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Rosemarie Trockel

Catalogue produced to accompany the large solo institutional exhibition of German artist Rosemarie Trockel at Wellington’s City Gallery, in New Zealand, 1993. Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white images, the catalogue reproduces all the sculptural, drawing, painting, video, wool, photography, collage works presented in the expansive exhibition, along with installation photography, a list of works, exhibition history, biography and accompanying texts by Jutta Koether, Gregory Burke, Robyn Gardner (all in English and German).

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John Nixon
EP+OW

Catalogue for the 1997 exhibtion at City Gallery, Wellington & Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin

John Nixon is an Australian artist born in 1949, his Experimental Painting Workshop EPW – founded in 1990 – is not a physical workshop but an intellectual as well as a practical visual investigation into non-representational painting.

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Simon Starling
In Speculum

Publication produced on the occasion of the traveling exhibition “Simon Starling: In Speculum“, Monash University Museum of Art, Victoria: 18 July – 21 September 2013; Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane: 5 October – 30 November 2013; City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi: 22 February – 18 May 2014.

Catalogue features new texts by Justin Clemens, Robert Leonard, and Richard Gillespie.

Marked by epic journeys and explorative narratives, Simon Starling’s work investigates the social, cultural and material implications of object-making. His ongoing excavation and transformation of the material world takes the form of associational assemblages that incorporate film, photography and sculptural forms, revealing rich, unexpected and complex histories.

The first career survey of the Turner Prize-winning artist’s work in Australasia, Simon Starling: In Speculum, brings together a major new commission and key works from the artist’s oeuvre that focus particularly on the site of the studio and workshop, and relationships between art, technology, history and modernity. This aspect of Starling’s research-based practice reflects the form and process of manufacture in both structure and concept.

An artist who often works site-specifically and in response to local geographies, Starling has developed a new work for In Speculum that engages the Great Melbourne Telescope (1868-69). Currently under restoration at Museum Victoria, the telescope was one of the largest in the world at the time of its production in the 19th century. Starling’s new project continues his interest in early scientific exploration and astronomy.

Simon Starling: In Speculum is a joint project by Monash University Museum of Art, the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, and City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi.

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