Mark Amery

Story
“I never said I was deep,” sang Jarvis Cocker, “but I am profoundly shallow.” The same could be said of the work of the artists I'm considering this week, says Mark Amery.
Author: 
Mark Amery
Story
Mark Amery writes of the continued rude health of the Wellington private gallery scene.
Author: 
Mark Amery
Story
Mark Amery considers the different ways moving image art is being presented.
Author: 
Mark Amery
Story
Mark Amery considers the rise of collage in contemporary art.
Author: 
Mark Amery
Story
Mark Amery finds Wellington's art institutions are now providing us with faster changing living spaces.
Author: 
Mark Amery
Story
Mark Amery considers events that get artworks and people talking to one another.
Author: 
Mark Amery
Story
Mark Amery writes on the remarkably contemporary watercolours of Peter Campbell at City Gallery Wellington.
Author: 
Mark Amery
Story
White Night was testament to what this festival has achieved in terms of Aucklanders taking it to their hearts, says Mark Amery.
Author: 
Mark Amery
Story
Auckland Theatre Company is now based on Dominion Road and for two years they've been making friends in their new hood.
Author: 
Mark Amery
Story
It's late, in blog time. But I'm in the mood for a rave. I've just returned from a lock-in in a Scottish pub up Durham Lane.
Author: 
Mark Amery