Mark Amery

Waka and Wave, Chris Booth. Photo / Studio La Gonda
Story / Design, Visual Arts
With Whangarei’s pairing of environment and culture Mark Amery finds a city on the make.
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Ans Westra Students performing, Whatatutu Primary School, near Wairoa, 1963 Gelatin silver print, 277 x 276 mm Purchased 2012, Te Papa, O.039574
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery writes on a major exhibition and book collecting together New Zealand photography and the work of Carlton Watkins.
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Pip & Pop The newest new world 2015. Mixed media. Commissioned by Christchurch Art Gallery. Photo: John Collie.
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery visits the Christchurch city centre and the recently reopened Art Gallery.
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 Camille Henrot, Grosse Fatigue, 2013. Courtesy Silex Films and Galerie Kamel Mennour, Paris.
Story / Visual Arts
This summer Mark Amery finds work by Grayson Perry, Kushana Bush and Camille Henrot at City Gallery Wellington offering contemplation on the dilemma of what we believe in.
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'Shaka’ - Rob Cherry, 2015.
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery writes on visual art in Wellington and 2015 trends - from Eleanor Catton to the blimmin flag.
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Mark Harvey's Volunteer refinery at TEZA, Porirua. Image: Gabrielle McKone
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery writes on the need to embrace failure.
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Mark Amery
Sutthirat Supaparinya's exhibition 'Steal This Book'
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery writes on recent artist projects in the light of the Paris bombing and ongoing discussion.
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Mark Amery
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery considers the potential of re-presenting collected artwork in our private galleries in a visit to Wellington gallery The Young.
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Story / Screen & Sound, Visual Arts
Mark Amery considers an exhibition of the performance scores of Bruce Barber in the context of how we document our memories.
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Mark Amery
Story / Design, Visual Arts
Demented Architecture doesn’t profess that all architecture is demented, writes Mark Amery, yet it doesn’t really explore why dementia might be setting in.
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