Mark Amery

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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
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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
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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.
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Mark Amery writes of the significance of John Walsh’s vision of a mythic land of the long white cloud.
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Sand drawing at the Vanuatu Cultural Centre
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Visiting Vanuatu, Mark Amery asks how we might deepen our relationship with the Pacific through the arts.
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Sorawit Songsataya Bronies, 2016 Animation 3.13 min, 3D printed vases, images printed on steel commissioned by Te Tuhi, Auckland Photo / Sam Hartnett
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Mark Amery writes on exhibitions at Auckland’s Te Tuhi and Wellington’s Adam Art Gallery in which curators explore the potentials of space.
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Francis Upritchard, Mandrake, 2011
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Mark Amery on artist Francis Upritchard’s enchanted oceanic anywhere.
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Andrew Beck - Double Screen, 2016, glass, acrylic paint, gelatin silver photographs. Photo / Bryan James. Image courtesy of the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth.
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Cameraless photography can help us value art in vital ways says Mark Amery.
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Installation view of Art of the Pacific at NGV International. Photo / Brooke Holm
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Visiting Melbourne, Mark Amery finds that when it comes to the art of the Pacific things are as different as they are the same.
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Still from Jordana Bragg's 'How to water the roses (3'), 2015, Digital Video, Sound, Mason's Lane, Wellington
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Mark Amery surveys the inventive approaches to moving image that a fresh array of artists are bringing.
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