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One Foot After Another: A Response to Strands

Kassie Hartendorp takes us on a journey through Strands, an exhibition at The Dowse Art Museum where four Māori artists explore reconnection with their whenua.


Deep Cuts: A Response to A Short Run

Fans, dreamers, punks and ravers, this one's for you. Kerry Ann Lee revels in the history and design of the lathe-cut record in this fun response to A Short Run at The Dowse Art Museum.


Contemporary jewellery practice in Aotearoa has a rich history of exchange between Māori and Pākehā. Ana Iti responds to this in a review of Ngā Hokohoko at The Dowse.


Future Histories: A Review of Ā Mua

Ioana Gordon-Smith considers Ā Mua, on now at The Dowse, as the next chapter for Aotearoa craft makers.


Happy Birthday!

A sickly sweet 50th anniversary show at The Dowse delves into the depths of human depravity and obsession with that which should perhaps be left to rot.


Dedicated Disruptions

On the exhibition reprogramming the way we encounter and value contemporary art. Sinead Overbye reviews The Most Dedicated: An Aotearoa Graffiti Story.


The Return

Are they giants, or are we? Millie Riddell pays a visit to our 'Strange Friends' at The Dowse Art Museum: a familiar, odd, reflective and imaginative exhibition collating ten artists to explore the idea of the painted figure.


Depth Sounding

Poet-turned-critic Joanna Cho 조은선 responds to Suji Park’s exhibition Noise Collector at the Dowse Art Museum. Feat. playful ceramics, interwoven connections, and the clamour of kids.


Everything is Everywhere

Brook Konia on the exhibition Unhinged: Opening the Door to the Dowse Collection, which features and celebrates the diverse range of art pieces in The Dowse Art Museum collection.


Riding Imperfect Waves

Kerry Ann Lee sees the joy of everyday life and mother–daughter relationships in Claudia Kogachi’s exhibition There’s No I in Team at The Dowse.


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