Summer 2005



From Christchurch, Central Otago, Auckland, Wellington


Shane Cotton’s eerie painting, Te Waiwhariki, travels back into family history

Code of practice

The first in a series outlining artists’ and dealers’ rights and responsibilities

auction scene

Hamish Coney reckons now is the perfect time for good buys and occasional bargains



The cream of Te Papa’s collections, New Zealand International Arts Festival, indigenous Pacific artists at Waikato Museum, Waitakaruru Arboretum and Sculpture Park, Hamilton’s stone sculpture symposium, Mercury Energy Pohutukawa Festival, Mercury Bay Cultural Weekend, gallery with a mission, Skirt travels to Vienna, Tattoonesia in Moorea, award round-up


Future exhibitions and events


what’s on

Your comprehensive guide to gallery exhibitions and art events



Sriwhana Spong’s videos take us on a magical mystery tour of horror flicks and counter culture


Photographer Gil Hanly documents the completion of a monumental copper work by Stephen Bambury


Reuben Paterson milks goats and paints gounds on a tiny Greek island

flying visit

Australian artist Linde Ivimey’s extraordinary saints send shivers down the spine

opening shots

Around the galleries


Fun-damental art

Humour in New Zealand art? You must be joking

Fully booked

Artists who do amazing things with the books and magazines no one else wants


win your own artwork

Be in to win your own 200 x 200 x 200 artwork by Richard Adams, Neal Palmer or Paul Judd

the 2006 Art News Calendar

The face of the artist – with photographs by Gil Hanly. Special reader offer.

refuse to be trendy

Waitakere City’s Trash to Fashion awards


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