Issue °160, Winter 2013



Virginia Were reports from Sydney on the 13 Rooms exhibition, Bill Culbert on preparing for the 55th Venice Biennale and Megan Dunn in conversation with art dealer Hamish McKay about the decision to close his Wellington gallery and change his business model, and Sue Gardiner on artists harnessing digital and social media; Sally Blundell finds out about future plans for Christchurch Art Gallery, and we take a look at Peter Robinson’s new participatory sculpture is one of many exciting local and international works in the 5th Auckland Triennial. From our regular contributors:  Judy Millar reflects on the need for feminism in our times, Josie McNaught is incensed that arts funding is being eroded and John Perry reports on the year’s first auctions. We profile Hye Rim Lee, visit Tony de Lautour’s studio and meet American artist Maya Lin. We hear from Noel Ivanoff in Antwerp and reviewers in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin


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