Lucinda Bennett

Based in: Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland, Aotearoa

Lucinda Bennett is a writer and editor based in Tāmaki Makaurau. She holds an MA (First Class) in Art History from The University of Auckland, where she was also part of the curatorial team at Window. In 2017, Lucinda was the CNZ Curatorial Intern in Contemporary Art at Dunedin Public Art Gallery. She has written for various galleries and publications, including Art New Zealand, Art + Australia, Public Art Dialogue, Bowerbank Ninow and by artist commission. Lucinda was previously Visual Arts Editor for The Pantograph Punch and continues to work with the platform as a Staff Writer.


Artist Profile: Aiko Robinson

With thick peachy penises and erect pink nipples, the intimate works of Aiko Robinson leave us longing.

New Directions: Russ Flatt

Artists who have recently taken their practice somewhere different.

Curator’s Radar: Imogen Taylor

A round up of artists who have recently attracted significant curator attention by way of commissions, acquisitions and inclusion in major public exhibitions.

Cool Hunter Predictions: Cora-Allan Lafaiki Twiss

We’re keeping an eye on these artists in the year ahead.
Christina Pataialii’

Next of Kin

An unconventional approach at Auckland Art Fair 2019 is an opportunity for collectors to discover talent already vetted by the inner sanctum of the art world.

Cool Hunter Predictions: Christina Pataialii

Christina Pataialii has a singular eye for colour and an unwavering confidence across a range of materials and styles.

What Next?: Salome Tanuvasa

Made within a strict set of environmental restraints dictated by her hectic schedule as a fulltime working mother and artist, Tanuvasa’s drawings are frank records of her immediate environment.

André Hemer: The Infinite Sky

Andre Hermer asks what it means to make an image in the digital age. His bold, intimate paintings are proof of the era’s material possibilities.

Hopkinson Mossman: Looking Out

A mix of originality, ambition and drive has catapulted this relatively young space to the top of the Aotearoa art scene.

Séraphine Pick: Virtual Humanity

New Zealand painter Séraphine Pick has been wielding her visceral medium to explore virtual technologies, transforming the fantastic into something tangible.