A major new book showcasing the best of New Zealand’s national art collection, from the iconic to the little-known.
The complete life and work of Brian Brake, New Zealand’s best-known photographer, has at last been encapsulated in one stunning book.
An inside look at the art of the world's biggest entertainment and creative industry, and the extraordinary creators of four decades of videogames.
Majestically beautiful, remote and rugged, the High Country of New Zealand is central to the country’s history and identity. This visually stunning new book documents and celebrates the land, its people and their way of life through the changing seasons.
Profiles the recent work and ongoing career of artist 'Queen of Kitsch' Judy Darragh.
This stunning book uses colour reproductions and essays from New Zealand’s top curators, to take the reader on a lively tour of Te Papa’s best-loved artworks.
Forget old-fashioned colouring books!Let the world of New Zealand art unleash your children’s imaginations. Lateral thinking and creativity truly blossom when combined with robust technical skills – and this book delivers!
A big, beautifully-designed book profiling 25 top New Zealand fashion designers from the past 30 years. Lavishly illustrated with over 500 stunning photographs, and featuring insights into the designers’ own archives and private collections.
This beautiful book takes a fresh look at the wealth of art from the Pacific – from simple to ornate, domestic to sacred, traditional to contemporary.
Essential reading for all those interested in the contemporary arts of both New Zealand and the Pacific.
The first biography of this significant and much-loved New Zealand artist.
A major new catalogue to accompany the Te Papa exhibition and mark the centenary of Rita Angus’s birth.
An intimate first-person portrayal of the early life of the New Zealand landscape artist.
A breakthrough art book, ten artists of Pacific Island descent talk candidly about their lives and work.
Fascinating profiles of more than 20 Māori artists working in various media.
Taiāwhio: Conversations with Contemporary Māori artists has proven invaluable to art lovers, students, teachers and those with a passion for New Zealand art. This new volume profiles a fresh range of contemporary Māori artists.
The revealing letters of a great New Zealand landscape artist – riveting to read and generously illustrated. Title out of print.
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