Mark Amery

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Mark Amery celebrates current initiatives, exhibitions and networks for object-making in New Zealand
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Mark Amery on the art of Daniel Unverricht and Hamish Coleman
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Mark Amery on priorities for the new government from the arts sector
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Mark Amery on the work of Ruth Thomas-Edmond, Kirsty Lillico and Lightreading in Wellington.
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Mark Amery on work by Luke Willis Thompson, Miroslav Tichý, exhibition Too Much Truth and the male gaze.
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The Dogs, Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, 2017, mixed media
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At Pataka’s Dark Horizons Mark Amery reflects on our distance from global conflicts and arts role in embracing the uncomfortable and unfamiliar.
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In a series exploring the arts on New Zealand’s edges Mark Amery canvases the west.
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The Tomorrow People sees Mark Amery come away with questions about public galleries providing safe space for new ideas.
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Tikiwaka
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In a series exploring how New Zealand’s edges can also be our arts centres Mark Amery heads east.
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Part two of Mark Amery's exploration of the arts in the Hokianga
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