Issue °142, Summer 2008



Features in the Summer ’08 issue of Art News New Zealand include Sue Gardiner meets idealists committed to art, Billie Lythberg on the new wave of printmaking, Virginia Were on artists messing with stitch and embroidery’s impeccable reputation, John Hurrell on artist Ted Bracey forging of New Zealand’s art educational landscape, and the artists transforming urban Christchurch for SCAPE 2009; a studio visit with Jim Cooper; Josie McNaught on mainstream media misdemeanours and Isabel Nolan on the nuances of language; a profile of Ruth Cleland; deep-dives into Andre Hemer’s ‘illegitimate’ installations in Seoul and Richard Lewer at the Stations of the Cross; and a dispatch from Robyn Pickens in Armenia. In columns, read John Perry on recent auctions and reviews from Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin


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