News from the art front
awards and residencies
Artists on a winning streak
From Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Brisbane, Samoa.
Events and exhibitions to look forward to
John Perry spends a quiet winter in the auction rooms.
in my opinion…
Josie McNaught on the art world’s dubious love affair with glamour and fame.
Photographer Anne Noble concludes her extraordinary polar project
Independence Day prompts Martin Basher to muse on the New York art scene
Paul Cullen visits site-specific works, such as Spiral Jetty, in the United States.
Sam Foley paints the fjords and waterways of Norway’s lofty landscape.
Artist John Edgar contributes a sculpture to The Savill Garden near London.
welcome to the soft parade
At the 18th Biennale of Sydney the emphasis is on collaboration and cooperation rather than alienation, with New Zealand artists to the fore.
twenty-five years and counting
Auckland dealers, John Gow and Gary Langsford, reflect on 25 years as pioneers in Auckland’s dynamic gallery scene.
closer artistic relations
Sue Gardiner finds out why New Zealand artists are hot stuff in Australia where their work is increasingly sought after by public institutions and private collectors.
master of metal
When he emigrated to New Zealand in 1961, Swiss jeweller Kobi Bosshard brought with him his European modernist aesthetics. Since then he has been a key influence on New Zealand jewellery.
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In conjunction with Auckland Art Week and Creative Communities, Art News is supporting a new writers’ initiative.
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Peter Robinson, Gravitas Lite, 2012, polystyrene, dimensions variable. Installation view at the 18th Biennale of Sydney (2012) at Cockatoo Island. Courtesy the artist; Sutton Gallery,Melbourne; Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland; and Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington. Photo: Dan Chappell