Mark Amery

Story / Visual Arts, Literature & Publishing
Mark Amery writes on the role of the public gallery in its community and considers The Critic’s Part, a recently published collection of art writing by Wystan Curnow.
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Story / Performing Arts, Pasifika, Visual Arts
The exhibition of Pacific Island art in Auckland is growing hugely, writes Mark Amery, but in many ways it still gets treated as an ‘other’.
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Dick Frizzell - West Coast
Story / Visual Arts, Management & Admin
Mark Amery takes a different tack this week with a tour of the crazy paving diversity of Wellington’s dealer gallery scene.
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'A break in proceedings', Public Share, Auckland Art Gallery
Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery surveys an ever-increasing but easy to miss spread of art engaging the public in new ways - including an unauthorised tour of Te Papa.
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Story / Visual Arts, Screen & Sound
Mark Amery on the recent moving image photography of Jae Hoon Lee. The results of a recent Indonesian residency, Lee finds fresh power in the depiction of landscape.
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Story / Digital & Technology, Visual Arts, Management & Admin
As Mark Amery's visual arts column for the Dominion Post ends he considers the current position of art criticism and commentary in the mainstream media.
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Story / Visual Arts, Screen & Sound
Mark Amery on art considering its own role in the web of media in our lives.
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Story / Design, Visual Arts
Mark Amery’s travels to Mexico lead him to conclude we need to far better value our built environment.
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Story / Visual Arts
Mark Amery in San Francisco visits work that has resonance for him back home.
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Story / Visual Arts, Screen & Sound
Providing big, bright and interactive exhibits have proven successful in boosting museum visitor numbers. Mark Amery on the work of Seung Yul Oh at City Gallery Wellington.
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