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Discover the inside secrets of the New Zealand art world

Discover the inside secrets of the New Zealand art world

‘From the outside the art market might seem a difficult and dangerous place’, Hamish Keith writes in the introduction to Behind the Canvas: An insider’s guide to the New Zealand art market, the first book of its kind to explore the unknown territory behind the New Zealand art world.

THE BOOK: Behind the Canvas: An insider’s guide to the New Zealand art market by Warwick Henderson is published 5th October 2012, RRP $45.00

Read the book and discover about:
• Building an art collection
• Dealer and public galleries
• Taking care of artworks
• How to avoid fakes and forgeries
• Art at auction
• Information and advice for artists

THE BOOK LAUNCH for Behind the Canvas (open to all): 2:00pm – 4:00pm, Sunday 28th October during Art Week in Auckland’s BIG Little City
2:30pm, introduction by special guests Hamish Keith (Arts Writer) and Ron Brownson (Senior Curator, Auckland Art Gallery)
At the Warwick Henderson Gallery, 32 Bath Street, Parnell, Auckland. Go to www.artweekauckland.co.nz for further details.

www.newhollandpublishers.co.nz

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