Issue °167, Autumn 2015



Daniel Malone
Homage to depth, bravery and complexity
by Dan Chappell

Star Gossage
Spirituality, politics and the colour blue
by Virginia Were

David Shrigley
Messed up and enjoying it
by Virginia Were

Michael Shepherd, Stanley Palmer, John Walsh
Visiting the ghosts of the past
by Dan Chappell

and Virginia Were in conversation with Simon Rees, Director of the Govett-Brewster/Len Lye Centre, about what’s ahead for the dramatically transformed gallery; Sue Gardiner talks to artists who’re working hard to find innovative solutions and responses to climate change; and Sophia McKinnon examines the phenomenon of lavish, private museums being built by wealthy art lovers all over China

JUDY MILLAR contemplates the formidable power of images, BELINDA GRIFFITHS thinks about the big challenges facing women artists and Josie McNaught finds that Tokyo has culture coursing through its veins. Utopian architecture and cloud forms inspire sculptor GREGOR KREGAR. We meet visiting artist DAVID SHRIGLEY and current McCahon House artist-in-residence DANIEL MALONE

with reviews from Auckland, Hastings, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Sydney and Bondi


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