Visiting "home" for an extended holiday, Berlin-based artist Pete Wheeler and his family got caught up in New Zealand’s lockdown choosing to sit it out in Dunedin. He tells Rebecca Fox about...
Three works by elusive and controversial street artist Banksy are set to go up for auction in New Zealand next week.
After months of delays and unhappy surprises, Oamaru’s Forrester Gallery will open its doors this week. Rebecca Fox talks to Jane Macknight about the trials and tribulations of renovating a...
Dunedin artist Ayesha Green is delighted her work has been chosen to feature in the Octagon.
The Dunedin City Council has selected the winning proposal for a piece of public art in the Octagon.
The work of the late Paul Cullen, one of New Zealand’s most respected sculptors and installation artists, is, for the first time, being shown at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Rebecca Fox...
Christo, the Bulgarian-born artist best known for his temporary installations based on wrapping the exteriors of landmark buildings, bridges and outdoor spaces, has died at 84.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced more than $70 million for the arts sector, including an $18 million package to keep national museum Te Papa afloat.
Te Papa museum will begin reopening to the public from today.
People experienced a variety of feelings during the Covid-19 lockdown. A new exhibition puts those emotions and events into works of art, Rebecca Fox finds.
An attempt has been made to get redevelopment of Southland’s museum moving.
‘‘The Tears of Eros’’ is a remarkable exhibition focusing on the role of women, both as muses and painters, within the Surrealist movement.
Lockdown brought a Dunedin craftsman’s dream one step close, writes Bruce Munro.
A high-level group of Dunedin arts, cultural and events organisations says the city’s council venues are becoming unaffordable and too hard to access.