exhibition reviews.
March 28, 2022

Pasifika Showcase | Ellen Melville Centre

The Pasifika Showcase explored two ‘afakasi artists, Tai Nimo and Luca Walton, who mainly work with print and digital illustration. Luca Walton’s art captures strong Pasifika […]
March 28, 2022

An Arrangement for 5 Rooms | Yona Lee

Handrails are, generally, an invisible part of the spaces we visit. We only really notice them when they are absent, when we clutch at empty air […]
March 7, 2022

Raroboys & Friends Exhibition

The Pasifika art collective shaping the future and visual style of Tāmaki Makaurau South Auckland based collective ‘Raroboys’ has opened an exhibition at Māngere Arts Centre […]
March 1, 2022

Love and Loss

Auckland Museum will have you down bad “I remember…sitting myself down and giving my heart a stern talking to. It didn’t listen. It’s no good being […]
July 26, 2021

The Private Letter Becomes Public: The 1620 Collection

About the Exhibition The Private Letter Becomes Public: The 1620 Collection, focuses on personal interpretations of lea mu‘a (proverbs) and lea Faka-Tonga (Tongan language), which I […]
May 10, 2021

I Think You Like Me, But I’ve Been Wrong About These Things Before

The meta-installation I Think You Like Me, But I’ve Been Wrong About These Things Before at Artspace Aotearoa on Karangahape Road is the first major solo […]
May 7, 2021

Van Gogh Alive

The new big thing in town has just arrived at the Spark Arena. The Van Gogh Alive exhibition is here offering an “immersive” experience that is […]
March 15, 2021

Happiness is Only Real When Shared: Capitalist Critique on Shortland St

“Down the rabbit hole.” That was my first impression of the contemporary art exhibition, happiness is only real when shared at Gus Fisher Gallery. Upon entry, […]