Issue °170, Summer 2015

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Imogen Taylor
A not so hidden agenda
by Virginia Were

Istanbul Biennial
A salty letter from the Bosphorous
Misal Adnan Yildiz

The body politic
Bruce Connew in conversation with Virginia Were

Auckland Botanic Gardens
A growing concern: planting art in gardens
by Linda Tyler

Brit Bunkley
Oil, dust devils and Disneyland
by Brit Bunkley

and  GILL GATFIELD’s two sculptural projects in Denmark engage with history; Josie McNaught reports on New Zealand’s first Art Crime Symposium; John Perry reports on the discovery of hidden treasures; JUDY MILLAR talks about politics, philosophy and her own studio practice; and YANG FUDONG  celebrates colour in his dramatic survey exhibition in Auckland

columns include Sue Gardiner looking  at new interest in modern and contemporary New Zealand art among Australian collectors,  and Wallace Chapman enthusing about editions and multiples


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