Mark Amery

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Staging a revenge fantasy in what looked like a post-apocalyptic landscape of building rubble (ir
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Leave (2008) by Peter Madden. Robert Heald Gallery.
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Mark Amery looks at a new dealer and new artists in Wellington. "Just when I’d started to de
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Art work by Ellen Rothenberg, installed as part of Gregory Sholette's An Imaginary Archive, Enjoy Public Art Gallery. Photograph courtesy of Enjoy.
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New York artist Gregory Sholette is currently in Wellington on a residency at Enjoy Gallery.
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Jarad Bryant.
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Mark Amery looks at humour in contemporary art through some recent exhibits.
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Rob Cherry, Meadow Fresh 2009. [Yellow plastic found in one hour Evans Bay foreshore 31/3/09 Acrylic plinth] Courtesy of the artist and Suite Gallery.
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Mark Amery visits Community Garden at City Gallery Wellington where "four artists prese
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Max Bellamy, Museomania (detail), 2009 - Pine, matchsticks, polyurethane, glass, HO scale stock railroad accessories, MDF, photo frame viewer, 1630 x 460 x 425 mm.
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Dealer galleries tend to take two different approaches to introducing new artists to their stable
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A Garden, Paul Cullen, Te Papa Sculpture Terrace.
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Artists have a valuable role to play in suggesting different uses of urban space.
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The late Richard Kake, from Leilani Kake’s installation Tino Rangatira Tanga.
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Mark Amery reviews exhibitions by emerging contemporary Maori artists showing in Wellington, incl
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Carlo Van de Roer, Taika Waititi, Chromogenic print, 1270 x 1015 mm, 2008. Images courtesy of the artist and Suite.
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Mark Amery reviews portraiture from the Adam Portrait Award show and beyond.
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Earthwork 1972, 16mm, colour, magnetic sound, 1:30 minutes, transferred to DVD 2007. Background: Landscape for Fire 1972. Installation Adam Art Gallery, VUW. Photo: Michael Salmon.Courtesy of the artist and Sean Kelly Gallery, New York.
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Mark Amery says the visual arts programme of the NZ International Arts Festival has been a m
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