Writing

Meandering Gestures, Infiltrating Language

By Imaad Majeed

08.09.2022

Artist, curator and writer Imaad Majeed talks with Aotearoa artist Areez Katki about his participation in Language is Migrant, the latest edition of the international arts festival Colomboscope, in Sri Lanka, and about using embroidery and textiles to explore ideas of displacement, trajectories of violence, and the colonial legacy of his own Parsi heritage.

Writing

On Wet Ontologies, Fluid Hierarchies and Hope-Soaked Propositions at the 23rd Biennale of Sydney

By Emma O'Neill

26.08.2022

This year’s Biennale of Sydney, titled rīvus, included the work of Aotearoa-based artists Sopolemalama Filipe Tohi and Mata Aho Collective. Emma O’Neill, a writer working on Gadigal Land, responds to the exhibition and some of the work presented by the 89 participants invited to interact with different forms and bodies of water.

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Claudia Kogachi, Debra Porch Residency and artist talk at Artisan Queensland

01 September —
30 September 2022

artisan Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

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Francis Upritchard, A Loose Hold

18 September —
20 November 2022

Kunsthaus Pasquart, Biel, Switzerland

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Talia Smith and Edith Amituanai, The Salt of the Earth

16 September —
30 October 2022

Singapore International Photography Festival, Singapore

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Yuki Kihara and Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, TALANOA FORUM: Swimming Against the Tide

11 October —
19 October 2022

Online & Venice, Italy & Leiden/Amsterdam, the Netherlands

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Simon Denny, POST-CAPITAL: Art and the Economics of the Digital Age

17 September 2022 —
15 January 2023

Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark

Writing

Chance and Impermanence

By Daria de Beauvais, Kate Newby

27.07.2022

Texas-based Aotearoa artist Kate Newby talks to Palais de Tokyo curator Daria de Beauvais about Reclaim the Earth, traversing the ecological questions at the heart of the exhibition, Newby's collaborative process of art making, and her new works commissioned for the exhibition. 

Writing

The Way Through Doors

By Andrew Berardini

22.06.2022

Andrew Berardini visits Fiona Connor’s solo exhibition at Château Shatto in LA, where the artist’s carefully rendered replicas of the doors of closed down clubs conjure up memories of forgotten youth. 

Writing

Purple Rain

By Clémentine Deliss

07.06.2022

Writer and curator Clémentine Deliss reviews Aotearoa artist Ruth Buchanan’s solo exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Basel in Switzerland, an artwork as exhibition that reconfigures collecting history, curatorial practices and institutional norms.

Writing

An interview with Yuki Kihara

By Contemporary HUM

24.05.2022

In the opening week of the 2022 Biennale di Venezia, HUM sat down with the artist representing Aotearoa, Yuki Kihara, to discuss her exhibition Paradise Camp, and what it means to bring a Pasifika, Fa'afafine voice to the international audience of this major event.

Writing

An interview with the curators of 'Paradise Camp'

By Contemporary HUM, Ioana Gordon-Smith, Natalie King

24.05.2022

In the opening week of the 2022 Biennale di Venezia, HUM sat down with the Aotearoa New Zealand pavilion’s Curator, Natalie King, and Assistant Pasifika Curator Ioana-Gordon Smith, to talk about bringing Yuki Kihara’s Paradise Camp to Venice.

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Sorawit Songsataya, Nature and State

09 July —
16 October 2022

Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Germany

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Zac Langdon-Pole, Lines of Flight

10 July —
06 November 2022

Centre International d'Art et du Paysage, Vassivière Island, France

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Anh Trần, 8th Biennial of Painting: The ‘t’ is Silent

26 June —
02 October 2022

Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Deurle, Belgium

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Amanda Newall, Sensitivity Training

20 May —
30 September 2022

Gabrovo Museum of Humor and Satire, Gabrovo, Bulgaria

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FAFSWAG at documenta15

18 June —
25 September 2022

documenta15, Kassel, Germany

Writing

HUM live from the 2022 Venice Biennale

By Contemporary HUM

24.04.2022

From 20 - 24 April 2022, HUM brings you live coverage, exclusive images and videos from the opening week of The Milk of Dreams, The 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, including Yuki Kihara's Paradise Camp for the New Zealand Pavilion. Stay tuned!

Writing

Betty Collings and 'To Begin, Again: A Prehistory of the Wex, 1968–89'

By Dan Munn

07.04.2022

Aotearoa artist and curator Betty Collings acted as Director of the Ohio State University’s Gallery of Fine Art from 1974 to 1980, amassing during that time a significant collection of then-contemporary artworks. With many of these works showcased at the recent exhibition To Begin, Again: A Prehistory of the Wex, 1968-89, Dan Munn looks back to Collings’ influence as a Director and her own, long-running artistic career.