Issue °158, Summer 2012



Gil Hanly on Pat Hanley’s love of sailing, kite-flying and involvement in the protest movements of the 1980s, Sue Gardiner revisits the Summer of Love to think about how artists today are still critiquing the status quo and dreaming of a utopian world, Robert Leonard on the forthcoming Shane Cotton exhibition at the IMA in Brisbane, and a preview of the prestigious international sculpture symposium coming up this summer. Josie McNaught offers her thoughts on overpriced publicly funded art projects, Judy Millar visits the Frankfurt Book Fair, John Perry reports on the thrilling Les and Milly Paris Collection auction and Toronto-based filmmaker and artist Srinivas Krishna visits Auckland. We profile Shigeyuki Kihara and Matthew Couper, visit the studio of Peter Lange and hear from Gregory O’Brien on the Kermadec exhibition’s inspiring travels abroad, as well as reviews from Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Cairns and Kassel


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