On the legacy of Peter McLeavey, the charismatic, pioneering art dealer who since the 1960s has shaped—even transformed—New Zealand art.
The exquisite and harrowing images behind New Zealander Robin Hammond’s W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund winning photojournalism.
At the New Zealand International Film Festival, The National and Big Star on film.
Peter Black continues his photographic exploration of New Zealand’s social landscape.
The Phoenix Foundation’s latest release is their best album yet.
Mary Macpherson’s photographic survey of change in New Zealand society as seen in small towns throughout the country.
Photographer David Cook’s follow-up to his magnum opus, Lake of Coal.
An urban nomad at heart, Peter Black returns to his street photography roots.
John Leech Gallery catalogues New Zealand photographers of the 19th century.
Words and urbanscapes from the New Zealand artist.
Film review of Charles Ferguson’s Inside Job and Josh Fox’s Gasland.
A well deserved survey of one of New Zealand’s singular artists.
Vincent Ward traces his filmmaking journey.
Australian musician Paul Kelly’s “mongrel memoir”.
A publication of the exhibition based around 90 postcards by 16 leading contemporary artists from New Zealand and Germany, curated by Hanna Scott.
Photographer Brian Sweeney’s follow-up to Geography: 100 Pictures.
New monographs for New Zealand photographers Brian Brake and Peter James Quinn.
Documenting expat New Zealand artist Max Gimblett’s work and New York workspace.
Notes on three recent publications documenting New Zealand and the photographer’s response to it.
Photographer Wayne Barrar’s latest series takes us underground.