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“In Motion”

STARKWHITE, Auckland

Rebecca Baumann & Brendan Van Hek, Untitled (detail), 2015.
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Claudia Arozqueta

“In Motion,” the group exhibition currently on view at Starkwhite, Auckland, is a continuous dance of colors, with works from four contemporary artists from Australia and New Zealand—Rebecca Baumann, Brendan Van Hek, Grant Stevens, and Alicia Frankovich—and two historical artists: the Hungarian-American artist László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946) and New Zealand-born Len... continue reading
View of Dan Arps, “Plastic Mouthfeel II,” Michael Lett, Auckland, 2015.
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Claudia Arozqueta

As its title suggests, “Plastic Mouthfeel II,” the latest exhibition from New Zealand artist Dan Arps, is a space full of viscous forms, loaded with colors and textures, that causes a constant sense of elastic deformation. Take, for example, Studio Units with Double Hamper (2015), a set of five white... continue reading
Daniel Malone’s “I&I”

HOPKINSON MOSSMAN, Auckland

View of Daniel Malone, “I&I,” Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland, 2015.
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Tara McDowell

Daniel Malone is not a painter, but his current show is full of paintings. And while it may be a solo exhibition, there are two artists in the room. The second is Colin McCahon—but more about him in a minute. Upon entering Hopkinson Mossman’s gorgeous, bright white gallery space, the... continue reading

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