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Martin Langdon on ‘Skinner on Schoon’

no one at the time was interested in them” I'm gonna just say …


Andrew Paul Wood on ‘Skinner on Schoon’

The falling out between Schoon and Fomison took place in the 1960s following …


Martin Rumsby on ‘Skinner on Schoon’

Search Theo Schoon #1 AND Voice of Theo on Youtube to hear Theo …


Martin Rumsby on ‘Skinner on Schoon’

I think it is great that Damian Skinner has written this book on …

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JH
Gunter Umberg, Ohne titel, 2010, pigment, dammar on board; Coen Young, Study for a Mirror, 2018, acrylic, urethane and silver nitrate on paper.

Faceless Portraits

Non-objective representations

FOX JENSEN MCCRORY

Auckland

 

Group Exhibition
Portrait without a Face


27 September - 10 November 2018

Recent Posts

APW

Te Papa’s Art History Selection

New Zealand Art at Te Papa


Commentaries from Te Papa curators and other invited contributors
Edited by Mark Stocker



Te Papa, October 2018

AK
Patrick Pound, On Reflection, 2018 Patrick

The Overwhelm

CITY GALLERY WELLINGTON TE WHARE TOI

Wellington

 

Patrick Pound
On Reflection

 

11 August - 4 November 2018

 

JH
Maureen Lander and collaborators, Te Whanau Ranaga o Waitakere, 2018. Photo: Sam Hartnett

Maureen Lander Exhibition

TE URU

Titirangi

 

Maureen Lander
Flat-Pack Whakapapa

 

11 August -18 November 2018

JH
Lisa Reihana, Native Portraits, 1999, as installed at Te Uru. Photo: Sam Hartnett

Māori Agency in Film Production

TE URU

Titirangi

 

Group show of video artists 
From The Shore


1 September - 4 November 2018

JH
Chris Corson-Scott, Late Evening, Looking north Towards the Limeworks, Clilden, 2018, archival pigment print, 920 x 1135 mm framed

Chris Corson-Scott Goes South

TRISH CLARK GALLERY

Auckland

 

Chris Corson-Scott
Evanescent Monuments

 

5 October - 10 November 2018


APW

Pioneers of NZ Design and Illustration

Peter Alsop, Anna Reed, Richard Wolfe

 

Mitchell & Mitchell: A Father and Son Legacy

 

Potton & Burton, 2018

JH
Nicola Jackson's The Bloggs, as installed at Centre for Contemporary Art Toi Moroki. Photo by Rachel King

Nicola Jackson Installation at CoCA

CENTRE OF CONTEMPORARY ART TOI MOROKI

Christchurch

 

Nicola Jackson
The Bloggs

 

22 August - 18 November 2018

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Shannon Novak, Open, 2018, vinyl, mirror ball, and lights. At Ramp

Novak at Ramp

RAMP

Hamilron

 

Shannon Novak
Unbounded

 

28 September - 18 October 2018


JH
Through the window: Olyvia Hong: Breeding Negotiations --Once you've done a bit of winning, the bug has bitten, 2018, screen print on polyvinyl acetate; Play with control, 2018, plastic and ceramic dog figures. Photo: Sam Hartnett

New Talent at Artspace

ARTSPACE

Auckland

 

Tyson Campbell, Wai Ching Chan, Faamele Etuale, Olyvia Hong, Bronte Perry
The River Remains; ake tonu atu

 

15 September - 20 October 2018

JH
Installation view of Steve Carr: Chasing the Light 2018. 6-channel video installation. Commissioned by Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū. Steve Carr is represented by Michael Lett, Auckland, and STATION, Melbourne

Steve Carr as Trickster

CHRISTCHURCH ART GALLERY TE PUNA O WAIWHETU

Christchurch

 

Steve Carr
Chasing The Light

 

8 September 2018 - 10 February 2019

APW

Skinner on Schoon

Damian Skinner

 

Theo Schoon: A Biography

 

Massey University Press, 2018


JH
John Stezaker, Blind (Film Portrait Collage) VIII, 2017, collage, 25.3 x 20.3 cm, courtesy of The Approach

Stezaker in Auckland

STARKWHITE

Auckland

 

John Stezaker
John Stezaker: Collages

 

9 October - 3 November 2018

SH
Tonga's King Tupou VI accepts the lead of Chinese dictator Xi Jinping during a visit to Beijing, March 2018. Photograph from the 'South China Morning Post.'

The Return of Ezekiel

EyeContact Essay #26
AK
Arwa Alneami,  Never Never Land,  2014.  Photograph

Perceiving Saudi Feminism

CITY GALLERY WELLINGTON TE WHARE TOI

Wellington

 

Arwa Alneami
Never Never Land


11 August - 4 November 2018


JH
Shannon Te Ao, my life as a tunnel, 2018,  two-channel video with sound,  duration 9:48 min, cinematography: Iain Frengley,  installation view: Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland

Recent Te Ao Project

HOPKINSON MOSSMAN

Auckland

Shannon Te Ao
my life as a tunnel

 

8 September - 14 October 2018

JH
Installation of Vivian Lynn's 'Extricating Form 1969 - 1984', curated by Christina Barton, at Bowerbank Ninow, Auckland.

Vivian Lynn Works on Paper

BOWERBANK NINOW

Auckland

 

Vivian Lynn
Extricating form 1969 - 1984

 

12 September - 13 October, 2018

JH
Grant Stevens, The Waterfalls, 2016-18, archival ink on archival paper, ongoing series, each 825 x 550 mm

When Artifice Creates Nature

STARKWHITE

Auckland

 

Grant Stevens
The Mountain and the Waterfalls

 

1 September - 29 September 2018

LJ
Roger Boyce, Room at {Suite}. Works featured are [left to right] Burden of Dreams and Trophy Case.

Painting in Partitions

{Suite}

Wellington

 

Roger Boyce
Room

 

5 September - 29 September, 2018


JH

This Year’s Walters Prize

AUCKLAND ART GALLERY TOI O TAMAKI

Auckland

 

Buchanan, Fraser, Johnson & Ward, Solomona Tyrell
The Walters Prize 2018

18 August 2018 - 20 January 2019

MJD
Matthew McIntyre Wilson's Whetu Whitu lightbox installation in Courtney Place, Wellington

Whetu Whitu and the Price of Change

Courtney Place

Wellington

 

Matthew McIntyre Wilson
Whetu Whitu

 

1 June - 20 August 2018

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Saskia Bunce-Rath, I turn him into shadows, 2018, Embroidery thread on calico fabric (framed), 195 X 140 mm

Bunce-Rath Tapestries

CITY ART DEPOT

Christchurch

 

Saskia Bunce-Rath
I am near the forest, but never in it

 

4 September - 24 September 2018

JH
Runo Lagomarsino, If you don't know what the south is, it's simply because you are from the north, 2009, stack of posters, 42 x 32.5 cm each. Courtesy the artist, Francisca Minini, Milano, Mendes Wood DN, Sao Paulo and Nils Stark. Photo: Sam Hartnett

Southern Lights

TE TUHI CENTRE FOR THE ARTS

Pakuranga

 

International Group Show 
From Where I Stand, My Eye Will Send A Light To You In The North


12 August - 21 October 2018