The Big Idea got a trio of its strongest minded writers together to discuss the uneasy themes brought up in ATC's latest production.
The farewell show of Auckland’s Pop-up Globe is ironically a long overdue one that puts a woman’s voice to the forefront, writes Kate Powell.
This cleverly curated exhibition captures the importance of place for an artist who has become a synonym for Modernist New Zealand art.
Kate Powell measures a great artist’s impact and concludes it lies in her choice to lead her life so stubbornly as her own.
Review|Pacific Sisters: He Toa Taera at the Auckland Art Gallery is a long overdue retrospective of one of Aotearoa’s most influential artistic collectives of the last twenty years.
In the latest instalment of the 2019 Pop Up Globe season, two plays attempt to tackle the theme of abuse of power. But is the balance between humour and horror measured? Kate Powell investigates.
A fresh take on intercultural communication: Kate Powell reviews Jump Cut at the Pah Homestead, a contemporary dance performance by a vibrant group of talented young migrants and refugees.
Kate Powell takes us on a necessary and important journey through New Zealand art history.
Kate Powell is right: the art critics have not vanished. But their work needs to be cultivated and supported. So here is Kate again, presenting you a review written in her lunch break. You’re welcome.