With the physical fair rescheduled for February next year, organisers have partnered with Ocula to offer an alternative online.
Melbourne Art Fair has certainly achieved its goals of supporting contemporary art and living artists, while admirably staying grounded in its locality.
Through a wide range of photographic investigations, Wellington-based artist [Ann Shelton] has, over her 20-year career, explored the construction of narratives that surround social, political a
New Zealand artist Judy Millar has long been concerned with art’s relationship to the phenomenal and sensorial world. Her ambitious works test both the limitations and possibilities of tr
Two thousand and fifteen marks the 40th anniversary of New Zealand artist Julia Morison’s first exhibition. Morison studied graphic design at Wellington Polytechnic in 1970-2 and painting at
Anne Noble is one of New Zealand’s most acclaimed contemporary photographers. Her work spans landscape, documentary and installation incorporating both still and moving images. Her mos
Alison Bartley is the founder and director of Bartley + Company Art, a leading gallery based in Wellington. The gallery sells and