Paul Cullen Archive, Digital r/p/m proposition #1: Planetarium

22 December 2022 —
22 December 2025

Eise Eisinga Planetarium, Franeker, the Netherlands and online


To Move Across a Window

By Francisco González Castro


Texas-based artist and writer Francisco González Castro was first introduced to the many-armed project Beberemos El Vino Nuevo, Juntos! / Let Us Drink the New Wine, Together!, co-created by artist and educator alys longley and featuring no less than 19 Aotearoa contributors, just as the pandemic was escalating internationally. Here, he considers the lessons it presented to audiences in Santiago in the summer of 2022, just as the distance that defined the collaborators’ interactions was once again traversable.


Paul Cullen Archive, Proposition #2: Octagon Room

31 January 2023 —
31 January 2025

Royal Observatory, Greenwich, UK and online


Francis Upritchard, The 7th Guangzhou Triennial: Symphony of All the Changes

10 January —
10 April 2023

Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China


Forever Fresh Talanoa Series 2.2

By Anne-Marie Te Whiu, Grace Iwashita-Taylor, Ioana Gordon-Smith, Lana Lopesi


Our second episode in this four-part talanoa series, produced in collaboration with In*ter*is*land Collective, sees Anne-Marie Te Whiu, Grace Iwashita-Taylor and Lana Lopesi discuss their recent writing initiatives, each focused on fostering the conditions that allow Indigenous writing to flourish. Written response by Aotearoa writer and curator Ioana Gordon-Smith.


Richard Frater, Off season

28 January —
23 April 2023

Kunstverein München, Munich, Germany


Robyn Kahukiwa, Kahurangiariki Smith in Sharjah Biennial 15: Thinking Historically in the Present

07 February —
11 June 2023

19 venues across 5 cities in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates


A Place You Didn’t Know That You Didn’t Know About

By Chloe Lane


Chloe Lane speaks to Aotearoa artist Imogen Taylor on finishing their six-month residency at The International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York City, discussing Taylor's newest body of work, what it's like to be a contemporary artist from Aotearoa in New York City, and what living with a ball python can teach you about fear.


Alicia Frankovich, Mein Körper, ein Korallenriff? / My Body, a Coral Reef?

28 January —
23 April 2023

Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany


Talia Smith, FLIGHT

21 January —
11 June 2023

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Casula, Australia


Virginia Leonard, Friends & Family 2023

07 January —
07 February 2023

Sow & Tailor, Los Angeles, USA


Brian Fuata, 'of a house besieged (preposition tweaked)'

27 January 2023 —
27 January 2025

The Kitchen Video Viewing Room, Online


Maddie Leach, The fountain: An art-technological-social drama

01 January 2021 —
01 January 2025

Lund Technical University, Lund, Sweden


Dane Mitchell, Gertrude Studio residency

01 February 2023 —
01 February 2025

Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, Australia


Anh Trần, Brave New World: 16 Painters for the 21st Century

28 January —
11 June 2023

Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle, the Netherlands


Stories of Becoming

By Harvey Bruce Milligan


Sitting at a bar assembled from upcycled materials in Taipei, Harvey Bruce Milligan reports from Aotearoa-based artist Xin Cheng’s contribution to IsLand Bar, an annual event in which artists are invited to construct a bar as a platform for performance. Addressing Cheng's use of re-purposed materials as a basis for creativity and connection, he explores the artist's consideration of a broad material ecology and her pursuit of connecting people to the lives of things in a wider project of "regenerative re-making". 


Ivan Lupi and Sara Cowdell, Not as simple as it sounds - Concerto

01 February —
11 February 2023

Testing Grounds, Melbourne, Australia


12 contemporary NZ jewellery artists, Handshake 7

04 December 2022 —
11 February 2023

Gallery Marzee, Nijmegen, the Netherlands


Simon Denny, I'll Be Your Mirror: Art and the Digital Screen

12 February —
30 April 2023

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas, USA


Yuki Kihara, Paradise Camp

24 March —
01 December 2023

Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia


Dr Kirsten Lyttle, TarraWarra Biennial 2023: ua usiusi faʻavaʻasavili

01 April —
16 July 2023

TarraWarra Museum of Art, Wurundjeri Country, Healesville, Australia


Wesley John Fourie, New Paradigms of Happiness, 28th Slavonian Biennale

15 December 2022 —
28 February 2023

Museum of Fine Arts, Osijek, Croatia


Sarah Rose, Plastic: Remaking our World

29 October 2022 —
05 February 2023

V&A Dundee, Dundee, Scotland


Richard Lewer, Lisa Reihana and Francis Upritchard, Sydney Modern Project

02 December 2022 —
02 December 2024

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia


James Robinson, Face-Down on the Earth

18 November 2022 —
24 February 2023

Nomadic Art Gallery, Ghent, Belgium


Brian Fuata at Singapore Biennale 2022

16 October 2022 —
19 March 2023

Tanjong Pagar Distripark and various locations, Singapore


A Time of Uncertainties – Remodelling Reality

By Zsófia Danka


Considering our altered experience of time in a moment marked by crisis, curator and art critic Zsófia Danka looks to Extended Present – Transitional Realities, a group exhibition at Budapest's Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art featuring Aotearoa New Zealand artist Dane Mitchell that explores notions of transience, the failure of modernity, and the possibility of change. 


Anh Trần, Is it morning for you yet?, 58th Carnegie International

24 September 2022 —
02 April 2023

Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, USA


HUM stands for NZ at Venice

Special feature

In light of the review of Aotearoa New Zealand’s ‘official’ presence at the Venice Biennale, HUM invited New Zealanders on- and off-shore who have visited or been involved in ‘New Zealand at Venice’ projects—as artists, pavilion attendants, exhibition installers or designers—to reflect on how involvement in (or experience of) our previous national pavilions have influenced their own careers, and the international profile of contemporary art from Aotearoa.


Still Alive

By Stuart Munro


For this year's Aichi Triennale, writer Stuart Munro takes a trip to some of its more isolated venues to see works by Aotearoa artists Nikau Hindin and Yuki Kihara. Visiting buildings of historical significance where the various parts of the exhibition are installed, Munro unravels the far-reaching connections of Hindin and Kihara's contributions to family, survival and place.