press coverage

Interview

Lisa Beauchamp: Activist and avante-garde artist Derek Jarman

 

June 2024

Feature

‘Art can be meaningful, and fun’: Lisa Beauchamp on bringing art to life

 

June 2024

Feature

Delphinium Days: Derek Jarman exhibition opens at Gus Fisher Gallery

 

June 2024

Feature

Reframing Jarman

 

June 2024

Interview

Lisa Beauchamp on Derek Jarman: Delphinium Days

 

June 2024

Feature

Derek Jarman’s cottage as his final work of art

 

June 2024

Review

Take What You Have Gathered From Coincidence

 

April 2024

Feature

Art of luck explored in new exhibition

 

March 2024

Review

Togo-Brisby and Vea at Gus Fisher

 

January 2024

Conversation

Making visible the relationship between hard labour and the Pacific: John Vea and Jasmine Togo-Brisby

 

October 2023

Feature

Misong Kim: Submerging psychedelia: She could lie on her back and sink

 

June 2023

Feature

What’s On: A Guide To Pride 2023

 

February 2023

Feature

Well-known Māori waiata Pōkarekare Ana is the inspiration behind art exhibit

 

February 2023

Feature

Right Click Save: On Decentralized Curation

 

November 2022

Review

Samuel Te Kani: Mining Meaning: Denny & Müller Across Two Galleries

 

Art New Zealand 184 / Summer 2022-23, 2022

Feature

Metro: Mapping Relation: Simon Denny & Karamia Müller

 

August 2022

Review

Circuit: 24 hours Tāmaki: 2022 edition

 

June 2022

Conversation

The Art Paper: In Conversation with Sione Faletau

 

June 2022

Feature

Mark Amery: Te Hīkoi Toi: Furnishing office culture

 

May 2022

Interview

Circuit cast: Sione Faletau

 

April 2022

Interview

Standing room only: Jade Townsend

 

April 2022

Interview

Artbank: ChrisTOPHER Ulutupu

 

March 2022

Conversation

A new kind of alphabet: Michelle Williams Gamaker and Krishna Istha in conversation

 

February 2022

Conversation

Jeremy Leatinu’u’s monumental materiality

 

August 2021

Feature

Salome Tanuvasa’s Swirling Visual Language Invokes A Sense Of Joy

 

June 2021

Review

Emil McAvoy: Postcards – Auckland

 

Art News New Zealand, Volume 41, No. 1.

Conversation

In conversation with Wong Ping

 

March 2021

Review

Florence Wu: Capitalist critique on Shortland Street

 

March 2021

Interview

Artist Mark Schroder takes on modern corporate culture

 

March 2021

Feature

Editor’s Picks: happiness is only real when shared

 

February 2021

Feature

10 Thought-Provoking Exhibitions To Visit This Weekend & Beyond

 

September 2020

Interview

Celebrating 60 years of nz Tv with Lisa Beauchamp

 

May 2020

Feature

Samuel Te Kani: To queer or not to queer

 

April 2020

Feature

Mark amery: Arts online: is there any money in it?

 

April 2020

Feature

Alien Sex Club artist John Walter offers tarot card readings over Skype during lockdown

 

April 2020

Feature

Mark Amery: Where are the queer art exhibitions?

 

January 2020

Feature

All change: central city gallery finishes an ambitious year of exhibitions

 

Art News New Zealand, Summer 2019

Interview

Manus Island freedom fighter: I want safety, and a simple life

 

November 2019

Feature

The Art of November

 

November 2019

Review

Lana Lopesi: The Shouting Valley: a politically charged show about lives caught between borders

 

October 2019

Conversation

The Vision of Participatory Parity: a conversation between Cushla Donaldson and David Hall

 

October 2019

Conversation

Artbank: The Shouting Valley

 

October 2019

Interview

Standing Room Only: Hoda Afshar

 

September 2019

Review

John Hurrell: The Slipping Away

 

August 2019

Feature

The Slipping Away: Health of harbour top of mind during hikoi to art exhibition

 

July 2019

Review

We’re Not Too Big to Care: A fresh curatorial approach

 

June 2019

Interview

Hannah Burgoyne: Heritage Tour

 

May 2019

Interview

Saturday Morning: Hannah Burgoyne, Heritage tour

 

May 2019

Review

Anthony Byrt: The future is a riot

 

May/June 2019

Review

Amy Weng: We’re not too big to care

 

April 2019

Feature

Artful splendour in yesteryear elegance

 

April 2019

Feature

New look Gus Fisher Gallery opens – and it’s not too big to care

 

March 2019

Feature

Lowdown #35: Storms, rousing revivals and rackets

 

February 2019

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