News from the art front.
awards and residencies
Artists on a winning streak.
From Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin
Events and exhibitions to look forward to.
John Perry feels things are hotting up on the auction front.
in my opinion…
Josie McNaught wonders what happened to the arts during the royal visit.
letter from somewhere
Judy Millar reflects on how the Internet is shaping our notions of place.
Dutch artist Marijke de Goey installs a new work at Gibbs Farm.
Shannon Te Ao’s work explores the poetic potential of history and site.
Australian artist Noel McKenna paints suburbia with an outsider’s clarity.
Kiwi jeweller Peter Deckers visits Schmuck and Talente in Munich.
Nine Australian artists take to the beaches and hills of Waiheke Island.
Dark Rooms fire imagination
The 19th Biennale of Sydney assembles a group of artists who take
viewers into the interrelated worlds of imagination and desire.
After nearly a decade working in Australia, highly regarded curator
Robert Leonard is back in New Zealand. He talks to Virginia Were.
streets of europe
Solomon Mortimer’s new book of photographs documents chance
encounters with strangers on the streets of Europe.
Gordon Walters: the mystery years in Australia
Sue Gardiner follows the scanty trail of information about Gordon
Walters’ time in Australia, and discovers a tale of love, loss and art.
keeper of the artistic flame
Linda Tyler speaks to renowned artist and educator Marilynn Webb about
printmaking, politics, feminism, and the many students she has nurtured.
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