Winter 2015

spaces

sketches

News from the art front.

awards and residencies

Artists on a winning streak.

postcards

From Auckland, Hastings, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Sydney, Bondi.

auction scene

John Perry runs his eye over the first round of major auctions for 2015.

upcoming

Events and exhibitions to look forward to.

reviews

faces

Letter from somewhere

Judy Millar explores the way pop celebrities are moving into the art world.

in my opinion…

Josie McNaught is dismayed at the decision to close Te Papa Press.

studio

Denys Watkins talks about new works for his upcoming exhibition.

dispatch

Ceramicist Richard Stratton meanders across Europe.

Opening Shots

Around the Galleries.

features

what lies beyond

International sculptor Antony Gormley talks to Art News about his works that
will be part of SCAPE 8 in Christchurch later this year.

The return of gestural abstraction

Sue Gardiner speaks with a number of artists who are revisiting gestural
abstraction – in new and exciting ways.

show me the money

Arts funding in New Zealand is changing. Linda Tyler talks to some of
the new benefactors.

A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY MAN

Wayne Youle has had an unpredictable career with new projects ‘on the
go’ all the time. He talks to Jamie Hanton.

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Wayne Youle, Polly want a knuckle sandwich, 2015, acrylic and oil on linen, 600 x 600 mm. Courtesy of the artist and {Suite} Gallery.

Wayne Youle, Polly want a knuckle sandwich, 2015, acrylic and oil on linen, 600 x 600 mm. Courtesy of the artist and {Suite} Gallery.

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