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Mark Amery considers exhibitions that put art back into public circulation.
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Mark Amery considers the role of the arts during the Rugby World Cup.
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Mark Amery visits New Plymouth for the Len Lye All Souls Carnival; the first time Lye's kinetic steel sculpture, films and painting have filled Govett Brewster since 1977.
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Mark Amery marks the passing of one artist, Gordon Crook, and the emergence of another, Liyen Chong
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Mark Amery on a range of interesting exhibitions popping up in difficult to access places.
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Crystal City at the Dowse Art Museum makes us look at the world anew across cultures and countries, writes Mark Amery in his latest visual arts column.
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Wellington should spend less funding on giant Weta paperweights and gargantuan Wellywood signs, and more investing in the plethora of strong emerging artists, writes Mark Amery.
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Geoffrey H Short makes an explosive debut as an artist in Wellington, alongside other photographers making fresh interpretations of landscape says Mark Amery in his latest visual arts column.
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A new exhibition at Te Papa puts a dim spotlight on Te Papa’s contemporary art collecting, writes Mark Amery.
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Inspired by the landscape and art around her, and the small world structures she and we built as children, Joanna Langford makes the sublime romantic landscape of dreams tangible and human.
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