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Issue °144, Winter 2009



Features in the Winter ’09 issue of Art News New Zealand include Sue Gardiner speaking to painters about what they really think about this ancient yet utterly contemporary medium, Chris Booth on his bold, new works worldwide, Bill Culbert in conversation with Andrew Clifford about his latest book and exhibition and Virginia Were speaking to four watercolourists on why they love the medium; a studio visit with Mark Adams (and his favourite works by 19th-century carver Tene Waitere); Josie McNaught on the need for artists to speak out; a profile of Peata Larkin; a flying visit with Paola Pivi; in London, Matthew Collings wonders what it is to be a writer; and we hear from John Lyall and Claudia Bell in South Korea, and spend time with Anne Noble at a deep field camp in Antarctica. In columns, John Perry traces Colin McCahon’s waterfalls and collect reviews from Auckland, Taranaki, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. 



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