Mark Amery

Story / Management & Admin
In a new series on arts initiatives in the New Zealand regions Mark Amery gets local knowledge on what is distinctive in Invercargill and surrounding Southland.
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Story / Visual Arts
Matariki has grown as a contemporary festival, but how can it be more embraced? Mark Amery speaks to four leading arts practitioners on Matariki’s place and potential.
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This Time of Useful Consciousness – Political Ecology Now, Dowse
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery on the role of art in climate change and political ecology at the Dowse
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Mark Amery
Story / Management & Admin
Mark Amery looks at an upsurge in artist studio space in Wellington and the factors that create it.
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John Weeks, 'Industry', 1936
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery finds much that still resonates in a touring exhibition of New Zealand cubism
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Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery writes on Wayne Youle’s portraits of cultural icons and the politics of representation
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Mark Amery
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery on Yona Lee’s In Transit at Te Tuhi and stepping outside the gallery
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Riff Raff, Trust Us, 2017. Image courtesy of Enjoy Public Art Gallery.
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery on artists and what they do with 'all that stuff'.
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Mark Amery
Forms in Movement - Galliard - by Barbara Hepworth 1956.
Story / Visual Arts
Do people believe in the importance of a public art collection anymore? They should argues Mark Amery.
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Antony Gormley, STAY, 2015, Image: Bridgit Anderson
Story / Pasifika, Toi Maori, Visual Arts
Mark Amery gets personal takes from Nina Tonga, Judy Darragh, Cushla Donaldson, Megan Dunn and Ali Bramwell.
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