• ISSUE º00: TĀMAKI MAKAURAU
  • EMILY KARAKA INTERVIEWED BY francis mcwhannell
  • Hamish Coleman IN CONVERSATION
  • Writer Chloe Lane interviews Ella Sutherland

ONLINE READING

Film4Ever

Samuel Te Kani on Ali Senescall’s poignant cinematic thrift.

The contingencies of passion

Robyn Maree Pickens on Amsterdam-based artist Mercedes Azpilicueta’s first UK solo exhibition, Bondage of Passions, at Gasworks, London.

A recipe for resistance

Co-authored by Turumeke Harrington and Grace Ryder, Help Yourself (a group show on display at Enjoy Contemporary Art Space in Pōneke/Wellington) is an invocation of protection against the daily grind.

Shane Cotton, interviewed by Kim Meredith

Kim Meredith speaks to Shane Cotton (Ngāti Rangi, Ngāti Hine, Te Uri Taniwha) about Te Puawai, his recent artwork included within the landmark exhibition Toi Tū Toi Ora at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, and the vessels that guide us forward.

Full House: Exhibition Text

Erin Lee explores Full House, an artist-run exhibition staged in a home commissioned by artist Milan Mrkusich and designed by Aotearoa/New Zealand architect Claude Megson.

On a bright green island: an interview with Emily Karaka

Emily Karaka’s new exhibition, Rāhui, at Visions in Tāmaki Makaurau was produced during her time living and working at Parehuia, Titirangi, as the first McCahon House Artist in Residence of 2021. Francis McWhannell, curatorial adviser to Visions, visited towards the end of her stay and spoke with Karaka about the residency and resulting exhibition.

Ben Sakoguchi, Chinatown

Ben Sakoguchi’s witty combinations of commercial signage, history painting, and Pop Art comment on the American Dream and its fraught entanglement with xenophobia and racism. His exhibition Chinatown runs through 15 May at Bel Ami, Los Angeles.

PURCHASE ART Paper º00: Tāmaki Makaurau — $10

 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, BECKY HEMUS, DELIVERS HER DEBUT ISSUE OF ART PAPER. ISSUE º00 CELEBRATES ARTISTS WHO LIVE OR EXHIBIT WITHIN TĀMAKI MAKAURAU AUCKLAND (AOTEAROA, NZ).

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

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