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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.
This summer Mark Amery finds work by Grayson Perry, Kushana Bush and Camille Henrot at City Gallery Wellington offering contemplation on the dilemma of what we believe in.
Mark Amery writes on visual art in Wellington and 2015 trends - from Eleanor Catton to the blimmin flag.
Mark Amery writes on recent artist projects in the light of the Paris bombing and ongoing discussion.
Mark Amery considers the potential of re-presenting collected artwork in our private galleries in a visit to Wellington gallery The Young.
Mark Amery considers an exhibition of the performance scores of Bruce Barber in the context of how we document our memories.
Demented Architecture doesn’t profess that all architecture is demented, writes Mark Amery, yet it doesn’t really explore why dementia might be setting in.
Mark Amery writes on the exhibition reflex, figment at Wellington’s Massey University and the university’s residency programme.
Mark Amery surveys the strong spread of exhibitions by Maori women artists currently in Wellington.
Mark Amery writes of the opening of the Len Lye Centre and its relationship to the Govett Brewster Art Gallery, its first exhibition 'Our Hearts of Darkness', its province of Taranaki - and us.
Great Matariki, writes Mark Amery, but where are our Maori critics and journalists?