Mark Amery

Judy Millar Giraffe-Bottle-Gun 2009, installation view Te Papa.
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Mark Amery says restaging New Zealand's contribution to the Venice Biennale back home i
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Michael Hight - Ashley River, 2010, Oil on board, 500 x 500 mm.
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Degas did ballet dancers, Frances Hodgkins farming implements, but I can't think of any artist wh
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Julian DASHPER  (b. 1959, d. 2009). Untitled (Van Gogh in Auckland) 2006. Victoria University of Wellington Art Collection.
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Julian Dashper’s work asks all sorts of great questions about art history, the hierarchy of diffe
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Mark Amery
Cao Fei - A Mirage, 2004. Courtesy of Vitamin Creative Space.
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TheNewDowse: It’s inspiring to enter an art museum full of adults and children engaging with brig
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Silver 2009 (detail) by Andrea du Chatenier - polystyrene, satin, wool, human hair, plastic. At Mary Newton Gallery.
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2009 was the year we got to see what Wellington looks like without City Gallery, which emphasised
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NZ Bound, Siren Deluxe.
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For over ten years Photospace in Courtenay Place has been providing a home for photographers.
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Dane Mitchell, Spell Materials (Communication Spell) 2008, Picture frame containing six test tubes containing undisclosed materials, Courtesy of the artist and Starkwhite.
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If just as likely to be labeled borderline psychotic as psychic, artists have nevertheless often
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Star Gossage, Mauri Moe, 2009, Oil on board, 6 panels: 2430 x 435 mm.
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To see an excellent example of how some dealer galleries are increasingly behaving like public on
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By Parihaka artist Ngaahina Hohaia.
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This month there’s an impressive array of contemporary Maori art practice on display in the Welli
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Megan Jenkinson: Atmospheric Optics XI, 2009 - Digital lenticular print with polypropylene lens, 90 x 90 cm, edition of 5.
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No matter the advances in digital technology, your travel snaps are always going to disappoint. T
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