Resistance alive and well on K’Rd
Three NZ artists, with dazzling variety, are resisting the modern age’s urge to commodify the human experience.
Putting Pasifika characters front and centre
Playwright Victor Rodger discusses the representation of Samoan actors and characters and his desire to resist the norm.
Novelist Tanya Moir’s double life
Award-winning author Tanya Moir recently outed herself as romance writer Holly Ford.
Aotearoa takes a gorgeous photo
Laurence Aberhart and Mark Adams have pursued the discovery of NZ as an idea and a reality since the 1970s.
The passion and pain of making music
The NZ Music Foundation’s GM describes how vulnerability is both beneficial and dangerous for musical artists.
A canvas like no other
Michelle Langstone meets the New Zealander whose artistic vision will light up the Sydney Opera House.
Peryer in it for the long haul
Peter Peryer’s latest exhibition reveals a master of photography who shows no signs of losing his touch.
Tate exhibition exposes breathtaking art
Hamish Coney says The Body Laid Bare, now at Auckland Art Gallery, is a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition.