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ISBN: 1176-0540


In the summer 2022/23 issue of Bulletin renowned historian Vincent O’Malley explores our local connections with Parihaka and the nineteenth-century New Zealand Wars that are highlighted in Brett Graham: Tai Moana Tai Tangata. Melanie Oliver examines the ideas of consumer capitalism and demand behind our exhibition James Oram: By Spectral Hands. Ōhinehau Lyttelton writer Rebecca Nash offers a piece inspired by some of Turumeke Harrington’s themes of travel and immigration. Melanie Oliver looks some recent additions to the collection from photographic artists who worked to destabilise traditions and undermine patriarchal expectations. Novelist and art writer Thomasin Sleigh considers the life and work of Russian artist Natalia Goncharova. And curator Ken Hall does a deep dive into Father’s Tea –  a work by Elizabeth Graham Chalmers that the Gallery was recently given by the artist’s granddaughter. Our My Favourite comes from Roger Collins, who has chosen a work by Charles Meryon. And our Pagework comes from Ōtepoti Dunedin-based artist Madison Kelly.

Author: Various

Pages: 64

Dimensions: 265 x 215mm

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