Ellen Falconer catches up with the great expat artist and uncovers her early precarious years squatting in London, her love of colourful community, and what draws her back to Aotearoa each year.
Henrietta’s work has been gaining attention worldwide and her new exhibition ‘Hidden People’ sold out almost immediately. Here, she shares where she found the inspiration for these paintings.
Ellen Falconer catches up with one of NZ’s most well-known expat artists, and discusses her early years squatting in London, her current projects, and what draws her back to Aotearoa each year.
Ellen Falconer shares a coffee with the award-winning poet and hears about her curiosity for visual art and print-making, and her advice for creatives moving to London.
Simon Denny speaks to Ellen Falconer about his conversation with tech mogul Peter Thiel and life in Berlin’s art world.
From conflict photography to museum management, Wade Goddard specialises in things he's never done before. He tells his story to our woman in Europe, Ellen Falconer.
Mimicry editor Holly Hunter has created a space for emerging artists to experiment without pressure, and it's one where poet Essa Ranapiri feels comfortable taking risks.
Ahead of the Music Managers’ Awards, Te Vaka’s Julie Foai’i shares some of the most valuable lessons she has learnt in over two decades as the band’s manager.