Editors: William McAloon & Jill Trevelyan
Publication date: July 2008
This exquisite full-colour catalogue accompanies a major exhibition that celebrates the life and work of Rita Angus (1908–70), one of New Zealand’s best-loved artists. The exhibition opens at Te Papa in July 2008 before travelling to other main centres around New Zealand.
This is the only large-format catalogue to celebrate Rita Angus’s legacy of art in New Zealand. It features magnificent reproductions of every artwork in the exhibition, from iconic landscapes and portraits like Cass and Rutu to work never before seen in public.
William McAloon and Jill Trevelyanare co-curators of the exhibition and co-editors of the catalogue, which includes essays from well-known writers, critics, and art historians.
Jill is also the author of the acclaimed biography Rita Angus: An Artist’s Life which was published in April 2008.
Extent: 240 pp
Illustrations: 165 full-colour plates
Format: PB, 298 x 242 mm