News from the art front around New Zealand.
awards and residencies
Artists on a winning streak.
From Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin.
John Perry reports on the a�?gilt complexa�� afflicting recent sales.
Events and exhibitions to look forward to.
As the robots come to take our jobs, Judy Millar considers the role of creativity.
Courtney Johnston sees a symbolic resistance occurring in the United States.
Lily Hacking surveys the reconstructed forms of clay-artist Richard Stratton.
Andrew Paul Wood talks to Hannah Beehre about the vast and the small.
Parisian art star Jennifer Flay caught up with Linda Tyler on a recent visit home.
Ioana Gordon-Smith flies across the moana to the Honolulu Biennial.
Art by women is still not counting for enough, says Jessica Douglas.
Around the galleries.
within the ballenesque
The dark and unsettling photographs of Roger Ballen are on show in New Zealand for the first time. Curator Colin Rhodes introduces an artist whose confronting works lay bare that which was previously hidden.
struggle without an end
Tendai John Mutambu explores the varied practices of three postcolonial artists a�� Cameron Rowland from the United States, Daniel Boyd in Australia and Ngahuia Harrison here in Aotearoa New Zealand.
jewellery artists shine at schmuck
Munich Jewellery Week is a hectic whirl of exhibitions, networking a�?and creative exchange, with the Schmuck show taking centre stage. Philip Clarke reports on the excellent reputation New Zealand artists have carved out and how our four selected makers fared this year.
raised with art
While artist-parents do much to shape the future worldview of their children, Sue Gardiner visits a number of artistic families and finds that the currents of influence dona��t simply flow in one direction.
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