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Nationalism debates: Hamish Keith and Pat Hanly (1st of 4)

Nationalism debates: Hamish Keith and Pat Hanly

This photograph of art critic Hamish Keith (left) talking to artist Pat Hanly was published in the summer 1979–80 issue of Art New Zealand. By this time Keith's perspective, which was grounded in cultural nationalism, had made him a popular interpreter of New Zealand art and artists.

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Art New Zealand
Reference: No 14 (1979-80)

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Rebecca Rice and Mark Williams, 'Criticism and the arts - Issues of identity, 1960s onwards', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/photograph/42931/nationalism-debates-hamish-keith-and-pat-hanly (accessed 20 April 2019)

Story by Rebecca Rice and Mark Williams, published 22 Oct 2014