Mark Amery

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Mark Amery on the quiet unsettlement of the paintings of Saskia Leek.
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Mark Amery writes about 'a giant blanket' Te Whare Pora created by the Mata Aho Collective as this summer’s annual residency at Enjoy Gallery.
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It begins well. Approaching City Gallery Wellington’s survey of ten years of Ben Cauchi’s photography you’re greeted by a line of nine small, framed photographs of spot lit white gloves.
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For all the Kermadec project’s magic, Mark Amery finds the actual exhibition overblown and unrefined.
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Mark Amery writes on a gathering together of New Zealand’s old European painting at Te Papa, 'Angels and Aristocrats'.
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Mark Amery on the legacy of the Wellington Media Collective and how it has been picked up by publishing collective White Fungus.
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Shannon Reed and Mark Henley find a pure poetry in the materials we construct walls around ourselves with, writes Mark Amery.
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Mark Amery takes a drive around the mountain, visiting two significant exhibitions in Taranaki.
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Mark Amery looks at In Spite of Ourselves: Approaching Documentary at New Dowse, Wellington.
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Come play NZ's community piano at Te Papa, writes Mark Amery.
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