Art & About: A pocket guide to Wellington’s public art

Frances Sutton


  • Where is NZ’s most renowned writer larger than life and clad in her own words?
  • How has Wellington’s wind been transformed into art?
  • What forgotten underground streams now have an above-ground presence?

Discover all this and more …

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Wellingtonians and visitors love the city’s profusion of public art. Complete with maps and photos to help you uncover even the most hidden treasures, this book tells you about each work and the artist who made it.

From classical statuary and Maori symbolism to the inspired creations of Weta Workshop, there’s a visual and artistic feast in Wellington waiting for you to discover.

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About the author

Author Frances Sutton is a former economist with a passion for art and a degree in art history. She has lived in Wellington for most
of her adult life.

Prague-born photographer Helena Fierlinger has done photographic assignments in several countries. She now lives in greater Wellington, where her work has included photos for a sumptuous book on artist John Drawbridge.

Additional information

Dimensions 148 × 210 mm

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