In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions by Janet de Wagt, Israel Birch, and Te Rongo Kirkwood.
Chinese video artist Chen Zhou’s latest work, made while in New Zealand, will be shown in Dunedin this weekend. Chen spoke to Rebecca Fox.
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliott looks at a joint exhibition from Karl Maughan and Chris Charteris, plus works from Gail de Jong, and Janette Cervin.
The sculptor of Wall Street's "Charging Bull" statue is seeing red over New York City's decision to keep in place the "Fearless Girl" sculpture that now stares it down, saying it has changed the meaning of his work.
Caroline Sutton Clark was so moved by the story of Caroline Plummer she left behind her children and home to come halfway around the world to further her cause.
A legally blind cartoonist born in Timaru, raised in Canterbury, and resettled in Dunedin is taking his skills from the streets to the workshop floor, The South Today reports.
Being immersed in the world capital of contemporary jewellery was quite an experience for Dunedin jeweller Jane Dodd.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Mike O'Kane, Kirsty Warman and Jane Shriffer, and Aahmes Quince.
Artist Shannon Novak discovered using digital technology to make art by accident. He tells Rebecca Fox about his Dunedin experiment.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens examines exhibitions from Reuben Paterson, the Brett McDowell Gallery and Milford Galleries.
An art gallery has removed a photograph from an upcoming auction following a complaint by the subject - a child sex abuse victim who says the image taken by her mother is "totally unacceptable".
Two paintings worth around $1million have been stolen in an early-morning art heist at a top Auckland gallery.
From Old Masters' self-portraits to contemporary phone selfies, a London exhibition explores the creative potential of an expression often derided as inane.
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliot looks at exhibitions by John Parker, Tania Jack and Ro Bradshaw.
New Plymouth-based artist Reuben Paterson is setting the black sky alight with his latest works. He speaks to Rebecca Fox about his unusual passion for the sparkly stuff.
When Volker Gerling goes walking he has a different mission in mind than most. He will bring his journeys to life in a show to be staged at Wanaka’s Festival of Colour, he tells Rebecca Fox.
The cultural phenomenon of Polish poster art is in Dunedin as part of a celebration of 250 years of Polish theatre.
This week in Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions by Angela Burns, Faith Wilson, and Rob Piggott.
The world premiere of Daniel Belton's latest work, Axis - Anatomy of Space, was a 360-degree aural and visual immersion.
The graffiti artist who painted a tribute to cartoonist Murray Ball has come forward, saying he needs to thank people for the public response.