Issue °157, Spring 2012



A survey of the 18th Biennale of Sydney, Gil Hanly on her early days in the London art scene with late husband Pat Hanley, and the couple’s return to New Zealand in the early 1960s, John Gow and Gary Langsford reflecting on 25 years as pioneers in Auckland’s dynamic gallery scene, and Kobi Bosshard’s influence on New Zealand jewellery. Sue Gardiner finds out why New Zealand artists are hot stuff in Australia, Josie McNaught reflects on the art world’s dubious love affair with glamour and fame, and more on John Edgar’s sculpture at The Savill Garden near London. We profile Anne Nobel, visit Georgie Hill’s studio, and receive dispatches from Martin Basher in NYC for Independence Day, Paul Cullen in Utah, looking for the Spiral Jetty, and Sam Foley in the fjords and waterways of Norway, with reviews from Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Brisbane and Samoa


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