In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Xu Shen, Yang Yongliang, and Jonathan Jones.
Summer Times reporters recently spent time following Southerners going about their daily lives. Today Barry Cleavin shares his day with John Gibb.
Life drawing model Rhia Robb went from being a bundle of nerves as a first-timer to a regular who has become so relaxed she has gone to sleep while posing.
Five ODT reporters have gritted their teeth and gone way beyond their comfort zone to bring back stories of fear and mortification. Today, David Loughrey faces the fear that haunts our nightmares - public nudity.
Banksy fans are flocking to the Welsh town of Port Talbot to see a new mural by the elusive British street artist depicting a child covered in snow that is in fact ash from a burning bin.
The daunting prospect of having an entire year to just write has been swept away by the need to create, Robert Burns Fellow for 2018 Dunedin poet Rhian Gallagher tells Rebecca Fox.
The man who began, and has led, Arts Festival Dunedin for most of the past 20 years has decided to step aside from the role.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from James Hope, Lonnie Hutchinson, and Te Rongo Kirkwood.
Former Otago woman Rebecca Rice has always had an interest in China and its culture. She tells Rebecca Fox how that has led to a major project showcasing China’s terracotta warriors.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Ayesha Green, Hayley Walmsley, and a joint exhibition from Manu Berry and Luke Hancock.
Rebecca Fox talks to Hocken photography curator Dr Anna Petersen about how photography impacted painter Frances Hodgkins.
Chinese artist Yang Yongliang is known for his detailed multimedia works which reinvent the Chinese landscape tradition. He tells Rebecca Fox about his passion for the environment.
A sculpture by Josh Olley, of Luggate, has been named as the New Zealand Sculpture OnShore 2018 visitor favourite.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Marie Strauss, Sam Hamilton, and Alex Pittendrigh.‘‘Monkey Games’’ Marie Strauss(Eskdale Gallery)In this body of work Marie...
With interest in contemporary Chinese art exploding worldwide, Dunedin Public Art Gallery is providing a glimpse into the practises of Chinese artists. Rebecca Fox talks to curators Lucy Hammonds...
Two-time WOW winner, artist and Otago Polytechnic graduate Tatyanna Meharry talks to Brittany Pooley about life, ceramics and her journey through a world of wearable art.