The Pantograph Punch publishes
urgent and vital cultural commentary
by the most exciting new voices
The Pantograph Punch publishes urgent and vital cultural commentary by the most exciting new voices in Aotearoa.
Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer
John Pule is a Niuean artist and poet and is represented by Gow Langsford Gallery. John has exhibited extensively around the globe since the early 1990s with his work being held in numerous private and public collections. John’s novels include The Shark that Ate the Sun (Ko E Mago Ne Kai E La) in 1992; Burn My Head in Heaven (Tugi e ulu haaku he langi) in 2000, and Restless people (Tagata kapakiloi) in 2004. In 2005, he co-wrote Hiapo: Past and present in Niuean barkcloth, a study of a traditional Niuean artform with Nicholas Thomas. John was appointed and Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for the services to the Arts in 2012