PULL FOCUS WITH RACHEL HOPE PEARY

Our Pull Focus video series takes its lead from our print magazine feature of the same name. Here, we focus in on what makes a particular artwork WORK as art. We have done a special series as part of the Auckland Art Fair. Watch Briony Downes in conversation with Rachel Hope Peary about the artist’s work There is a sweet ease, 2020.

Rachel Hope Peary, There is a sweet ease, 2020. Cotton, cedar, acrylic, chalk and oil paste, 71 x 59 x 62cm. Courtesy: the artist and Laree Payne Gallery, Hamilton.

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