The Long Dream of Waking: New Perspectives on Len Lye

The Long Dream of Waking: New Perspectives on Len Lye

A collection of essays on Len Lye’s work. Edited by Paul Brobbel, Wystan Curnow and Roger Horrocks.

Softback with flaps, 240 x 170mm, 224 pages
Published in 2017 by Canterbury University Press in association with Govett-Brewster Art Gallery and the Len Lye Foundation.
ISBN: 978-1-927145-96-8

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The Critic's Part: Wystan Curnow Art Writings 1971–2013

The Critic's Part: Wystan Curnow Art Writings 1971–2013

Edited by Christina Barton and Robert Leonard with Thomasin Sleigh.

Winner of PANZ Book Design Awards, Best Non-Illustrated Book 2015

Hardback, 240mm x 170mm, 512pp
Published in 2014 by Adam Art Gallery Te Pataka Toi, Victoria University of Wellington, and the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, in association with Victoria University Press.

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Apparitions: the photograph and its image

Apparitions: the photograph and its image

Published in association with the exhibition Apparitions: the photograph and its image at the Adam Art Gallery in 2017. Edited by Geoffrey Batchen.

Softcover, 255 x 210 mm, 48pp.
Published 2017 by the Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University of Wellington with support of the Ronald Woolf Memorial Endowment.

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Shadowgraphs: Photographic Portraits by Len Lye

Shadowgraphs: Photographic Portraits by Len Lye

Published in association with the exhibition Shadowgraphs: Photographic Portraits by Len Lye at the Adam Art Gallery Te Pataka Toi in 2011. Edited by Geoffrey Batchen.

Softcover, Gilclear jacket, 255 x 210 mm, 40pp.
Published 2011 by the Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University of Wellington with support of the Ronald Woolf Memorial Endowment.

Adam Art Gallery Exhibitions

Adam Art Gallery Exhibitions

A selection of exhibition identities for the Adam Art Gallery Te Pataka Toi, Victoria University of Wellington

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Arts Forum Christchurch

Arts Forum Christchurch

Identity for Arts Forum Christchurch 2017, in collaboration with artist Julia Morison. Arts Forum is a quarterly forum about the current state of art in Christchurch. Six art innovators speak at each event for just three minutes on a feature topic. A Brown Bread initiative.