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Edition 1 of Art Toi includes long and short-form articles about current and future exhibitions at Auckland Art Gallery, including Civilisation, Photography, Now, Enchanted Worlds: Hokusai, Hiroshige and the Art of Edo Japan and the Walters Prize. Texts discussing acquisition and collection highlights provide insight into the Gallery’s extensive holdings and commentary on Covid-19’s effect on the museum sector signposts innovative responses to this unprecedented event.
Edition 2 includes contributions and articles from Gallery staff and guest writers on our major new exhibition, Toi Tū Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art, recent acquisitions of international art, pictorial journeys into New Zealand’s singular landscape and our supporters.
Edition 3 of Art Toi includes articles that honour the work of queer artists – contemporary and historic, New Zealand and international, profiles upcoming projects, and takes you behind the scenes at the Gallery as we prepare to launch our virtual reality tour of Toi Tū Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art.
Edition 4 in this issue of Art Toi read about Reuben Paterson’s soaring new sculpture on the Gallery’s forecourt, learn about the careful observation that drove Bill Culbert’s art making, and take a tour of Romancing the Collection, a new exhibition drawn from our holdings of New Zealand and international, historic, modern and contemporary art. Buy your copy at the Gallery shop or subscribe via the shop’s website.
Edition 5 lets us discover what drove Mary Quant’s revolutionary fashion design and the effect her creative vision had on society in the United Kingdom and here in Aotearoa New Zealand. Enjoy a sample of photographs from the exhibition Max Oettli: Visible Evidence 1965–1975 with accompanying comments by the artist, and venture into the ‘clown time’ of Ugo Rondinone, whose major installation vocabulary of solitude fills the Gallery’s soaring North Atrium. This issue also includes the winning essay of the inaugural Michèle Whitecliffe Art Writing Prize and, as we look outside our shores, a discussion of the timely exhibition A Biography of Daphne at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Melbourne.
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