OPINION: Warren Feeney takes a tram tour around the inner-city and is surprised by what he hears.
A new biography of Olivia Spencer Bower reveals how the artist's life and work were difficult to separate.
OPINION: Why the imminent re-opening of the Christchurch Art Gallery is cause for celebration
Allusions marks Kees Bruin's first Christchurch exhibition in almost a decade
Christchurch's windswept beaches source of inspiration for local artist
OPINION: What we've learned from The Mystery of the Red Moniker.
Christchurch Art Gallery director Jenny Harper reveals why she can't wait for next month's reopening
OPINION: Lisa Reihana's Venus represents both contemporary art and a closure on past ideas
A Christchurch street art festival is looking for building owners who want to turn their walls into works of art.
German artist Mischa Kuball reveals the inspiration behind his SCAPE project Solidarity Grid
Should our public galleries and museums charge an entry fee?
Tormented French artist had better days in Canterbury
OPINION: Why Christopher Moore is feeling a bit of a SCAPEgoat
Recent Works highlights revelatory nature of artist's craft.
Warren Feeney takes a trip down Christchurch's temporary public art walkway
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.