The Turner Prize-winning conceptual artist discusses his practice ahead of a major survey of his work—one of the highlights of the New Zealand Festival.
The problematic dialectic at the heart of curator Hou Hanru’s question/anti-question is explored by a number of artists at the 5th Auckland Triennial.
Art New Zealand opens its mouth and finds itself suddenly mute. THOMASIN SLEIGH thinks about art criticism in New Zealand.
Guests of the port city of Liverpool, artists David Bennewith, William Hsu and Marnie Slater explore the theme of ‘hospitality’ via the ocean and Wellington as a starting point.
Impressions on the 53rd Venice Biennale.