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Andrew Paul Wood on ‘The Culturalised Psychology of Shame’

An interesting overlap can be found in the idea of Afro-pessimism, which I …


John Hurrell on ‘'Sleeping Dogs', 'Smith’s Dream', and more’

Here is an excellent discussion between Mark Amery, Judy Darragh and Scott Hamilton …


Owen Pratt on ‘The Culturalised Psychology of Shame’

If a tree falls in the woods.. I'm sure you will describe the …


Peter Ireland on ‘The Exhibition Programme of the ‘New’ Suter ’

Shaw raises some timely questions relating to the Suter's operation. As he rightly …

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Cat Auburn and Estella Castle, Ask the Fellows who Cut the Hay, HD video. Photo: Auburn and Castle

Magical Thinking

Constable and the NZ landscape

THE SUTER ART GALLERY TE ARATOI O WHAKATU

Nelson


Cat Auburn and Estella Castle, Roger Boyce, Glenn Burrell, Andrea Gardner, Julia Morison, Reuben Paterson, Nathan Pohio and Chloe Rose Taylor.
The River Lie

Curated by Sarah McClintock

18 February - 28 May 2017

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APW
Installation of Sarah Contos' Daughter Universe at Roslyn Oxley9.

Sarah Contos and Linde Ivimey

ROSLYN OXLEY9 GALLERY

Sydney

 

Sarah Contos
Daughter Universe

 

18 May - 17 June 2017

JH
Installation of Glen Snow's Would Not Frame at Antoinette Godkin.

Repurposing Framing Elements

ANTOINETTE GODKIN

Auckland

 

Glen Snow
Would not frame

 

2 May - 27 May 2017

 

EMc
Ruth Watson, Geophagy (2017). Installation with recycled pallets, second hand clothing, monitors with 5 single-channel, looped HD videos. Dimensions variable. (detail). Photograph: Sam Hartnett and Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland.

Eating Dirt

GUS FISHER GALLERY

Auckland

 

Ruth Watson
Geophagy

 

28 April - 27 May 2017

JH
Still from Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, That which identifies them like the eye of the Cyclops, 2016. Three-channel digital video, sound, colour; 10:11 minutes.

Beatriz Santiago Muñoz at AUT

ST PAUL ST GALLERY THREE

Auckland

 

Beatriz Santiago Muñoz
Their movements retain the light of the sun

 

13 April - 26 May 2017

wf
Don Peebles, Relief construction: yellow and black, 1966. Painted wood on panel. Collection of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1966

Don Peebles’ Constructions

CHRISTCHURCH ART GALLERY TE PUNA O WAIWHETU

Christchurch

 

Don Peebles
Don Peebles: Relief Constructions

 

8 April - 3 September 2017


JH
Alex Vivian, Entry level sculpture (things), 2015, metal fencing, iron, wire, handbag, clothing cut-offs, rust, flannelette, glue, paper, plastic plane, towel, synthetic fur, adhesive, 500 x 1200 x 250 approx. mm

Frottage Cottage

HOPKINSON MOSSMAN

Auckland

 

Group show 

Frottage Cottage

 

19 April - 20 May 2017

PI
Grahame Sydney, Cook House

The Art of Complaint

EyeContact Essay #19
SH
Installation of Ol Map Blong Vanuatu at Fondation Suzanne Bastein.

Surrealism Blong Vanuatu?

Fondation Suzanne Bastien, Pango

Port Vila

 

Patrice Cujo
Ol Map Blong Vanuatu

 

Permanent display


JH
Rematerialised, as installed at Demo. Photo: Sait Akkirman

Materialised Painting – a Reprise, an Echo

DEMO

Auckland

 

Group exhibition
Rematerialised


27 April - 29 April 2017

PI
Capture / photographs from the Collection, as installed at New Zealand Portrait Gallery in Shed 11.

Split Second History

NEW ZEALAND PORTRAIT GALLERY

Wellington


Group exhibition
Capture / photographs from the Collection.

 

20 February - 23 April 2017

MD
Evangeline Riddiford Graham, Look out, Fred! 2017. Image courtesy of Shaun Matthews and Enjoy Public Art Gallery.

Copacetic

ENJOY PUBLIC ART GALLERY

Wellington

 

Evangeline Riddiford Graham
Look out, Fred!

 

6 April - 29 April 2017


APW

Losing Her Marbles

Tiffany Jenkins

Keeping Their Marbles: How the Treasures of the Past Ended Up in Museums … And Why They Should Stay There

368 pp

Oxford University Press, USA, 2016

wf
Charlotte Drayton, Like stepping from concrete to carpet, (18 Feb – 26 March). Photo credit: Daegan Wells

Moss and Drayton at The Physics Room

THE PHYSICS ROOM

Christchurch

 

Reuben Moss,
Monuments and Other Reminders

 

30 March - 30 April 2017

BJP
Becky Richards' To watch, with your mind's eye, the world floating quiet, at Blue Oyster Gallery. Photo: Daegan Wells

The Poetics of Mud

BLUE OYSTER GALLERY

Dunedin

 

Becky Richards
To watch, with your mind’s eye, the world floating quiet

 

5 - 29 April 2017


TH

The Body Laid Bare

Nude: Art from the Tate Collection

 

Emma Chambers and Justin Paton

 

Published by the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2016

JH
Marie-Louise Ekman, On the toilet, 1971, 1000 x 700 mm

Marie-Louise Ekman in Auckland

ARTSPACE

Auckland

 

Group exhibition
Biographies of Transition: Too Busy To Think

 

7 April - 12 May 2017

APW
The installation of Sydow: Tomorrow Never Knows at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu. Photo by John Collie.

Carl Sydow Sculptures and Drawings

CHRISTCHURCH ART GALLERY TE PUNA O WAIWHETU

Christchurch

 

Carl Sydow
Sydow: Tomorrow Never Knows


25 March - 23 July 2017

JH
Johl Dwyer: Pixel 1.1, 2017; Pixel 7.7, 2017; Pixel 2.2, 2017.

Dwyer Paintings and Wall Reliefs

TIM MELVILLE GALLERY

Auckland

 

Johl Dwyer
Virtually Virtual

 

4 April - 29 April 2017


SH
A visitor to Papakura Art Gallery examines the notebook in which Nikau Hindin has recorded her research into aute.

The Return of Aute

PAPAKURA ART GALLERY

Auckland

 

Nikau Hindin
Te Kiri o Tane

 

23 March - 28 April 2016

APW

The Culturalised Psychology of Shame

Bloomsbury Academic

Susan Best

 

Reparative Aesthetics: Witnessing in Contemporary Art Photography

London 2016

JH
Leigh Martin: Mass #10, 2016; Mass #9, 2016, all acrylic on Fabriano, all 1050 x 770 mm

Arm and Mark

FOX JENSEN MCCRORY

Auckland

 

Nikolic, Tomescu, Martin, Topfer, Humphries
The Anatomy of Gesture

 

12 March - 15 April 2017

JH
Richard Bryant, Thaw, 2016, acrylic on fabric and twine, 640 x 670 mm. Photo: Sam Hartnett

Richard Bryant’s Painted Woven Objects

IVAN ANTHONY GALLERY

Auckland

 

Richard Bryant

The Wrenching Scale


22 March -15 April 2017