Hyperallergic talks to the directors of the documentary Bludgeon about portraying a subculture without making fun of it.
When is a drawing not a drawing?
Designed by architect John Scott, the Futuna Chapel was created for a Catholic religious order with elements adopted from Māori culture.
As the official memorial to victims of the 2011 Christchurch earthquake is unveiled, an unofficial but beloved installation commemorating the dead remains in limbo.
New Zealand’s Lyttelton Museum lost its building five years ago, but Julia Holden is giving it a public presence through a project focused on local history.
Gottfried Lindauer’s portraits present a collective history of colonial New Zealand, capturing individual identities in a time of great social change and upheaval.
After a nearly yearlong process that involved two national referendums and that cost taxpayers US$17.6 million, New Zealanders have finally voted to hold on to the flag their country has been flying for 114 years.
New Zealand is attempting to rebrand itself to better convey its national identity and cultural heritage, but those efforts aren’t going as smoothly as one would hope.
New Zealand is considering new designs to potentially replace its national flag and today released an official long list of 40 contenders submitted by the public.
A new piece of public art in Auckland, part of which, when seen from a certain angle, resembles a penis, is rubbing locals the wrong way.
An earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand this Tuesday, February 22 has damaged the city’s iconic works of architecture, including the Christchurch Cathedral and the Catholic Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament. At least 65 people have been killed by the earthquake, though the number is expected to rise.