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City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi: News From the Sun

The window, the horizon, and the still life are some of photography’s biggest clichés. Darkroom and Instagram famous, beloved by professionals and amateurs alike, they demand to be photographed. They have become ciphers for photography itself. ...

Denizen: Natasha Wright, Angels and Icons

Renowned for her thought-provoking pieces, which often focus on the empowerment, representation and sexuality of women, Kiwi Natasha Wright is a painter that has become a feminist icon in the art world - both here and overseas, as she’s currently based in NYC....

Hawke’s Bay Today: Drawing on History

Parlour Projects is pleased to present Angels and Icons, an exhibition of large scale, new works by New Zealand born New York-based artist Natasha Wright. Throughout Wright’s practice she has continuously challenged means of representation and abstraction in contemporary painting. ...

In the Studio with Emma Fitts

I’m currently at the Headlands Center for the Arts, set in the Golden Gate National Park of San Fransicso. The studio space here is amazing, it feels like the size of half a basketball court – it’s the largest studio I’ve ever had. I work a lot on the floor,...

In the Studio with Ben Pearce

My current studio, where I have been working for four years, is a room downstairs in the back of an old 1866 house we bought. I’m soon to move into a new 10sqm studio that I built myself in between shows. My favourite feature is the...

In the Studio with Natasha Wright

My studio is located on the 4th floor of a large industrial building in Bushwick. The best thing about the space are the large north facing windows and view of the Manhattan skyline and surrounding Brooklyn neighbourhoods. I spend a lot of time in my studio, it’s...

ArtZone: Under the Black Hood

Harry Culy is a photographer studying towards his Master of Fine Arts at Massey University. He also works part-time for the university as a technician for the School of Art. Here, he talks about working slowly in a world that's speeding up, ghosts, and everyday...

EyeContact: Emma Fitts Te Uru Installation

Cantabrian McCahon House resident Emma Fitts here presents a show of textile works in the intimate small gallery on Te Uru’s top floor. Highly textured and organic, her delicately hued fabric hangings—suspended like large unfurled scrolls in real space or hanging off pegs on the walls like...