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By Vangioni, Peter
Calling on the natural world around her for inspiration, Eileen Mayo's extraordinary skill with line, colour and composition made her one of Britain's foremost print artists in 1930s London, where she exhibited alongside the likes of Claude Flight, Sybil Andrews and Cyril Power. ...
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"Standing among Tony's installation of paintings and painted Coca Cola bottles precariously balanced on a shelf held up by a stick, I was a little freaked out. Tony, the art provocateur, had succeeded in provoking me." Welcome to the low-brow, high-art world of Tony de Lautour. W ...
By Vangioni, Peter; Dekkers, Dieuwertje; Introduction by Wilson, T. L. Rodney
Catalogue of the exhibition Van der Valden: Otira curated by Peter Vangioni at Christchurch Art Gallery, 11 Feb.-15 May 2011.
By Hotere, Ralph; Vangioni, Peter; Cassidy, Jillian; Introduction by Maguire, Marian
The first publication to look at Hotere's lithographs, with full colour images of every lithograph produced since 1984. Essays by Jillian Cassidy and Peter Vangioni and introduction by Marian Maguire. This publication accompanies the exhibition of the same name at Christchurch Ar ...
Carl Sydow was one of a bright new generation of New Zealand sculptors who came to the fore during the 1960s and 70s. Tomorrow Never Knows showcases his playful, up-tempo sculptures alongside suites of his op-inspired drawings.
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