Review | A retrospective exhibition on British artist David Hockney’s work, celebrating his 80th birthday, is currently showing in Paris.
News | Objectspace gallery, which aims to be New Zealand’s new home of design and architecture, officially opened on Friday 28 July.
People | Sharon Stephenson talked to Wellington illustrator Hannah Webster about her passion for capturing New Zealand forests.
People | French artist Anne-Sophie Adelys produces colourful figurative paintings that reconstruct life’s forgotten moments and people.
People | Inspired by interior design and home renovation; Charlotte Drayton is taking over Christchurch’s Physics Room art gallery.
Review | Colin Martin explores London’s latest arty architectural offering, the £260m Tate Modern extension by Herzog & de Meuron.
Review | Rufus Knight checks out Objectspace’s three-day National Craft, Applied Art and Design Symposium, which took place in August.
People | Kiwi artist Jillian Whitmore makes translucent watercolours with layers and forms that depict transformative cityscapes.
Practice | Brendan Cormier and Dr Danielle Thom explore the history and future of the controversial practice of the copy.
Review | More than a pure receptacle for creativity, art museum architecture is often as much food for thought as the artworks inside.
Practice | The sketches of Arnika Blount from Jasmax and Harry Street of Creative Spaces finish up our Grand Tour summer series.
Practice | The artworks of Sir Miles Warren, David Mitchell and Julie Stout feature in our fifth Grand Tour summer series.
Practice | For the fourth Grand Tour summer series, we showcase the sketches of architects Jasper van der Lingen and Gordon Moller.
Practice | Beautiful works by Pete Bossley and Richard Harris are the focus of the third installation of our Grand Tour summer series.
Practice | A weekly series celebrating Kiwi architect and designers’ drawings from abroad. Edwin Elliott and Erica Kenny are up second.