In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions by Tiffany Singh, John Drawbridge, and Pauline Bellamy.
In the first Art Seen of the new year, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Dunedin Public Art Gallery, the University of Otago, and Kushana Bush.
Artist Paul McLachlan has said goodbye to living in Dunedin. He tells Rebecca Fox about his preference for a more nomadic lifestyle.
Dunedin artist Charlotte Parallel has received a 2017 Asia New Zealand- Creative New Zealand residency to spend time at Instinc Gallery in Singapore.
Seeing their work hanging on the walls in an exhibition space last month made two Queenstown art students feel very grown up. Rebecca Fox talks to Bella Bollinger and Holly Tatom-Cross about a life...
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at works by Johanna Zellmer, an exhibition by the Inge Doesburg Gallery, and art by Suji Park.
A tale of young love and ludicrous deception, Charley’s Aunt is widely regarded as one of the most entertaining farces written. Kim Dungey looks at the Globe Theatre’s end-of-year production.
This week in Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at works by Daphne Simons, Yi-Ming Lin, and an exhibition curated by Priscilla Pits.
Heirs to the German Jewish art dealer Alfred Flechtheim sued the German state of Bavaria, seeking the return of eight paintings by Max Beckmann, Juan Gris and Paul Klee that they said were looted by the Nazis.
In this week's Art Seen, art critic James Dignan looks at works by Stephen Bloomfield, Andrew Hill, and an exhibition celebrating the anniversary of the France Hodgkins Fellowship.
Dunedin artist Kushana Bush talks with Rebecca Fox about her first major solo public gallery exhibition.
Three Ukrainian IT students have paid tribute to late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs by making his portrait with computer keyboard keys.
Review: The Nutcracker is the quintessential Christmas ballet and this production from the Imperial Russian Ballet Company is colourful, grand and family-focused.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at works by Nic Dempster, Karen Baddock, and Blue Black.
A snapshot of daily life in Dunedin can be seen in a new Toitu Otago Settlers Museum display.
In its end-of-year Site show, Otago Polytechnic School of Art never fails to deliver scintillating, thought-provoking and imaginative works set to challenge what ‘‘art’’ is.
When students talk about one hundred and one ways with mince, wearing it as jewellery is probably not on that list.
In this week's Art Seen, art critic James Dignan looks at works by Peter Nicholls, Ralph Hotere, and Steev Peyroux.
The Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam has dismissed an art historian's claim that a collection of discovered sketches were drawn by the Dutch artist, saying they were imitations.
A Frida Kahlo painting that has never been publicly exhibited and whose whereabouts had been a mystery will be auctioned next week at Sotheby's in New York, the auction house said.