As part of the Artists Alliance Graduate Series, MIT Jeweller Macarena Bernal reviewed the 2016 MIT Jewellery Graduate Show, Made to Wear. This December, Royal Jewellery Studio in Kingsland was home to this young jewellery exhibition for the 3rd consecutive time, showing work by 5 students recently graduated… Read More
Lucinda Bennett reflects on Gabi Lardies’ time in residence with Artists Alliance
A Visual Encounter with New Zealand History: Photography Exhibition at Auckland Art Gallery As an American, I saw New Zealand as a place largely bereft of political or racial unrest. But of course, no country is without scars, and the exhibition ‘Opening the Past to… Read More
Serena Siegenthaler-Brown reviews ‘Infiltrations II’ at Whanganui Regional Museum.
“Both its narrative and delivery destroy the modern viewer because they reflect what we truly fear; we know that some version of what Lewer describes is coming for us eventually.” Alec Hutchinson on Richard Lewer.
Hana Aoake reviews ‘Used Parts’, a performative installation at Elam’s Projectspace.
It’s difficult to talk about the Turner Prize without discussing the seemingly inevitable swath of controversy that comes along with it. While some years have undoubtedly seen more drama and public gnashing of teeth than others, the Turner Prize seldom seems to be awarded without… Read More
Tina Matulic reviews Emily Wolfe’s recent exhibition, Slant of Light, at Auckland’s Melanie Roger Gallery
Ann Shelton – two words for black | Trish Clark Gallery | September 3 – October 2, 2014 Ann Shelton’s new show two words for black at Trish Clark Gallery in Auckland unfolds at a rather timely demonstration of the ever-looming threat of Big Brother… Read More
Journal, currently on show at ICA is an immensely engaged and often strikingly personal collection of works. The show features five major contemporary artists in the gallery proper alongside a series of other projects and events of “equal status,” which run concurrently with the central… Read More