Critic goes ga ga for Noble

Reviewed: Justin Paton’s, Anne Noble: States of Grace, the accompaniment to Noble’s epoynmous recent exhibition. The book, “is the type of publication that makes people pat books in bookstores […] one finds oneself turning the pages slowly; absorbing and being absorbed by Noble’s still and resonant images.” Paton’s words, “seem to take the reader by the hand and lead them on a sensitive, and somehow very personal interpretation of the artist’s work to date.”


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Film Fest Director Marten Rabarts Adapts

Film Fest Director Marten Rabarts Adapts

Marten Rabarts, the globetrotting New Zealand film executive turned festival director reflects on a year spent grounded, watching whales from his home office and the formative influences of Wendy Palmer and…