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Lonnie Hutchinson


Qualifications

Bachelor of Design (3D), Unitec, NZ
Diploma of Education, Christchurch College of Education, NZ


Solo Exhibitions

2015

The Ballad of Tuhaitara, Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
Black Bird, Survey Show, the Gus Fisher Gallery, Auckland NZ
Black Bird, Survey Show, The Dowse Museum, Wellington. NZ
Black Bird: A Selection. Franklin Art Center, Pukekohe, Auckland NZ

2013
Good Grief, Bartley + Company, Wellington, NZ
Lanu Uliuli Pa’o! Black Noise, Corbans Estate Art Gallery, Auckland NZ
2012
Waiting for le Ma’oma’,  Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
2011
In My Own Time, Mangere Arts Centre, Auckland, NZ
2010Steel Paper Acrylic, Snow White Gallery, Unitec, Auckland, NZ
Before Sunrise, Artstation, Auckland NZ
2009My Mother, Jonathan Smart Gallery Christchurch, NZ
Can You See What I See, Mary Newton Gallery, Wellington, NZ
2008Beat the Feet, The Christchurch Cathedral,  SCAPE 2008 CHCH Biennial, NZ
Fish Eyes, MIC Toi Rerehiko (Moving Image Centre), Auckland, NZ
2007Black As, Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
Paper Scissors Rock, Ramp Gallery, Wintec, Hamilton, NZ
Under the Surface, Infinity Building, Wanaka, NZ
2006 Phantasmagoria, Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
Parallel Seductions, City Gallery Wellington, NZ
Paradise Lust, Mary Newton Gallery, Wellington, NZ
2005 This show is what I do, IMA, Brisbane, Australia
Red SQUARE2 City Gallery, Wellington, NZ
2004 Black Pearl, Jonathan Smart Gallery,Christchurch, NZ
2001 Catching the Fe'e, Hastings Exhibitions Centre, Napier, NZ
2000 Coconut Dreams, SoFA Gallery, University of Canterbury,NZ
1997 Can You See Me, QEII Square, Kartoun Place, Auckland,NZ
Waking up to my Samoan Spine, Aotea Centre, Auckland,NZ
1996 Cream, Unitec Performance Space, Auckland, NZ

 

Group Exhibitions

2015
Headland Sculpture on the Gulf, Waiheke Island, Auckland, NZ
2014
Voicing the Visible: feminist art from the University collection. The Gus Fisher Gallery, Auckland, NZ
Cross Hatching, Bartley & Company, Wellington, NZ
Essence, Waiheke Art Gallery, Waiheke Island, NZ
Sculpture on the Shore NZ, Devonport, Auckland, NZ 
2013
Off The Wall, Waiheke Art Gallery. Waiheke Is, Auckland
ROSEBANK, Rosebank Rd, Auckland Arts Festival
A Different Veiw: Artists Address Pornography. The Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland, Auckland
2012
Home AKL, Auckland Art Gallery. NZ
Return to Hawaikii, Vanya Taule’alo Gallery, Apia, Samoa
Tutootasi 50, Vanya Taule’alo Gallery, Apia, Samoa
Silk and Lace, Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin, NZ
2011
Niki Hasting McFall and Lonnie Hutchinson. RH Gallery, Woollaston Estate, Nelson
Handmade Pixels.Calder & Lawson Gallery, University of Waikato, Hamilton, NZ
roundabout,Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
Nui Warrior, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Sydney, Australia
Paperwork, Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
The Blue Room:13 Artists respond in a Psyhic Way, Pah Homestead Wallace Arts Trust, Auckland
Auckland Art Fair, Jonathan Smart Gallery, Auckland
Ka pu te ruha, ka hao te rangatahi, Mangere Arts Centre, Auckland, NZ
2010
Ainu and Kai Tahu, Otago Museum, Dunedin, NZ
Under, Lopdell House Gallery, Auckland, NZ
Unnerved: The New Zealand Project, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
Nui Pasifik – Urban Art from the Pacific Rim, C.N. Gorman Museum, University of California, Davis CA, USA
fragments, figments and frogs, Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
The Blue Room: 13 Artists Respond in a Psychic Way, Hastings City Art Gallery, NZ
2009
The Blue Room: 13 Artists respond in a Psychic Way, The Film Achive, Wellington, NZ
Inner Landscapes, SoFA Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
The Blue Room: 13 Artists Respond in a Psychic Way, Manawatu Gallery
Materiki Film Festival, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, NZ 
2008
Le Foulaga: The Past Coming Forward, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan
Contemporary Samoa, Tauranga Art Gallery, NZ
Contemporary Acquisitions, Christchurch Art Gallery, NZ
The Blue Room: 13 Artists Respond in a Psychic Way, Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin, NZ
Home Base, Mary Newton Gallery, Wellington, NZ
NZ Ngai Tahu 6, Gallery 33, Wanaka, NZ
Art Suitcase Project, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, NZ
Travelling Light, Christchurch Art Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
Contemporary Samoa, Sarjeant Gallery, Wanganui, NZ
Dateline Returns, Govett-Brewster, New Plymouth, NZ
Amazing Lace, Pataka Art Gallery, Pataka, NZ
Sacred Marks, Snow White Gallery, Design School, Unitec, NZ
Contemporary Samoa, Pataka, Porirua, NZ.
Dateline- Contemporary Art from the Pacific, Kiel City Gallery, Kiel, Germany
Anthony Summich Memorial Auction, Art & Object Gallery, Auckland, N
2007
Dateline- Contemporary Art from the Pacific, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (NBK), Berlin,Germany
News from Islands, Cambelltown Art Centre, Sydney, Australia
Face Value-Video Portraiture from the Pacific, Portrait Gallery, Wgtn, NZ
20 Years On, Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
The Living Art of Pacific Tattoo, MIA Gallery, Napier, NZ
Tarot, Museo dei Tarocchi, Riola, Italy
Maori Art Auction, Shona MacFarlane Gallery, Dunedin, NZ
Picturing the Peninsula, Christchurch Art Gallery, NZ
Norsewear Art Award, Hastings Exhibition Centre, Hastings, NZ
Eternal Thread,  Nga Puna O Waiwhetu - Christchurch Art Gallery, NZ
Le Folauga Auckland War Memorial Museum, Auckland, NZ
Restless, Movng Image Centre Auckland, NZ
2006 First Nations Womens Film Screening from New Zealand & Okanagan, The Alternator Gallery, Kelowna, BC. Canada
Triple Candy, Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
Crosscurrents, Judith Anderson Gallery, Hastings, NZ
TransVersa, South Project, Museo de Arte Contemporane, Galeria Metropolitana, Santiago, Chile
New Zealand Pavilion, Shanghai, China
Mo Tatou: Ngai Tahu Whanui, Museum of NZ Te Papa Tongarewa
Pacific Styles, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK
This is Not a Love Song, Art Station, Auckland, NZ
Learning from the Knee, Burrinja Gallery, Upwey, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Pacific Metaphors, The Lane Gallery, Auckland, NZ
inter-island, Waiheke Art Gallery, Auckland, NZ
2005 Qpacifica, Griffith University Gallery, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Letters to the Ancestors, Waikato Museum of Art, Hamilton, NZ
I.D.C. inter disciplinary collaboration, Christchurch Convention Centre, NZ
Activate, Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch,NZ
Eternal Thread, (touring USA) Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Salem, Oregon
Yerba Buena Centre for the Arts, San Francisco, California
Destinations, Methodist Church, Krd Fringe Festival, Auckland, NZ
Urban Art From the Pacific, du Chateau de Saint Auvent, France
Presence, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
Face Value: Video Portraiture from the Pacific, Ivan Dougerty Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
Museum of Brisbane, Australia.
Eternal Thread Toi Maori, Auckland Museum, NZ
Remember New Zealand, Artspace,Auckland, NZ
Pataka Pacifica, Pataka Gallery, Wellington, NZ
2004 Summer Season, Papergraphica Gallery, Christchurch,NZ
Craft is Love, Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch,NZ
National Drawing Awards, Artspace, Auckland, NZ
Physics Room, Christchurch, NZ
Permissions, The Lane Gallery, Auckland, NZ
The Wallace Art Award Finalist Show, Wallace Trust Gallery, Auckland,NZ
The Dowse Art Museum, Wellington,NZ
Home/Ground, SCAPE Art&Indutry Bienal, Christchurch Art Gallery,NZ
Nice Coloured Dolls, 24HR Art, Darwin,Australia
Remember New Zealand, Sao Paulo Bienal, Brazil
Out Of The Dark, WiseART Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
Telecom Prospect 2004, City Gallery, Wellington,NZ
Aoteroa Barbie, Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch, N.Z.
PUBLIC/PRIVATE: Tumata/Tumataiti, 2nd Auckland Triennial, Auckland Art Gallery, Gallery Toi O Tamaki, NZ
Niu Dialogue, The Edge, Aotea Centre, Auckland, NZ
The Eternal Thread, Toi Maori Pataka Gallery, Wellington, NZ
(touring Internationally: Rotorua Museum, Auckland Museum 2004-2007)
Whare, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide, Australia
IKA, and thanks for the Ika, Artspace, Auckland, NZ
Kahui, Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch, NZ
Sons and Daughters of Polynesia, Uxbridge Gallery, Auckland, NZ
2003 Lost and Found, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
Nii'kso'kowa: My Blood Relative, The Other Gallery, Banff Centre, Canada
IKA, and thanks for the IKA, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
Flaunt, Auckand Art Gallery, Auckland, NZ
The Loni and Roni Show, Physics Room, Christchurch, NZ
20:20 Sight Spacific, Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch, NZ (touring NZ 2003-2005)
Sacred Icon…Soiled Earth, Grantham Galleries, Auckland, NZ
Te Puawai O Ngai Tahu, The Christchurch Art Gallery, Christchurch, NZ
VaHine, The Lane Gallery, Auckland, NZ
2002 Dolly (w)rapper Mix, Waikato Museum of History and Art, Hamilton,NZ; Pataka Gallery, Wellington, NZ
Whare, Art & Industry Urban Arts Biennial, SoFa Gallery, Christchurch,NZ
Cross Currents, Lane Gallery, Auckland, NZ
Ole Malaga, Millenium Public Art Gallery, Blenheim, NZ
2001 Purangiaho - Seeing Clearly, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, NZ
Tautai International Sculpture Symposium, Auckland, NZ
Wahine Pacifica, Te Wa - The Space, Wanganui, NZ
Out of the Blue, Napier Museum, Hawkes Bay, NZ
2000 Biennale d'art Contemporain, Jean Paul Tjibaou Center, Noumea, New Caledonia
Island Crossings, Global Arts Link, Ipswitch, Brisbane, Australia
Measure This, Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch, NZ
1999: Hiko! New Energies in Maori Art, Robert Mc Dougall Art Annex, Christchurch, NZ

 

Collections

Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tamaki, NZ
Chartwell Trust, Auckland NZ
Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetu, NZ
Ping Private Collection
Queensland Art Gallery, Australia
National Gallery of Australia
The Banff Art Centre, Canada
The University of Auckland, NZ
The Dowse Art Museum,NZ
New Zealand High Commission, Washington, USA
Massey University, NZ
University of Canterbury
The Hocken Library, Otago University, Dunedin
Duncan Cotterill Law Offices, NZ
David Teplitsky Collection, Hong Kong
Private Collections
 

Public Art Commissions

2015 - ‘I Love you’,  ‘Aroha atu, aroha mai’  Day and Night Commission, Ronwood Ave, Manukau City, Auckland.
2014 - I Like Your Form, former site of the Crown Plaza Hotel, Christchurch. (Temporal) Funded by Creative New Zealand and Christchurch City Council.
2013 - All that you breathe, Victora University of Wellington, Wellington.
2012 - Te Waharoa ki te Ao mārama’,  Hamilton Lake, Hamilton, NZ. Mesh Commission
2011 - Honoa ki te Hono Tawhiti, Auckland Art Gallery, NZ.
2010 - Pouwhenua Billboard Project-Festival of Colour, Wānaka. NZ (Temporal)
2009 - Shangri La, Chews Lane Precinct, Wellington. NZ. Private commission
2008 - Art&Industry Biennial, Beat the Feet, Christchurch Cathedral, NZ. SCAPE Commission)
2008 - TV Spaceman for TVNZ, Peace Piece, Godley Head, Banks Peninsular, NZ. (Documentary)
2004 - Three, The University of Auckand, NZ.
2004 - Tautai, Billboard Queen St, Auckland Festival, NZ
 

Residencies

2012  Creative NZ Residency, Samoa
2007 - News from Islands, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sydney, Australia
2006 - Transversa' Museo de Arte Contemporane/South Project, Santiago, Chile
2003 - Communion and other Conversations, Banff Creative Centre for the Arts, Canada
2000 - Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Canterbury, CHCH

 

Awards

2014 - Creative NZ Grant
2013 - Creative NZ Grant
2012 - Creative NZ Grant
2011 - Winner, Small Sculpture Award, Waiheke Art Gallery, Auckland
2008 - Creative New Zealand Te Waka Toi Grant
2007 - Creative New Zealand Grant (new media)
2006 - Creative New Zealand Grant (promotion)
2005 - HitLab NZ Content Scholarship, University of Canterbury, NZ
2005 - Creative New Zealand Te Waka Toi Grant (new work)
2004 - Creative New Zealand Emerging Artist Award
2004 - Creative New Zealand Te Waka Toi Grant (new work)
2003 - Centre of Contemporary Art/Guthry Travel Award, CHCH, NZ
2003 - Creative NZ Grant (new work)
2000 - Macmillan Brown Scholarship, University of Canterbury, CHCH, NZ

 

Media

2012 - CTV, Andrew Paul Woods. Waiting for le Ma’oma’o, Jonathan Smart Gallery
2012 - Radio NZ, Morning Report, CNZ residency in Samoa
2012 - Māori TV, Te Kāea, Home AKL, Auckland Art Gallery
2011 - Radio NZ with Lynn Freeman, Pouwhenua project, Wanaka Festival
2008 - New Artland, TV 6, TVNZ, AROHA commission, 29 June
2008 - BFM Radio, interview with Imogen Neale, Jan
2008 - Radio NZ interview with Noelle McCarthy re ‘Fish Eyes, Jan
2007 - Radio NZ interview with Jim Mora re: ‘Restless exhibiton, March
2007 - Front Seat, 18 March 2007, TV1, TVNZ
2007 - Episode, 3 March 17 2007, TV1, TVNZ
2006 - Drum Beats, The role of Tautai, TV Two, Television NZ
2004 - The Arts Program, Kete Aronui, Artist Profile, Maori TV, NZ
2003 - TV One, News 6pm, ‘Sista7, Television NZ
2002 - Tagata Pasifika, Tautai International Sculpture Symposium, Television NZ
2001 - Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust, 10 Artists (video)
2003 - Arts with Mary Kissler, ‘Wikitoria’s Room, The National Programme (radio)
2000 - Arts Canterbury Program (interview) CTV, NZ

 

Selected Bibliography

2015
Linda Tyler, (editor) Lonnie Hurchinson: Black Bird. Artist Book.
Cassandra Fusco, takahe 84 April 2015. Images front and back cover, P 32 – 39.
Ane Tonga, An Upward Flight: The Art of Lonnie Hutchinson,  Art New Zealand 154/Winter. P 68 – 71.
Lana Lopesi, Lonnie Hutchinson’s Fish Eyes http://www.circuit.org.nz/blog/lonnie-hutchinsons-fish-eyes


2013
David Eggleton, Landfall 226, Heaven & Hell, Spring 2013. Portfolio. P 144 - 152
Beranard Makoare, The Toi o Tamaki Maori Dimension Experience. A Place For Art, Auckland Art Gallery. P 86-93`
Marcus Williams, Rosebank Rd. Auckland Festival (Catalogue)
Nicky Lobo, Habitus Magazine. Photo essay.
Linda Tyler, A different view; Atists address pornography. Auckland University (Catalogue)

2012
Maria Ifopo, Truckin’ with Samoan artists and Women in Business, Samoa Observer Aug 31
Erin Driessen, Stored and Restored: Layers of Collective Idenity. http://www.eyecontactsite.com/2012/05/stored-and-restored-layers-of-collective-identity
Ron Brownson, Home AKL, Auckland Art Gallery. (Catalogue)
Andrew Paul Woods, Public Art, Urbis Magazine. 

2011
Florence Noble, Grand Designs, Home NZ. Oct/Nov 2011. P 44
Karl Chitham, A Shifting View, Tautai Newsletter, December 2011.
Peter Dornauf , Examining Animation in Aoteroa. http://eyecontactsite.com/2011/10/examining-animation-in-aoteroa  
Arnaud Contreras, Radio France/ France Culture. http://www.franceculture.com  Interview.
John Daly-Peoples, Provocative comb wins sculpture award. The National Business Review. 16 September
Ngahiraka Mason,  Honoa ki te Hono, Auckland Art Gallery
Stephanie Oberg, In my own time.  Catalogue
Lonnie Hutchinson, Nga Korero Tataki-Leadership Converstions, Unitec Waitakere. Recorded 8 June

2010
Maud Page, A Space Between.  Unnerved: The New Zealand Project. Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia. Catalogue
Megan Tamati-Quennell, Black Star. Before Sunrise. Te Taumata Exhibition Series. Artstation, Auckland. NZ. Catalogue.   www.matarikifestival.org.nz
TJ McNamara, Colouful chaos, cool minimalism. Weekend Herald, July 3.
John Hurrell, Lonnie Hutchinson at Artstation. June 28.
http://eyecontactsite.com/2010/06/lonnie-hutchinson-at-artstation
Karl Chitham, Surface discussion. Under, Lopdell House Gallery. Catalogue

2009
Lonnie Hutchinson, ‘Beat the Feet’. Endnotes  research  publication. Department of Design and Visual Arts, Unitec, Auckland. NZ
Canterbury University Press, Inner Landscapes : 15 New Zealand Artists with Canterbury Connections
Justin Paton, Somewhere else, Inner Landscapes : 15 New Zealand Artists with Canterbury Connections
Warwick Brown, Seen this Century – 100 Contemporary New Zealand Artists. P 192 - 195
Danae Mossman, Fulya Erdemic, Megan Tamati Quinell, Wandering Lines – Towards a New Culture of Space, 2008 SCAPE Christchurch Biennial – publication
Christopher Moore, Not for the faint-hearted, The Press Christchurch , April 19
Andrew Paul Woods, In-your-face colour solidarity, The Press Christchurch, April 19

2008
TV Spaceman, New Artland, Episode 11, Peace Piece, TVNZ Ondemand www.tvnz.co.nz    
Ron Brownson, Le Folauga Catalogue
Megan Tamati Quinell, Te Ara a Tupuna , SCAPE08 Biennial Catalogue
Christopher Moore, Playing with site and scale, The Press, 10 Sept, Christchurch.
Nicole Edwards, Spinning the Yarn, Media and Interdisciplinary Arts Centre, Auckland, NZ,catalogue
Linda Herrick, Review: Fish Eyes, NZ Herald, 31 Jan
Helen Kedgley, Samoa Contemporary, Pataka Museum,NZ, catalogue
Diana Dekker, From the Heart, Dominion Post, Feb 23  
 
2007
Stephanie Oberg, Black As, Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch, essay
Rhana Davenport, Dateline: Art from the Pacific, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (NBK), Berlin,Germany, catalogue
Danae Mossman, News From Islands, Cambelltown Art Gallery, Sydney, Australia, catalogue
Aaron Seeto, News From Islands, Cambelltown Art Gallery, Sydney, Australia, catalogue
Abby Essa Hall, Paper Scissors Rock, Ramp Gallery, catalogue essay
Robin Pickens, Tahi Rua E Tolu, Gallery 33, Wanaka, catalogue
Philip Tremewan, Festival of Colour: Lake Wanaka. Catalogue
Felicity Milburn,Bulletin.148, Artist Profile,Christchurch Art Gallery, March-May 2007
Le Folauga, ‘Sista Girl’ Artnews New Zealand
Ron Brownson & Pandoro Fulimalo Pereira, ‘Le Folauga catalogue: www.lefolauga.co.nz
Lisa Reihana, ‘Restless’ The Moving Image Centre, Catalogue

2006
Artist Profile, Te Karaka magazine, Summer 2006-7, Te Runanga O Ngai Tahu 
Rebecca Rice,review: Paradise Lust, Parallel Seductions, Wet Black, Art New Zealand, #121, p.41
Lonnie Hutchinson, Red Hot in Chile, Artnews New Zealand, Summer p.90-91
Danae Mossman, TransVersa, Crossing South, catalogue
www.southproject.org/santiago/transversa 
Satellite, Shanghai, China, catalogue
Jonathan Smart, Phantasmagoria, catalogue
http://www.salient.org.nz/arts/visual-arts/shadows-and-whispers-2x2-contempory-projects/
Megan Tamati Quinnell, Mo Tatou: Ngai Tahu Whanui, Museum of NZ Te Papa Tongarewa, catalogue
Nova Paul, Bird Watching, Phantasmagoria, Jonathan Smart Gallery, catalogue
Emma Bugden, Any colour as long as its black, 2X2 Contemporary Projects, City Gallery, catalogue
Melbourne Age http://www.theage.com.au/news/arts/slaves-to-anticulture/2006/04/02/1143916408274.html
Akona ki nga rekereke Learning from the knee, Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, catalogue

2005
Jonathan Mane-Wheoki, He Kahui Whetu Hou,Art , Social Change: Contemporary Art and Art Museums in the Asia Pacific, Australian National University
Megan Tamati Quinnell, Making a Noise! Aboriginal Perspectives on Art, Art History, Critical Writing and Community. , The Banff International Curatorial Institute
Rhana Davenport, Face Value: Video Portraiture from the Pacific, IDG, Sydney, catalogue
Ngahiraka Mason, Face Value: Video Portraiture from the Pacific, IDG, Sydney, catalogue
Sue Gardiner, Art Notes, Art Australia Monthly #176
Pasifika Visual Arts: A resource for Teachers in Years 7-10, Ministry of Education, NZ
Nova Paul, Bird Watching ,4 Collaborative Projects, HITlabNZ, catalogue
Stephanie Oberg, L'Art urban du pacific, Diff'Art Pacific, catalogue
Megan Nicol Reed, Street Art, About Town, Sunday Star Times,NZ
Stephanie Oberg, This Show Is What I Do, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, catalogue
Patt Hoffe, Qpacifica, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, catalogue

2004
Tobias Berger, Remember New Zealand, Artspace, NZ, catalogue
Christopher Moore, Here's to Pacific creations, The Press, Christchurch
Ngahiraka Mason, Experiencing Place, Art Link, Australia
Nigel Borell, Permisions, the Lane Gallery, catalogue
Nigel Borell, Rites of Cultural Heritage, Tu Mai, Issue 58, p36-37
Margaret Duncan, Drawn from Ancestory, The Press,Christchurch, 6.10.04
Stephanie Oberg, Sista Girl, SCAPE Biennial 2004 catalogue
Christopher Moore Cultural streams, The Press,Christchurch, 25/08/04
Sally Blundell, Beyond the Valley of Dolls, NZ Listener, vol 194 2004
Telecom Prospect 2004,www.telecomprospect2004.org.nz.
Art & Industry Biennial: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Danielle O'Hallagan, All she wants is a mermaid barbie,Aoteroa Barbie catalogue,p32-33
Stephen Naylor, Public/Private Tumatanui/Tumataiti 2nd Auckland Triennial, Art Monthly Australia June 04 p16
Pandoro Fulimalo Pereira, Public Private Tumatanui Itiatamut, The Auckland 2nd Triennial, catalogue, p64-65
Ngahiraka Mason, When the haka became boogie, Paradise Now? Contemporary Art from the Pacific, catalogue, p52-53
Virginia Were, Back to the whenua, artist profile, Art News New Zealand, Winter 2004, p56-57
Margaret Duncan, Ngai Tahu rising stars, Art Reviews, The Press, Christchurch, 28/01/04

2003
Megan Tamati Quinnell, Getting Down with the Brown, The Loni and Roni Show, Physic Room 03 Catalogue
Sally Blundell, A kind of hush, New Zealand Listener, vol 189 2003, p50-1
Gina Irish, Te Puawai O Ngai Tahu, Art New Zealand, #108/Spring 2003, p54-5
Jess Johnson, Art in the Pacific in Christchurch, Presto, #66 2003, p21
Jonathan Mane-Wheoki, Felicity Milburn, Megan Tamati-Quennell, Te Puawai O Ngai Tahu, Christchurch Art Gallery, 2003, p54-7
Rosa Shiels, Allstars of Ngai Tahu, Arts, The Press, Christchurch, 06/08/03
Pandora Fulimalo Pereira, The Negotiation of Context, Art New Zealand, #107/Winter 2003, p52-5
Stephanie Oberg, The Loni and Roni Show, Physics Room, Christchurch, catalogue

2002
Deidre Brown, Affirming a Legacy, Purangiaho - Seeing Clearly, Art New Zealand #102/Spring, 2002, p46-9
Christopher Moor, A Whare of Images, Arts, The Press, Christchurch
Recent Acquisitions, Gallery News Quartely, Auckland Art Gallery
Catalogue:Dolly (w)rapper, The Waikato Museum of Art and History, Hamilton, NZ
Program: SCAPE, Art & Industry Urban Arts Biennial 2002, Christchurch, NZ
Robyn Peers, Cohesive Elegance, The Press, Christchurch,NZ
Deidre Brown, Whare, SCAPE Art & Industry Biennial 2002 Catalogue

2001
Christopher Moor, Art Beat, The Weekend Press, Christchurch
Whare: Mixture of Stories in Video Installation, The Christchurch Star 2001
Ngahiraka Mason, Ngarino Ellis, Purangiaho: Seeing Clearly, Auckland Art Gallery
Karen Stevenson; Contemporary Pacific Women: A Continuum from the Traditional. Rapa Nui Journal
Karen Stevenson, Island Crossings, Art in Asia Pacific, 2001, 30; 94-5

2000
Felicity Milburn, Galley Focuses on Emerging Artists, Arts, The Christchurch Star, 2000
Giles Pederson: Island Crossings, Global Arts Link, Brisbane, Catalogue
Tara Ross: Pacific Remedy, The Press, Christchurch
First Woman Awarded residency, The Press, Christchurch
Residence over impact remains The Christchurch Star
Karen Stevenson: Po Ma Te Ao: Pacific Artists Creating in a Space Between, Biennalle D'art Contemporain de Noumea. Catalogue
Anton Carter: Pacific Bound, Creative New Zealand

1999
Deidre Brown, Jonathan Mane-Wheoki: Hiko! New Energies in Maori Art, Robert Mc Dougall Art Gallery
Esther Venning: Modern Maori art vibrantly diverse, The Press, Christchurch
Dorothee Pauli, Hiko!, Art New Zealand, #92/Spring 1999, p42-3