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Gore's Great Art Coup
Produced by: Tarek Bazley
The small rural town of Gore on New Zealand's South Island, recently managed to secure the art collection of the renowned sexologist and academic John Money. John Money gained international recognition for his ground-breaking work at Johns Hopkins University and for his early championing of the New Zealand 20th century author, the late Janet Frame. This program, from Radio New Zealand, tells the story of how the director of a tiny regional art gallery managed to convince a town, known mainly for its sheep and gold mining past, to accept a renowned art collection and have it relocated from Money's flat in a rundown area of Baltimore. Gore's Great Art Coup airs as part of our international documentary exchange series, Crossing Boundaries.

Program Credits

Gore's Great Art Coup was produced by Tarek Bazley for Radio New Zealand. It airs as part of the international documentary exchange series, Crossing Boundaries.

Resources

Links:
Money changes everything
The leading sexologist lives through his art collections.

Modern New Zealand Art
Read about New Zealand's modern art and artists, like Rita Angus.

Scoop
Prime Minister opens new wing at eastern southland gallery.

The Legacy of John Money
Know about Dr. John Money's research in sexology and his breakthrough discoveries in homosexuality, gender identity, and sexual development.

The Art of Being Gore
This New Zealand Listner article attempts to uncover why the town of Gore has become a destination for art and artists.

Creative Zealand Herald
Gore Council Wins Award for Art Gallery

Books:
New Zealand Women Artists: A Survey of 150 Years
by: Anne Kirker 1993
This work gives overdue praise to the accomplishments of female artists in New Zealand.

Aboriginal Art
by: Wally Caruana 2003
This survey of Australia's native arts and artists spans from traditional application to modern explorations in photography, printmaking and textile design.

Art New Zealand Today
by: Elizabeth M. Caughey 2003
This vivid book introduces 60 New Zealand artists and their work.

Gay, Straight, and In Between: The Sexology of Erotic Orientation
by: John Money 1990
Dr. Money investigates the diverse factors that shape gender and sexual orientation.

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