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Issue °149, Spring 2010



Essays on the $50m James Wallace Arts Trust Collection’s beautiful new home, why Australian artist Ron Mueck’s hyper-real sculptures of humans have universal appeal, Virginia Were’s visit to the 17th Biennale of Sydney, Kristin D’Agostino and Craig Foltz’s thoughts on the new wave of jewellery and Sue Gardiner shares her thoughts on artists engaging with environmental issues and reports on roundabout˚ , an exhibition pivoting on ideas of faith and belief. In columns, Josie McNaught looks at arts sponsorship, Matthew Collings reflects on the work of Alice Neel, John Perry checks out some boutique auctions and Johanna Pegler befriends a grand old oak at Awhitu. We profile Fiona Jack, visit the studio of Roger Mortimer, meet with Hector Zamora and look at the TV adaptation of Justin Paton’s latest book. Dispatches come from Fiona Amundsen in Hiroshima and Geoffrey H. Short in Basel and elsewhere in Europe and our reviewers visit Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin and Brisbane


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