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ISSUE º00 CELEBRATES ARTISTS WHO LIVE OR EXHIBIT WITHIN TĀMAKI MAKAURAU/AUCKLAND (AOTEAROA/New Zealand).

The ART PAPER FOCUSES ON CRITICAL THINKING AND IN-DEPTH COVERAGE OF ART AND ARTISTS, WITH A CONTEMPORARY FOCUS.

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56 PAGES
230 W X 260 MM H (FOLDED VERTICALLY)

EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS

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Nathan Pōhio and Remco de Blaaij in conversation

Artist Nathan Pōhio speaks to Artspace Aotearoa Director Remco de Blaaij about his relationship to Artspace and 2010 Buster Keaton portrait (featuring a young Marlon Williams as a model), Homemade Glider Kitset. The artwork is included in the gallery’s current fundraiser exhibition, When The Dust Settles, 14–19 October 2021.

A Field of Joy: Energy, Hyperobjects and Artefacts

Sarah Smuts-Kennedy speaks to gallerist Dan du Bern on the occasion of her new exhibition Joy Field at Sumer, Tauranga—discussing her approach as an artist, what inspires her, and how she believes art can best function in the world at this specific point in time.

Thinking through memories, an interview with Ilish Thomas

Indira’s Birthday (ઇન્દિરાનો જન્મદિવસ) is a solo exhibition by Ilish Thomas at play_station in Te Whanganui-a-Tara/Wellington. Here, play_station co-facilitator Connor Fitzgerald speaks to the artist about transience, community and intimacy.

Books: An unreliable guidebook to jewellery by Lisa Walker

Iconoclastic and irreverent, Lisa Walker is a pioneer of contemporary jewellery. Here, Maya Love delves into the second edition of An unreliable guidebook to jewellery by Lisa Walker and examines the ways that the publication showcases the artist’s practice.

Shireen Seno in Conversation

Robbie Handcock, curator of the exhibition The Inner Lives of Islands, interviews participating artist Shireen Seno about her filmic practice that explores memory, family, and living in the diaspora.

Artist Spotlight: Alice Alva

Wesley John Fourie speaks to Alice Alva, contributing artist in the exhibition All is Full of Love at Broker curated by Fourie, about intimacy and abstraction in her practice.

Intricate assemblages by Taarn Scott

Taarn Scott is a contributing artist in the group exhibition All is Full of Love at Broker in Queenstown. Here, curator Wesley John Fourie speaks to Scott about these artworks that combine pencil rubbings and miniature ceramics.

Jeremy Leatinu’u’s monumental materiality

An in-depth look at Jeremy Leatinu’u’s Building monuments and folding forts upon a slippery ocean and a moving sky, currently on view at Gus Fisher Gallery, in conversation with gallery public programmes & engagement officer Robbie Handcock.