Nixon Park

Nixon Park
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The bowly cement patch, you can see from Google Earth, in Nixon Park in Auckland, is every kid daily Skatepark. Went there, shot some action... Check it out!

Naturals

Naturals
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Naturals is a new work By Rokma shot in Thailand some time ago. Some say there is God guiding children. Surely they do express this ice cream moment beautifu...

Skin Works

Skin Works
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Skin Works is a series of fine-art black-and-white prints by Rokma. While your summer might look pink, you can feel black and white. Shades of grey smoothly ...

Early Works

Early Works
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Early Works is a new black and white work by Rokma. It focuses ephemerally on modern living, its physical and mental spaces, the uncertainties of present tim...

Herb Foley at Warwick Henderson

Herb Foley at Warwick Henderson
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Warwick Henderson Gallery specialises in contemporary and 20th century New Zealand Art. They represent many prominent New Zealand artists and have staged ove...

Jack Trolove at Whitespace

Jack Trolove at Whitespace
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Jack Trolove s practice, spans 20 years of working with the body, as political site and poetic substance. For many years he created articulate work using mov...

Christopher Ulutupu at Enjoy

Christopher Ulutupu at Enjoy
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Established in June 2000 as an artist-run initiative, Enjoy Public Art Gallery is a leading independent contemporary art space located in Te Whanganui-a-Tara...

Traditional Maori Art

Traditional Maori Art
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Te Papas vision for the future is to change hearts, minds, and lives being a forum for the nation to present, explore, and preserve the heritage of its cultu...

Ellwood at Melanie Roger

Ellwood at Melanie Roger
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Melanie Roger works with and represents some of New Zealand's most exciting artists, newcomers and established, across all mediums. They run a changing exhib...

Billy Apple at Mokopopaki

Billy Apple at Mokopopaki
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Mokopopaki, the smallest gallery in the city, is showing work by the artist with the largest reputation. Billy Apple has registered his name as a trademark b...

Gretchen Albrecht at Two Rooms

Gretchen Albrecht at Two Rooms
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Two Rooms, is a contemporary art gallery located in a converted warehouse in Central Auckland. When we visited, Gretchen Albrecht latest work,"Between gestur...

Stephen Bambury at Trish Clark

Stephen Bambury at Trish Clark
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Now splitting his time between New Zealand and Europe, Stephen Bambury presents a solo exhibition of new works that incorporate his thinking and material app...

Matthew Brownie at Orexart

Matthew Brownie at Orexart
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Orexart has been exhibiting emerging, mid-career and established artists from New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific since 1990. The gallery's mission is to ...

Ani O'Neill at Starkwhite

Ani O'Neill at Starkwhite
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Located on Auckland’s Karangahape Road, Starkwhite offers a programme of solo and group shows by represented and guest artists, along with independently cura...

Don Chooi at Studio One

Don Chooi at Studio One
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Studio One Toi Tū offers more ways for Aucklanders to meet and share ideas, skills and practices, with each other and visitors. Now showing Ego Morpheus, a c...

Marti Friedlander at FHE Galleries

Marti Friedlander at FHE Galleries
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In the panorama of the Auckland art scene FHE galleries definitely sticks out. Perfect attention for detail and an excellent presentational refinement are th...

Bob Kerr at Whitespace

Bob Kerr at Whitespace
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Whitespace located in Auckland, Ponsonby is currently showing Bob Kerr. Directors Deborah White and Kenneth Johnson represent many of New Zealand’s senior ar...

Christina Pataialii at Tim Melville

Christina Pataialii at Tim Melville
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Auckland gallery Tim Melville is currently presenting On the Lam, Christina Pataialii’s first exhibition with them. In this suite of a dozen paintings in acr...

Auckland Art Gallery

Auckland Art Gallery
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Auckland Art Gallery, Toi o Tāmaki, is New Zealand’s largest and most inspiring visual arts experience. Four floors of exhibitions, right in the heart of Auc...

Before the silence

Before the silence
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The excitement of the Ogoh-ogoh night is going to stick into your mind for the whole day of silence that follows.

Aqua Sunday

Aqua Sunday
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Perception is what reality reflects. What we know about the world has come to us bouncing his way into our senses.

Art is a selfie background

Art is a selfie background
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Art, formerly considered an high end cultural extravaganza, is now entering a new perception phase. Forget the eye opening art-critic comment, the interview ...

Products are people

Products are people
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Products are people and they're looking at me. – Anthropomorphism, the innate human tendency to attribute human or human-like characteristics, motives and be...

Burning trash

Burning trash
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I had always thought that's just the poor people who clean their yard by burning the rubbish, but I had to change my mind. I spoke recently with a rich kid f...

Gili Day

Gili Day
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Gili means island. Near Lombok, in East Indonesia, there are 3 small islands on the the Wallace Line channel, called Gilis in short. No car nor motorbikes. D...

Don’t believe in beliefs

Don’t believe in beliefs
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Don’t believe in beliefs. When mystery presents itself people want answers. And when there are none, they cling to beliefs. As the function of a belief is to...

Perception deceives us

Perception deceives us
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Our perception deceives us. We awake in the morning feeling still, as we look out the window to see a tiny looking sun rising in the sky. We walk outside and...

Treasures of Meaning

Treasures of Meaning
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The concept of meaning starts with emptiness. It is like an empty bowl. You may fill an empty bowl with whatever you may wish – whether it be rice, fruit or ...

Eat Cartoons

Eat Cartoons
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What’s triggering our food choices? It’s imagination for sure. We imagine the taste, the feeling, the effect of the food we are about to put in our mouth. Bu...

Bali Chinese rooster

Bali Chinese rooster
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The year of the Rooster just started with the traditional festivities that the Balinese Chinese community celebrate with lots of incenses and the Barongsai d...

Women, flowers and dances

Women, flowers and dances
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An head full of flowers carefully prepared in the shape of an headdress.

An Atlas of Mirrors

An Atlas of Mirrors
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Part of Singapore Biennale 2016, An Atlas of Mirrors presents contemporary artworks by more than 60 artists and art collectives from Southeast Asia, and East...

Dead coral

Dead coral
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An amazing variety of forms and shapes washed ashore during high tides. Once alive and full of colors, when dead corals slowly turn to white.

Good luck, bad luck...

Good luck, bad luck...
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Welcoming the Year of the Horse 2014 the Lunar New Year celebration in Singapore is a whole array of events. In Chinatown 88 illuminated lantern sculptures o...

Snaking into Milano China

Snaking into Milano China
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2013 Snake year celebration parade is being held in Milano Chinatown. Clean winter sky, a warm shy sun to celebrate cultural identity with ease.

Urban green need

Urban green need
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The urban need for improved life quality is a driving energy in every big metropolis. Check how good are Bangkok people in painting their everyday life livel...

Songkran 2555, Water Morning

Songkran 2555, Water Morning
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Songkran is the traditional New Year’s Day in Thailand. It is a time for spiritual cleansing and renewal. Typically the day starts with a visit to the ...

Hong Kong Dragons

Hong Kong Dragons
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2012 year of the Dragon. Here is a visual journey of the new year's celebrations in Hongkong. A big Parade and massive fireworks which is hard to miss.

Royal Iconography

Royal Iconography
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Many Thai people sincerely love their King. Most houses or shops display at least one photo of King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

Thailand election posters

Thailand election posters
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After six years of often bloody political protests, Thai citizens are going to vote this weekend.

Songkran 2554, Water Festival

Songkran 2554, Water Festival
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Songkran is the traditional New Year's Day in Thailand. It is a time for spiritual cleansing and renewal. Typically the day starts with a visit to the temple...

Nigerian sunday

Nigerian sunday
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A West African community gathers at Sunday for a energetic gospel session. The goal is to build unity, faith and happiness in every man and woman.

Aqua market

Aqua market
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Perception is what reality reflects. What we know about the world has come to us bouncing his way into our senses.

Ogoh ogoh

Ogoh ogoh
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The main purpose of the making of Ogoh-ogoh is the purification of the natural environment of any spiritual pollutants emitted from the activities of living ...

The Red Bag Race

The Red Bag Race
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The red bag race is a competition to collect trash. It takes place during surf contests organized by Volcom Indonesia. It aims at educating kids on acting ab...

Unity in Diversity

Unity in Diversity
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Indonesia’s experience in pushing harmony and acceptance of differences lays his roots in the Pancasila principles.

Aqua Island

Aqua Island
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Perception is what reality reflects. What we know about the world has come to us bouncing his way into our senses.

Aqua Province

Aqua Province
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Perception is what reality reflects. What we know about the world has come to us bouncing his way into our senses.

Aqua City

Aqua City
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Perception is what reality reflects. What we know about the world has come to us bouncing his way into our senses.