1

Battle of the Noble Savage 1 /

Battle of the Noble Savage 6

Battle of the Noble Savage 6 /

Auto portrait with 12 Disciples (from the series

Auto Portrait with 12 Disciples (from the series ‘The Last Cannibal Supper, cause Tomorrow we become Christians’) /

Auto Portrait as La Pieta (from the series

Auto Portrait as La Pieta (from the series ‘The Last Cannibal Supper, cause Tomorrow we become Christians’) /

The Last Cannibal Supper /

Self Portrait with Front of Pe

Self Portrait with Front of Pe’a, Sentinel Road, Herne Bay /

Self Portrait with Side of Pe

Self Portrait with Side of Pe’a, Sentinel Road, Herne Bay /

Self Portrait with Back of Pe

Self Portrait with Back of Pe’a, Sentinel Road, Herne Bay /

Roy Asotasi

Roy Asotasi /

Two Bodies, two Landscapes - Zwei Körper, zwei Landschaften #1

Two Bodies, Two Landscapes – Zwei Korper, Zwei Landschaften 1 /

Two Bodies, two Landscapes - Zwei Körper, zwei Landschaften #2

Two Bodies, Two Landscapes – Zwei Korper, Zwei Landschaften 2 /

Greg Semu, the most stylish Polynesian man we know...:

Greg Semu:

Portraits of the photographer Greg Semu

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