Wednesday, 22 August 2012

On the radio

Today on Nine to Noon on National Radio (at about 11.45am, give or take a national emergency or a long-winded legal commentator) I'll be focusing just on the current Adam Art Gallery exhibition Peripheral Relations: Marcel Duchamp and New Zealand Art 1960-2011. Curated by Marcus Moore, the exhibition explores the connections between the 20th century’s greatest artist and New Zealand-born and based artists working in the past 50 years. (I've written briefly about the show before.)

And a few links:

A gallery of images on the RadioNZ site

The public programme calendar 

(Lovely) gallery of (outraged!) press coverage from the 1967 Sisler Collection touring exhibition, from Christchurch Art Gallery

Catalogue from the Sisler Collection exhibition, from Auckland Art Gallery (warning, PDF)

An article by Marcus Moore, explaining how the Duchamp works came to New Zealand

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