The Dunedin Public Art Gallery's new collection show, Style & Substance, looks at the way artists have responded to different genre systems throughout the history of art.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Hannah Joynt, a joint exhibition in Milford, and Gary Blackman.
Auckland performance artist Kalisolaite ’Uhila is settling into Dunedin life as the Dunedin Public Art Gallery’s 2019 Aotearoa New Zealand Visiting Artist. He tells Rebecca Fox about the origins of...
Almost half of the artists selected for the upcoming Arts Gold Awards are from Central Otago and the Queenstown Lakes district.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Pea Sea Art, Eion Shanks, and The Artist's Room.
A small Dunedin art gallery is dreaming big after receiving a grant of more than $627,000 from Creative New Zealand.
Putting his life story on stage as multidisciplinary dance collaboration Meremere has been therapeutic for dancer Rodney Bell. He tells Rebecca Fox about his at times turbulent life.
In this week's Art Seen, Laura Elliott looks at exhibitions from Gail de Jong, Gallery Thirty Three, and the Rippon Hall.
Dunedin artists James Robinson and Emily Gordon are among 10 artists to receive highly commended prizes in the national Parkin Drawing Prize awards announced in Wellington last night.
Dunedin artist Ayesha Green has won the New Zealand Contemporary Arts Award, announced in Hamilton last night, with her work Nana’s Birthday.
The Otago Museum building is set to fall almost silent during the first hour of being open this weekend.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Natalie Guy, the Fe29 Gallery, and Pauline Bellamy.
Three Central Otago designers have been announced as finalist designers for this year's World of WearableArt (Wow) Awards Show - but their entries are still ''top secret''.
Pam Jones is struck by the uncomfortable reality of race relations in the United States when viewing artworks and street activity in the cityscape of California.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Pickens looks at exhibitions from Patric Tomkins, Blue Oyster, and Layne Waerea.
The mountains drew Japanese artist Yukari Kaihori to New Zealand and while she has left them behind for Auckland they still form the basis of her work, she tells Rebecca Fox.