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Looking at Robin White's remarkable 50 years as an artist with fresh perspectives by 24 writers and interviewees from Australia, the Pacific and Aotearoa, this book celebrates her status as one of our most important artists.
Adorable and sometimes surprising historic images of New Zealand dogs and their owners. This entertaining selection of over 100 dog photos reveals some of the curious ways they have appeared in collections from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
A remarkable story of beards and bombs, freaks and firebrands, self-destruction and self-realisation, Jumping Sundays is Nick Bollinger's deep history of the transformation of New Zealand life wrought by the counterculture in the 1960s and '70s.
A stunning exploration of female surfers from around the world, Lara Einzig profiles 25 women who are breaking ground in surfing, environmental protection and their own professions, bringing you along to dawn patrol at their favourite wave breaks.
Organised by continent and featuring theatres and opera houses from the Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe and Australasia, this book includes modern masterpieces and ancient remains, taking in centuries of theatre building.
Based on the ground-breaking 2020-21 exhibition staged by Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Toi Tū Toi Ora tells the story of contemporary Māori art from the 1950s to the present day, with more than 200 works by 110 Māori artists.
Chef Anto Cocagne and photographer Aline Princet take us on a unique food journey through Gabon, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Congo and Ethiopia. An ode to conviviality with stories, family cooking memories and mouth-watering recipes.
This highly regarded outdoor and landscape photographer shares his most stunning black and white images from around the globe, and his adventures in search of them.
A homage to live fire traditions. Helen Graves showcases over 100 seasonal and achievable barbecue recipes that celebrate the common thread of live fire cooking in cuisines from around the world.
A sumptuous exploration of the ways in which the Islamic arts have inspired the famous jewellery house Cartier, this book accompanies a major exhibition at the Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, and the Dallas Museum of Art.
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