By Paton, Justin
My painting tells you where I am at any given time, where I am living and the direction I am pointing in. This soulful, accessible, engaging book, written by Justin Paton, takes readers on a journey through the landscape of Aotearoa as McCahon saw it and painted it - McCahon's Ne...w Zealand. From Muriwai to Nelson, Otago to Canterbury, and many more places in between, Paton presents a generous selection of more than 175 of McCahon's great paintings of our country, including iconic and beloved works, those seldom seen and some never published before. Paton has been described as 'a master of accessible art' who is 'brilliant' at 'making art accessible to everyone' (SMH) - and this book is no exception. Proudly published for the 100th anniversary of Colin McCahon's birth in association with Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki.Read more
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Justin Paton is one of New Zealand's most respected writers and has been described as 'brilliant' and a 'master of accessible art.' (Sydney Morning Herald). The author of dozens of books, including the bestselling winner of the 2006 Montana New Zealand Book Award, How to Look at A Painting, he presented the popular TV series of the same name. Currently the Head of International Art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Justin has held top curatorial positions at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery and Christchurch Art Gallery and was the curator of New Zealand's official presentation by Bill Culbert at the 2013 Venice Biennale. He was the editor of Landfall and the Katherine Mansfield Menton Fellow in 2012. He lives in Sydney, Australia, but returns to New Zealand frequently.
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