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From Highbrow to monobrow and everything in between, Aimée Ralfini offers a weekly morsel of Who Arted what, where and when, to keep you salivary glands going until you get your next art fix.
Every Thursday morning during Morning Glory.
Aimee and Keria chat with videographer Robert Wallace aka Parallel Teeth – maker of videos such as Beffy by Ladi6, Rangers by Randa and more recently Hang by Merk.
Curator Francis McWhannell is on the show, chatting about the gallery tours on K.Rd for Electric Night tonight – part of Artweek Auckland.
Layla Walter creates bespoke cast glass vessels in vibrant hues using the historic lost-wax technique. She chatted with Aimee about her latest activities and involvement with upcoming Art Ache during Artweek.
Fan-girl Aimee chats with Evie Kemp about her bright and colourful creative expression and her work in upcoming Art Ache studio sale, to be held during Late Night Art as part of Artweek.
Gary Silipa chats with Aimee about his current practice and his plans for Changing Lanes in Durham Street East for Auckland Artweek from Oct 6th-12th.
Painter Paris Kirby chats with Aimee about her fabulous new show up at Sanderson Contemporary – Fertile Ground.
Aimee chats with painter Hannah Melville about her work in Fantastic Fields – her first New Zealand solo show in over a decade.
Intelligent lols abound on this Who Arted as Aimee chats with photographer Greta Anderson about her latest series of work titled No Hoarding, currently up at Two Rooms.
Aimee listens dutifully to Auckland Art Galleries Curator of Contemporary Art – Natasha Conland, about the ins and outs around this years Walters Prize selection, installation and heritage. Most informative.
ft. Jess Johnson & Simon Ward, Ruth Buchanan, Jacqueline Fraser, Pati Solomona Tyrell.
Painter Cam Edward answers the hard questions around the intentional/unintentional flaws in his paintings and bonds with Aimée over Sims City.
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