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Edited by Curnow, Wystan
The lost issue of Splash magazine, an iconic art and poetry publication of the 1980s.
Four issues of Splash magazine were published in the 1980s, by academics and poets Wystan Curnow, Roger Horrocks, Tony Green and Judi Stout. A 5th issue, with a special focus on performance ...art group From Scratch, was prepared but never printed.
31 years later, Small Bore Books has worked with Wystan Curnow and From Scratch to publish the lost issue. Comes with a contemporary insert by Te Uru to bring the story on From Scratch up to the present day.Read more
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Edited by Cann, Tyler; Curnow, Wystan
This tribute to one of New Zealand's most internationally acclaimed artists is the most comprehensive visual presentation of Lye's art to date. Over 1,000 new photographs were created and hundreds of them selected for this image-rich publication, presenting the full range of Lye'...s work.Read more
By Curnow, Wystan; Edited by Barton, Christina; Leonard, Robert; With Sleigh, Thomasin
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Recognised internationally as one of the 20th century's great modernist innovators, Len Lye is most famous for his avant-garde experimental films and astonishing and playful kinetic sculptures. This timely and richly illustrated collection of essays considers Lye's place in moder...n art from a variety of fascinating and thought-provoking angles.Read more
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Edited by Barton, Christina; Bywater, Jonathan; Curnow, Wystan
NOW SHOWING tells the inspiring story of New Zealand's contemporary art museum founded as the result of a visionary act of patronage by Monica Brewster in 1962, which opened to the people of New Zealand in 1970.
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