New York


Susan Te Kahurangi King, Playdate

05 September —
07 October 2023

Ruttkowski;68, New York, USA


Emma McIntyre, An echo, a stain

21 September —
28 October 2023

David Zwirner, New York, USA


Brit Bunkley, New Realism / Altered Reality

16 August —
24 September 2023

Gallery 23 NY, New York City, USA


Li-Ming Hu, If Work

04 August —
19 August 2023

anonymous gallery, New York, USA


Alexa Wilson, ALIEN

18 August 2023

CPR - Center for Performance Research, New York, USA


Ann Shelton, The First Ten Years

06 July —
18 August 2023

Denny Dimin Gallery, New York, USA


Pelenakeke Brown, Downbeat: Denniston Hill

13 July —
18 August 2023

Marian Goodman Gallery, New York, USA


The Octopus Against a Sharp White Background

By Amit Noy


Writer and choreographer Amit Noy reviews Atamira Dance Company’s performance of Te Wheke in the Lenape territory of New York City, and finds a work enlivened by indelible performances and critical Indigenous inquiry.


Atamira Dance Company, Te Wheke international tour

21 March —
14 April 2023

Hawai'i, New York City and San Diego, USA


André Hemer, Troposphere

11 May —
24 June 2023

Hollis Taggart, New York City, USA


Anh Trần, Some Landscapes

10 March —
04 May 2023

Bortolami, New York, USA


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.


Li-Ming Hu, ISCP residency

01 October —
30 November 2022

ISCP, New York, USA


Kate Newby, We are such stuff

07 September —
22 October 2022

Laurel Gitlen Gallery, New York, USA


Ann Shelton, i am an old phenomenon

04 November —
22 December 2022

Denny Dinim, New York, USA


Li-Ming Hu, Double Foreign New Zealand Chinese Kitchen

22 October —
30 October 2022

Flux Factory, Governors Island, USA


Imogen Taylor, ISCP residency

01 July —
30 September 2022

ISCP, New York, USA


Sara Cowdell, 'Houses of Madness' A performance art work

02 July —
03 July 2022

Grace Exhibition Space Upstate, Kingston, New York, USA


Garth Maxwell, 'Jack Be Nimble' film screening in 'Horror: Messaging the Monstrous'

12 July —
13 July 2022

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, United States


A painter’s painter

By Clare Gemima


Aotearoa artist Christina Pataialii features in the fifth New Museum Triennial, one of the world’s leading exhibitions for emerging artists. New York-based writer Clare Gemima visits the exhibition and reflects on Pataialii’s rule-breaking approach to painting technique, and the artist’s search for a language for her family history, identity and the cultural “in-between”.


Ann Shelton’s Strange Flowers Set the Stage

By Katie White


Inspired by ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arrangement, Ann Shelton's photographs subtly recall both ancient and contemporary female archetypes and the subversive histories of natural medicine - a sharp reminder of our forgotten affinities with nature in the current moment of climate crisis and the ongoing politicisation of female bodies.


Listening Like Breathing

By Ron Hanson


Although an influential figure in the development of sound art, New York-based Annea Lockwood hasn't experienced the same level of exposure in New Zealand as she has experienced internationally. In this piece, White Fungus' editor Ron Hanson outlines his journey discovering Lockwood's work and speaks to the artist about her impressive career and pivotal developments in her field.


Making Art in the time of COVID-19

By Chloe Lane


Two US-based New Zealand artists - Amy Howden-Chapman in New York and Emma McIntyre in Los Angeles - share their experience of the Covid-19 lockdown, how it has impacted their practice and everyday life, and discuss the possible ecological outcomes of the lockdown, including the shifting of art practices to the online world.


Susan Te Kahurangi King and Jess Johnson, Axotol Tank

25 March —
22 April 2022

Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, USA


Alexa Wilson, Mothership residency

01 July —
01 August 2022

Mothership, New York, USA


Jess Johnson, Core Dump

25 March —
23 April 2022

Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, USA


Susan Te Kahurangi King, Multitudes

21 January —
05 September 2022

American Folk Art Museum, New York, USA


Natasha Wright, Leaving the Body

02 August —
05 November 2021

The Yard City Hall Park, New York, USA


Simon Denny, Hiding in Plain Sight

14 July —
20 August 2021

Pace Gallery, New York, U.S.A.