Melvil Decimal System: 709.930
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Drawing; Decoration; Design
Amusements and Recreation
Theory And Instruction
Dictionaries And Encyclopedias
Education And Research
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Melanesia, New Guinea
Works under MDS 709.930
- The Invention of New Zealand: The Construction of National Identity in Art by Francis Pound
- Unnerved - The New Zealand Project by Maud Page
- Headlands: Thinking through New Zealand art : exhibition curated by Robert Leonard and Bernice Murphy by Robert Leonard
- Home and away : contemporary Australian and New Zealand art from the Chartwell Collection by William McAloon
- One Day Sculpture by David Cross
- Field essays : the importance of practice : a survey by Anthony Cribb
- Let's get art : children look at contemporary New Zealand art by Brad Irwin
- Don’t misbehave! : SCAPE 2006, biennial of art in a public space by Natasha Conland
- Hangover, 1995-1996 : an exhibition by Robert Leonard
- Devices: Rotating, Displacing, Assigning by Andrew Drummond
- Fomison : what shall we tell them? by Tony Fomison
- Seen This Century: 100 Contemporary New Zealand Artists: A Collector's Guide by Warwick Brown
- Taranaki culture : fresh out of the box by Bill Milbank
- Towards Aotearoa : a short history of 20th century New Zealand art by David Eggleton
- Et al. : the fundamental practice : New Zealand at the 51st Venice Biennale by et al
- Good work : the Jim Barr and Mary Barr collection by Dunedin Public Art Gallery.,
- Never completely still by Laura Preston
- Distance Looks our Way: 10 Artists from New Zealand by Mary Barr
- Craft New Zealand = Les métiers d'art en Nouvelle-Zélande = Kunsthandwerk Neuseeland. Organised by the Queen ElizabethII Arts Council of New Zealand and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, New Zealand.
- New Art Now: Contemporary Art in New Zealand and Australia by Auckland Art Fair 2009
- Compelled : annual new artists show 2005 by Liz Allan
- The gallery of Helen Hitchings : from fretful sleeper to art world giant by Helen Hitchings
- Snake oil : Chartwell acquisitions 2002-5 by Robert Leonard
- How to be nowhere: Essays and texts 1971-1994 by Ian Wedde
- Ascending scale : Jane Bennett, Chris Cottrell, Hazel Henderson, Bill Gates, Rosalind Krauss, Kate Montgomery, Susie Pratt and Miller Puckette by Chris Cottrell
- Landfall 231 (Autumn 2016) by David Eggleton
- Art now : the first biennial review of contemporary art by Museum of New Zealand
- Cross currents : contemporary New Zealand and Australian art from the Chartwell Collection, Waikato Museum of Art and Hi by Waikato Museum of Art and History.
- Action replay : post-script by Stella Brennan
- Kohia ko taikaka anake : artists construct new directions : New Zealand's largest exhibition of contemporary Maori art : National Art Gallery, December 1 1990-March 17 1991 : a Nga Puna Waihanga, Te Waka Toi, National Art Gallery exhibition by Para Matchitt
- Painted faces : Louise Clifton, Sarah Jane Parton, Séraphine Pick, Marnie Slater & Jessica Reid by Sarah Farrar
- Between rocks and glass houses : a project by Andrew Drummond / Noel Lane.
- IDentikit : the High Street Project : a catalogue of essays & shows
- Prospect: New Zealand Art Now by Kate Montgomery
- & ampersand : a catalogue of art and essays : the High Street Project by The High Street Project
- GPS- : 2 institutions/6 artists : Centre of Contemporary Art, 14th June-10th July, 05 : Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design, Randolph Street Gallery, 22nd September-14th October, 05 by Brendan Lee
- Scape : from a different angle : New Zealand Community Trust Art & Industry Urban Arts Biennial 04 by Sarah Pepperle
- Little rain by Cat Auburn, Way, Karena
- Auckland/Halifax exchange by Wystan Curnow
- Undreamed of... 50 years of the Frances Hodgkins Fellowship by Priscilla Pitts
- Canary annual : Conversation, Critique and Community, The Golden Age: Canary Gallery March 2004 - September 2005 by Paula Booker
- In the forest of dream : an exhibition organised and toured by the Moet and Chandon New Zealand Art Foundation, 1990 by Tina Barton
- The artists : 21 practitioners in New Zealand contemporary art c. 2013-2015 by Jane Apperley
- Everywhere instantly by Daniel Crooks
- Behind the Canvas by Warwick Henderson
- Tomorrow people : Joyce Campbell, Violet Faigan, Gavin Hipkins, Saskia Leek, Daniel Malone, Ani O'Neill, Ronnie Van Hout by Tessa Laird
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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