Jeremy Baker

Le Cercle Noir. A truly outstanding food, wine and sensory experience. Thanks Shepherd Restaurant and Millton Vineyards for a spectacular evening. #visawoap #evastreet #hannahslaneway #wellingtonnz #aotearoanz

New artwork - “Hidden Pleasure” (George Georgas 2019).

Selection of Surrealism.

Te Papa, Wellington.


Exhibition @ Te Papa; with Llewellyn.

American Gods - Vols 1 - 3

A new addition to the library. Bill approved.

- Volume 1: Shadows

- Volume 2: My Ainsel

- Volume 3: The Moment of the Storm


American Gods

Two new books...

Two new books arrived today. 📚

Both advance the notion that key philosophical ideas 'remade the world' - but advance completely opposite views of what that driver was. Tom Holland argues that Christianity is the defining underpinning of the modern world, while Stephen Greenblatt argues that it was the rediscovery of pre-Christian thinking in the renaissance that defined modernity.

Dominion - How the Christian Revolution Remade the World (Tom Holland, 2019)


LibraryCat Entry

The Swerve - How the World Became Modern (Stephen Greenblatt)

The Swerve

LibraryCat Entry


NZ Photography Collected

Excellently curated selection of Aotearoa New Zealand photography from some of the earliest nineteenth-century images to contemporary art photography.

Nz photography collected float

"Jeremy + Bill"

"Jeremy + Bill" (Cain, 2021)

Commissioned work. Oliver Cain Studios, "Interpretation" Series.

Absolutely delighted with how this came out. Thanks so much Oliver!

Jeremy Bill Cain 2021

stars start falling

Exhibition of the works of Teuane Tibbo, Ani O'Neill and Salome Tanuvasa at the Govett-Brewster Gallery, Ngāmotu.


stars start falling

Wand Dance

"Wand Dance", Len Lye Foundation / Len Lye (1965, 2018)

A reconstruction of Len Lye's 1965 "Witch Dance", using larger elements from "Bell Wand" (1965). Developed by the Len Lye Foundation with the support of Team Zizz.

there is no before

Exhibition at Govett-Brewster Gallery of the works of Dale Harding (Bidjara, Garingbal and Ghungalu), from the Carnarvon Gorge area of the Central Highlands, Queensland. 

there is no before

Govett-Brewster Art Gallery / Len Lye Centre

Govett-Brewster Art Gallery / Len Lye Centre, New Plymouth / Ngāmotu, Aotearoa.

Govett-Brewster Art Gallery

Quietly Disfigured

Quietly Disfigured (2020) Shannon Novak. 

Acrylic, pencil and ink. Puke Ariki, Ngāmotu.

Quietly Disfigured

Ngaa Hau Ngaakau

"Ngā Hau Ngākau" - Exhibition at Puke Ariki, Ngāmotu.

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Using the whole fruit… feijoa upside-down cake, feijoa chutney & feijoa skin cordial #feijoa #feijoaseason #cake #chutney #cordial

Fun party. CubaDupa Festival & Wellington Pride. ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤🤎💖

Four new sets of playing cards

Witi Ihimaera appearing as Tama-nui-te-rā in Taki Rua’s the world premier performance of “Navigating the Stars”, Soundshell, Botanical Gardens, Te Whanganui-a-Tara.

Nunuku's cave petroglpyphs

Our first visit on 6 February was to Te Ana a Nunuku (Nunuku’s cave) and the petroglyphs (rock carvings) that can be found there, carved in bas relief over the top of an ancient cave mouth.

Our excellent guide Deborah Goomes indicated that tradition connects Nunuku’s cave with Nunuku-whenua, the Moriori chief who established ‘Nunuku’s Law’ which forbade war, cannibalism and murder.

The petroglyphs depict seals, birds, faces and other elements of Moriori culture and tradition.

nunuku's petroglypthsnunuku's petroglyphsDebbie and the crew

“Seasons Change” Glass mounted on recycled wooden framed windows. Lisa Walsh, Waverley, Taranaki, Aotearoa NZ. #art #glass #installed #windows #walls #seasons #change #taranaki #roberthannahcentre #evast #wellingtonnz #aotearoanz

I bought some art …

Two pieces titled “Seasons Change”, by Lisa Walsh, an artist based in Waverley, South Taranaki. Fired glass, mounted on old glass windows.


4 random beautiful books from the Library. #beautifulbooks #buylocal #buylocalnz @vicbks @unitybookswgtn @goodbookshopnz #saynotoamazon

Sun dappled #sun #dappled #apartment #evast

So moody, so good. Thanks Jack, amazing show.

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