This is the third exhibition in the series showcasing the New Zealand landscape and the people who inhabit it.
The accompanying catalogue to the forthcoming exhibition ‘Frances Hodgkins: A New Zealand Mo…
Frances Hodgkins European Journeys by Mary Kisler and Catherine Hammond. New Zealand-born Frances
When Frances Hodgkins, our most celebrated artist, first left New Zealand in 1901, location became a key factor in her determination to succeed as an artist. In this engaging book, curator Mary Kisler follows in Hodgkins’ footsteps through England, France, Italy, Morocco, Spain and Wales to discover the locations in which Hodgkins constantly pushed her exploration of modernism. Warm, insightful, fresh, expert and richly illustrated, this handsome book sheds new light on Hodgkins’ life, art and social milieu.
This is the first ever monograph on the work of the British artist John Blackburn.
Margaret Lovell is an award-winning sculptor and a Fellow of the Royal British Society of Sculptors. She is also a Member of the Royal West of England Academy, and in 2012 was awarded an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters by the University of Leicester. Lovell trained at the Slade School of Art in London and the Academy of Fine Art in Florence.
‘A Bronze Affair, Ken Kendall in his own words’ chronicles the life and art of iconic Kiwi Sculptor Ken Kendall…
The biography explores the past 10 decades of the artist’s career, from his childhood in New Zealand, through his long and colourful painting career in France. The art, relationships, travel, and philosophies of a truly charismatic expatriate New Zealand painter.