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First Thing: Studio Discussion 2008

Books and Catalogues – Selected.

XIII Biennial De Sao Paulo-Brazil, Exhibition Catalogue, Brazil, 1975.

The Council House, S.C. Johnson and Son, Inc., Johnston Wax Corporation, Racine, Wisconsin, USA, 1980.

Forty Modern New Zealand Paintings, Francis Pound, Penguin Books. N.Z.1985.

The Art of Seduction, Mark Amery, Brooker Gallery. Wellington. 1995.

Home and Away: Contemporary Australian and New Zealand Artists from the Chartwell Collection. William McAloon, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, David Bateman Ltd. Auckland New Zealand 1999.

Six Abstract Artists: Thesis, Alan Smith, Auckland University, Auckland. 1992

The Depth of Things Rises to the Light, Alan Smith, Art New Zealand, Number 63. 1992.

Passage of the Gaze, Alan Smith, Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland. 1992.

New Zealand Modernism – The Content of Form. Paintings From the Gibbs Collection, Vol.3, Edited by James Ross. The Gibbs Collection, Auckland, 1997.

The Guide, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Auckland, New Zealand. 2001.

New Zealand Painting: A concise History, Michael Dunn, Auckland University Press, Auckland. 2002.

Contemporary New Zealand Art 3, Elizabeth Caughey and John Gow, David Bateman Ltd, Auckland. 2002.

Vuletic and his Circle, Edward Hanfling and Alan Wright, The Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland, Auckland. 2003.

Geoff Thornley: Constructions 1978-1982, William McAloon, Alan Smith, Dr. Morgan Thomas.  Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland.  Auckland, 2007.

First Thing, Justin Paton, Mark Hutchins Gallery, Wellington, 2008.

Art At Te Papa, Editor William McAloon, Te Papa Press.  Musem of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, New Zealand. 2009.