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Issue °133, Spring 2006



Essays on the enduring influence of Aukaha, the 1966 Waikato exhibition, on contemporary Māori art and the changing rules of engagement between artist and viewer; a profile of Areta Wilkinson; a studio visit with Seung Yul Oh; dispatches from Melbourne and North Carolina by Gregor Kregar and from Richard Adams in Dubai; and a preview of Max Gimblett’s new book. Our columns include Sue Gardiner’s thoughts on corporate domination, Justin Paton on Dunedin Public Art Gallery’s colossal white wall, Hamish Coney’s market insights, the third instalment of our ‘Code of Practice’ series and reviews from around the country

Other highlights include a visit to the Sydney Biennale and a closer look at the new art dealers association; a lost film resurfaces, aerosol art extravaganza, Wonder-land photographs, a new Michael Parekowhai installation, Queenstown dealer gallery, school hosts artist in residence, arts channel highlights, a round-up of awards, residencies and new appointments and short insights on Tony Lane, Alberto Giacometti, Lorraine Webb, Frank Dean, Dale Copeland, Nancy Caiger, Catherine Townsend, Juliet McAra, Atlas Group, and Eve Armstrong


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