05 October 2013

ArtWeek, 11-20Oct, Auckland

ArtWeek is coming to Auckland from 11-20 October.

I just read that ArtWeek organisers are inviting people to contribute 
to a conversation about the exhibitions associated with ArtWeek.
Now is your chance to review an exhibition you find interesting 
(whether it takes your fancy or not)
 or to comment on exhibitions and the visual arts in New Zealand 
with a short article (200-600 words).

Winning entries selected by the ArtWeek panel of judges
— The best piece of writing each month wins a 2 year subscription to Art News.
— The best writing for the quarter wins editorial space in Art News next issue.

It is great to have this opportunity for us to dialogue about printmaking here in NZ,
so lets also take an opportunity to share our thoughts and ideas about printmaking with others.
Click here to go to the page to enter your thoughts: artweekauckland.co.nz/artzine/entry

Here are a few exhibitions that you may like to 'review':

Corban Estate Arts Centre, until 20 October
Kim Lowe is an artist and printmaker of New Zealand Chinese and Pakeha descent. 
Lowe’s latest exhibition features prints that allude to a fabricated family narrative 
based loosely on past events and snippets of her family's mixed history.

Kim Lowe, Making Waves with Clouds and Rain, 2013

Seed Gallery, Newmarket, from 9-26 October
John Pusateri’s manipulated (sometimes obliterated) images of birds 
comment on the complex history of animal preservation, speciation and extinction. 
He highlights the irony of living things destroyed in order 
that they are better known, catalogued, and preserved. 

John Pusateri, Night, Night, Night, Day

Mairangi Arts Centre, 9 October to 9 Novenber
This exhibition showcases printmaking from artists across New Zealand.

Black Asterisk, 11 - 31 October
International award winning printmaker Prue MacDougall presents 30 solar-plate etchings 
created for her solo exhibition in Cadaques, Spain, earlier this year.

Prue MacDougall, Unicorn, 2013

So set aside a little time to during ArtWeek to see one of these shows,
then go to the page to enter your review:

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