Issue °153, Spring 2011



Bill Milbank on Philip Trusttum’s recent paintings, Sue Gardiner on artist’s engaging with and altering architecture, and Virginia Were on a landmark exhibition project in Wellington and an exciting new gallery in Mangere. We profile ​​Liyen Chong and Neil Pardington, visit Reuben Paterson in the studio and look at Judy Millar’s recent return to Venice to make an ambitious new work. Josie McNaught schemes to give sport the heave ho and favour the arts, Laurence Aberhart shares his photographs of America’s struggling northeastern states and Linda Tyler races around the Venice Biennale and sizes up the feast of art, while our reviews take in exhibitions in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Hobart, Brisbane and Sydney


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