graham cooper

Sculptor Graham Cooper is a fifth generation New Zealander practicing architecture within New Zealand and overseas.

Since first exhibiting in 1968, exhibitions of Cooper sculptures have been held regularly in New Zealand as well as in Samoa and Washington DC.

The highly successful invitation Washington DC Exhibition of 1984 was planned to coincide with the timing of the famed ‘Te Maori’ opening at the Metropolitan Museum of New York City, a time when modern New Zealand arts came to be known through the United States.

Graham Cooper sculptures have been long sought after by collectors from Australia, the UK, Europe, USA, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, Samoa, Tahiti and New Zealand.

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