Mark Amery

Mary MacPherson’s 'Medical Daydreams'
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery on dealing with both public and private senses of loss with work by Peter Black, Steve Braunias, Mary MacPherson, Cathy Tuato’o Ross and Ellen Smith.
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Installation view of BAD VISUAL SYSTEMS: Ruth Buchanan, Judith Hopf, Marianne Wex, Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi, Victoria University of Wellington, 2016. Photo / Shaun Waugh
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery on upsetting male expectations at Adam Art Gallery with Bad Visual Systems.
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Welcoming Party in Meanwhile window
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery on a new generation of artist run activity in Wellington.
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Mark Amery
Masques Blaine - Western DPAG
Story / Visual Arts
In his current rounds visiting New Zealand cities to take their cultural temperature, Mark Amery writes from Dunedin.
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Secret Power by Simon Denny. Photo / Kate Whitley (c) Te Papa
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery writes on the museum arrival of Simon Denny’s 'Secret Power'.
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Mark Amery
https://www.thebigidea.nz/stories/media-releases/211065-winners-announced-for-show-me-shorts-film-festival-2016
Story / Marketing & Media, Visual Arts
Mark Amery writes on art writer and artist Katy Corner who passed away in September.
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Gilubong ang akong pusod sa dagat - my navel is buried in the sea (2011) Martha Atienza and Jake Atienza
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery on the multiplicity of sense of place in moving image.
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Philip Trusttum recent work at the WH Millbank Gallery
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery celebrates the visual cultural mecca Whanganui has become thanks to the vision of its creative residents.
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John Walsh, Matakite exhibition at Pataka. Photo / Mark Tantrum.
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery writes of the significance of John Walsh’s vision of a mythic land of the long white cloud.
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Mark Amery
Sand drawing at the Vanuatu Cultural Centre
Story / Visual Arts
Visiting Vanuatu, Mark Amery asks how we might deepen our relationship with the Pacific through the arts.
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