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Issue °163, Autumn 2014

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Bronwynne Cornish
Coming to terms with impermanence
by Virginia Were

Nick Austin
No fixed answers
by Megan Dunn

Snake Pit and beyond
by Sam Thomas

A bricoleur wanders the globe
in conversation with Simon Starling

and Virginia Were in conversation with JULIANA ENGBERG; we look at a limited edition book of MARK ADAMS’ photographs of TONY FOMISON; a photo essay from Sculpture by the Sea; Linda Tyler in conversation with the senior artist ALBERTO GARCIA-ALVAREZ; Sue Gardiner on the many young artists working with clay; Sue Gardiner on the many young artists working with clay; Josie McNaught shares her thoughts on the proposed MICHAEL PAREKOWHAI sculpture for Auckland; Judy Millar notes the growing dissatisfaction with art schools worldwide. We hear from Rob Garrett as he curates a public art programme in the heart of Gdánsk and Charlotte Huddleston visits Cambodia’s temples, villages and tourist spots; and collate reviews from Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Singapore and Mexico City


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