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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 chats with Pop Artist Dick Frizzell. The headliner of the upcoming Art Ache on Nov 23rd.
Today on Who Arted Aimee chats with Social Practice artist Tiffany Singh. Recent recipient of the New Generation Award from the Arts Foundation.
Today on Who Arted we have artist Johnson Witehira, one of the headlining artists for the upcoming Art Ache art market at Golden Dawn.
Aimée chats with photographer Paul Lambert about ‘Our Dominion’ – an exhibition documenting the people of Dominion Road, on display at Lot23.
Aimee chats with digital artist Mardo El-Noor about his exhibition currently on display in Ponsonby Central as part of Auckland Art Week.
Aimee chats with painter Laura Williams about her latest exhibition Arcadian Crumpet, on show at Black Asterisk Gallery in Ponsonby.
Aimée chats with art specialist Emma Jameson about the essencial differences between Renaissance and Baroque Art.
Aimée sits down with Greer Twiss, responsible for some of New Zealand's most recognisable sculptural landmarks, and discuss his work showing now at Whitespace.
This week Aimee chats with Rebecca Wallis talking about her current exhibition The Weight of Meaningless on at Grey Gallery.
Aimee is sicko. So hunter takes the bull by the horns and interviews Rachel Ashby about her exhibition Louder in the space Between. Opening at the Audio Foundation tonight!
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