In the latest of his ‘longer looks’ Justin Paton is drawn into a room that is warm with memory.
Megan Dunn identifies with an obscure Dutch surrealist in The Listening Room.
Dispatch features a report by Tessa Giblin on reinventing exhibitions during lockdown in Scotland.
Design is the problem, design is the solution. Simon Gennard reports on Matthew Galloway in Watchlist.
Colour is the key argues Laurence Simmons in his article on Melbourne-based artist Brent Harris.
In Oracles and Evoys, Andrew Paul Wood delves into Fiona Pardington’s lockdown project and exhibition, Tarota
Robert Leonard reports on Robin White’s new ngatu, showing in Matisse Alive at the Art Gallery of New South Wales
Francis McWhannell talks to artist-activist Shannon Novak about his big show at the Tauranga Art Gallery.
In Mary Quant: Fashion Revolutionary, Michelle Guo previews Auckland’s Quant show.
Erin Griffey explores a painter of beautiful souls in her article Peter Stichbury: Between Matter and Spirit.
And Natasha Conland enters the labyrinth with a review of Michael Stevenson’s exhibition at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin.
Laurence Simmons reports on the recent phenomenon of NFTs in his article Fungibility.
Sketches continues to cover exhibitions and events around the country and overseas, including the Asia Pacific Triennial at Brisbane’s QAG/GOMA, Matisse: Life and Spirit at the AGNSW, Sydney, the retrospective of Joanna Margaret Paul’s work at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, and Reuben Patterson’s Crystal Waka on the forecourt of the Auckland Art Gallery Toi of Tamaki.