It's time for our new issue - this time, our annual issue dedicated to art, taking you inside the homes of New Zealand artists and collectors all over the world. This issue will reach subscribers tomorrow and be on newsstands from Monday. The cover is a photograph by Emily Andrews of former Auckland art dealer Anna Bibby's amazing house in Martel, France. The photograph on the sideboard is by Australian artist Anne Zahalka.
Other highlights (and there are plenty!):
- We visit artist Martin Basher and TV producer Martha Jeffries in their apartment in Greenpoint, Brooklyn - as well as Martin's amazing studio in a nearby industrial building with views of Manhattan.
- Auckland art writer and curator Kriselle Baker shows us around her Auckland apartment and her terrific collection of New Zealand photography, including works by Fiona Pardington, Michael Parekowhai, Roberta Thornley, Mark Adams and many more.
- Shane Cotton and Luanne Bond's Manawatu family home, which Luanne designed.
- A mid-century Auckland classic by architect Maurice Patience now houses Andrew and Kate Thomas and their fascinating art collection.
- Artist James Kirkwood's daffy, adorable pagoda in his Titirangi back yard.
- Patrick Reynolds takes fantastic photographs of Auckland's new Fort Lane development.
- Katie Lockhart visits George Nakashima's beautiful studio in Pennsylvania.
- Paul McCredie photographs David Trubridge's new workplace and shop in Hawke's Bay.
- We've also got new architecture by Tennent + Brown Architects (in Northland) and McCoy & Wixon Architects (in Taieri Mouth).