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Mark Amery has worked as an art critic, writer, editor and broadcaster for many years across the arts and media. He is co-director of public art programme Letting Space, an art consultant has a strong interest in arts development and is the former Director of New Zealand’s playwrights organisation Playmarket. He was part of the curatorial team at City Gallery Wellington.
The art museum and a pataka - Mark Amery finds the Dowse finding its feet in connecting past with future.
Mark Amery considers the precarious place of art in the marking of the First World War centenary.
Mark Amery on three artists who are proving that messy gutsy painting is holding its own.
Mark Amery takes stock of the ongoing vitality of Billy Apple’s art at Auckland Art Gallery.
Mark Amery considers an exhibition and book on the 40th anniversary of Photoforum, and what they present in terms of photography which so often our galleries now lack.
A growth in temporary art projects that respond to locations is tapping the zeitgeist, writes Mark Amery.
As New Zealand enters another global conflict Mark Amery questions the role of the artist and introduces the work of John Foster.
Mark Amery writes on two art projects about the honey bee, and its potential to change the way we relate to the world.
Mark Amery thinks there’s quite a lot missing in how we’re represented by our street artists.
'A flaw of the annual wrap-up is the assumption that the writer has seen if not everything, the lion’s share.' Mark Amery on what he saw, and didn’t in 2014 in the visual arts.