Nine Dunedin artists have made the shortlist of one of New Zealand's premier national art prizes.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Anya Sinclair, Jane Crisp, and Andy Leleisi’uao.
A member of the public takes in Dunedin artist Leben Young’s contemporary artwork being projected on to the side of First Church last night.
A painting by musician and art critic Chris Knox is now taking pride of place in Dunedin's quirky Museum of Natural Mystery.
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliott look at exhibitions from Mike Petre, Milford Galleries Queenstown, and Simon King.
A Waitati artist does not mind if his wooden carving that graces Doctors Point eventually washes away.
New Zealand's only convicted art forger, Karl Sim, and his associates entangled art experts from around the country in their web of deception. In this extract from the new book A Good Joke: The...
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Gary Tricker, and Angela Burns.
The system of dividing art into different genres has been used by Dunedin Public Art Gallery curators to showcase some of the gallery’s collection. Lucy Hammonds and Laura Gutsell tell Rebecca Fox...
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Alice Canton, Nicola Jackson, and Alex Monteith.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from the Hocken Collections Gallery, Gemma Campbell, and Karl Maughan.
A chance conversation has led to boxes of material excavated from middens in coastal sites in Fiordland in the 1970s being opened for the first time in years as part of a unique art work created by...
Because of their heritage and slave titles, the Australian South Sea Islanders' cultural ancestry is almost non-existent.
"Bark'', Dick Frizzell (Central Stories Museum & Art Gallery, Alexandra)A hand-painted road sign advertising farm produce and firewood for sale. The words "Garage Sale'' lettered across a piece...
In 1979, the Hocken received an outstanding gift from Colin and Anne McCahon of a 1.8m high kauri sculpture by Invercargill-born artist, ceramist and teacher Alison Duff.
Artist Michel Tuffery has a soft spot for Dunedin, due in part to fond memories from his student days. He talks to Rebecca Fox about his latest project marrying his love of the environment with his...
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions by Marion Wassenar, Eliot Coates and Viky Garden.
With strong political and social threads, theatre-artist Alice canton uses storytelling to create spaces for multiple voices to be heard, she tells Rebecca Fox.
A former Dunedin man abused by two different offenders within the Catholic Church says a love of art has helped him heal.