COCA to reopen February 2016
The Karamea Venus revealed
The Centre of Contemporary Art has delayed its reopening by four months after discovering more work is needed on its Christchurch building.
Contemporary Chinese art - subversive, edgy and disturbing
A statue designed by British sculptor Sir Antony Gormley has been installed in Christchurch.
FoNZA opens new doors for Kiwi artists
OPINION: Creed's Alright - art's equivalent of a Keep Calm and Carry On mug
A new generation of artists are drawing on their childhood loves to make collectable works
A witty and defiant message of hope will gleam across central Christchurch in blazing neon letters more than a metre tall.
Lisa Wilkins-Pirika wanted to show her late father the World Art Games in Slovakia, so she made his glass eye into a bracelet.
OPINION: Buying art for a city severely deprived of beauty is not a waste of public money.
Mirror Magic at the Canterbury Museum these school holidays
In looking back at its past, Ashburton Art Gallery is firmly focused on a bright future
Printmaker fascinated by the curious and ominous
When Charles Luney was interviewed in 2003, the master builder had no idea disaster would befall his creations.
Sydney Contemporary International Art Fair beckons for Christchurch printmaker
New Brighton faces form the basis of a beachy quiz
Steve Fullmer, John Parker and Rick Rudd are senior New Zealand potters and between the three of them, have been exhibiting their work for more than 120 years to critical respect and acclaim.
Self-expression informs the work of one of New Zealand's most influential contemporary jewellers, Lisa Walker.
Bruce Russell, manager of CPIT’s Art and Design School, talks about the school's priorities and initiatives.
A scale-model house upended and balanced like a diamond on the edge on a plinth at the Ilam Campus Gallery.
When the Christchurch Art Gallery reopens this summer, the exhibition In the vast emptiness will put the spotlight on 20th century Canterbury landscape painting.
The population shift to North Canterbury post-quakes has led to an arts boom in the region.
New Zealand filmmaker pays tribute to history-making Christchurch tai chi master.
The planned end-of-year reopening of the Christchurch Art Gallery may have to be delayed
In February a T-shirt on display at Canterbury Museum shocked not only Christchurch but the band behind it.
It started with a photograph posted on a website and ended in a media frenzy, a piece of living street theatre and condemnation from the Mayor of New York.
My trusty Oxford Dictionary defines aggregate as "a collection of, or total of, disparate elements; a mass of minerals formed into solid rock". Hardly inspirational but the sculpture students at the University of Canterbury's School of Fine Arts, Ilam, are an inventive crew. They have taken a prosaic word, shaken it vigorously, turned it upside down and distilled it into their annual Christchurch exhibition.
Continuing our series about works in the Christchurch Art Gallery collection, today we look at a work by Tony Oursler.
Aiko Robinson admits that it may take the viewer a moment to identify the sexual imagery within her work.