Issue °156, Winter 2012



Ans Westra in conversation with Janet Bayly, Sue Gardiner on Gordon Walters and contemporary abstractionists, Virginia Were and Geoffrey Batchen on contemporary photography and where it’s headed and Fatu Feu’u’s inspiring new arts centre in a tsunami-battered small Samoan village. Josie McNaught asks why the Walters Prize isn’t more exciting, John Perry encounters an electric atmosphere in the auction room, and more on French artist Bernar Venet’s dramatic New Zealand sculpture project. We profile Erica van Zon, meet London-based artist Brad Lochore, visit Andrew Blythe’s studio and hear from John Ward Knox as he reflects on a painting by Monet while in Paris and Berlin. Reviews come from Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin


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