Mark Amery: Visual Arts

Story / Toi Maori, Visual Arts
Mark Amery encourages a visit to an exhibition at Wellington’s National Library Turnbull Gallery that provides some too-rare joys.
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Mark Amery
Story / Toi Maori, Visual Arts
The art museum and a pataka - Mark Amery finds the Dowse finding its feet in connecting past with future.
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Mark Amery
Story / Toi Maori, Pasifika, Visual Arts
Mark Amery considers the precarious place of art in the marking of the First World War centenary.
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Mark Amery
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery on three artists who are proving that messy gutsy painting is holding its own.
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Mark Amery
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery takes stock of the ongoing vitality of Billy Apple’s art at Auckland Art Gallery.
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Mark Amery
Story / Visual Arts
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.
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Mark Amery
Story / Visual Arts
A growth in temporary art projects that respond to locations is tapping the zeitgeist, writes Mark Amery.
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Mark Amery
Story / Visual Arts
As New Zealand enters another global conflict Mark Amery questions the role of the artist and introduces the work of John Foster.
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Mark Amery
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery writes on two art projects about the honey bee, and its potential to change the way we relate to the world.
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Mark Amery
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery thinks there’s quite a lot missing in how we’re represented by our street artists.
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Mark Amery