Press coverage

Robbie Handcock and Jeremy Leatinu’u, ‘Jeremy Leatinu’u’s monumental materiality’, The Art Paper, 17 August 2021. 


Ginny Fisher, ‘Making Marks: Multidisciplinary artist Salome Tanuvasa’s new work bursts with colour and joyful post-pandemic energy’, Viva, 30 June 2021.


Emil McAvoy, ‘Postcards: Auckland’, Art News New Zealand, Volume 41, No. 1, p. 56.


Sam Gaskin, ‘In Conversation with Wong Ping’, The Art Paper, March 2021. 


Florence Wu, ‘Happiness is Only Real When Shared: Capitalist Critique on Shortland St’, Craccum, Issue 03, 15 March 2021, pp. 28-30. 


‘Happiness is only real when shared’, the arts chat, 10 March 2021. 


Lynn Freemann with Mark Schroder, ‘Artist Mark Schroder takes on modern corporate culture’, Standing Room Only, RNZ, 14 February 2021. 


Editor’s Picks, happiness is only real when shared, Heart of the City, February 2021.  


Dan Ahwa, ’10 Thought-Provoking Exhibitions To Visit This Weekend & Beyond’, Viva, 18 September 2020.


Lynn Freemann with Lisa Beauchamp, ‘Celebrating 60 years of NZ TV’, Standing Room Only, RNZ, 31 May 2020. 


Samuel Te Kani, ‘To queer or not to queer: What can galleries do to address homophobia?’. The Spinoff, 05 April 2020. 


Mark Amery, ‘The Lowdown: Arts Online: Is There Any Money In It?’. The Big Idea, 02 April 2020.


‘COVID-19: How you can stay connected with your favourite city centre places’. Heart of the City, 02 April 2020. 


Louisa Buck, ‘Alien Sex Club artist John Walter offers tarot card readings over Skype during lockdown’. The Art Newspaper, 31 March 2020. 


Mark Amery, ‘Lowdown #78: Where are the queer art exhibitions?’. The Big Idea, 23 January 2020. 


Alison Mau, ‘Manus Island freedom fighter: I want safety, and a simple life’, Stuff, 17 November 2019. 


‘All change: Central-city gallery finishes an ambitious year of exhibitions and plans an outward-looking 2020’, Art News New Zealand, Summer 2019, p. 49. 


Aimee Ralfini, ‘The Art of November’, Verve Magazine Issue 161, November 2019. 


Lana Lopesi, ‘The Shouting Valley: a politically charged show about lives caught between borders’, The Spinoff, 23 October 2019.


Cushla Donaldson and David Hall, ‘The Vision of Participatory Parity: a conversation between Cushla Donaldson and David Hall’, Circuit, 9 October 2019. 


‘Artbank with Tom and Heidi’. 95bFM, 6 October 2019.


Lynn Freeman and Hoda Afshar, ‘Standing Room Only’. Radio New Zealand, 22 September 2019. 


John Hurrell, ‘The Slipping Away’. EyeContact, 8 August 2019. 


Dionne Christian, ‘The Slipping Away: Health of harbour top of mind during hikoi to art exhibition’. New Zealand Herald, 6 July 2019. 


John Hurrell, ‘A Fresh Curatorial Approach’. EyeContact, 5 June 2019. 


Rachel Ashby and Hannah Burgoyne, ‘I/V w/ Hannah Burgoyne’, 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel, 28 May, 2019. 


Noelle McCarthy and Hannah Burgoyne, ‘Heritage Tour of the Former 1YA Building’. Saturday Morning, Radio New Zealand, 25 May 2019.


Anthony Byrt, ‘The future is a riot’. Metro Magazine, May/June 2019, pp. 103-104.


Amy Weng, ‘We’re not too big to care’. Circuit, 28 April 2019. 


Kate Powell, ‘Artful splendour in yesteryear elegance’. The Big Idea, 8 April 2019. 


Dionne Christian, ‘New look Gus Fisher Gallery opens – and it’s not too big to care’. New Zealand Herald, 30 March 2019. 


Mark Amery, ‘Lowdown #35: Storms, rousing revivals and rackets’. The Big Idea, 19 February 2019.