Contact the Hocken Office for enquiries and orders:
Phone: 64 3 479 8868
Fax: 64 3 479 5078
Address: Hocken Collections, PO Box 56, Dunedin 9054, New Zealand.
- All prices are GST inclusive.
- Prices do not include postage and packaging as this will vary for different items. Please contact the Hocken Office with your order to confirm availability of stock and the total cost.
- Please note that due to University policy invoices will only be issued for amounts greater than $25.
- For orders under $25.00, please forward a cheque (made out to University of Otago), or VISA/MASTERCARD details to the Hocken Office.
Draft Copy - Patrick Lundberg 2015 (32 page exhibition catalogue with essays by Natalie Poland, Roman Mitch and Greg Anderson. Design by Kraftwork).
No Need For Water - Zina Swanson 2014 (32 page full colour exhibition catalogue with essays by Natalie Poland and Gilbert May).
Undressing the Pacific - Shigeyuki Kihara 2013 (4 panelled fold out card catalogue containing images of 8 works with essay by Natalie Poland).
The Liquid Dossier - Nick Austin 2012/2013 (10 items presented in a foolscap card folder with essays by Natalie Poland and Jon Bywater. Edition of 200, each copy is signed by the artist).
All Things to All Men - Kushana Bush 2012 (hardcover, full colour, 34 page catalogue with 2 gatefolds).
Honey in the Rock - Joanna Langford 2011 (full colour, 30 page catalogue).
Delusional Architecture – Eddie Clemens 2009 (full colour, fold-out catalogue).
Charles Brasch: In the Company of Artists 2009 (full colour, 48 page catalogue).
The Sleeping Room - Heather Straka 2009 (full colour, 30 page catalogue).
Free to download (1.3MB in PDF format)
once more with feeling - Ann Shelton 2008 (full colour, 32 page catalogue).
Fine Folk: Design work for Colin McCahon 2008 (full colour, 32 page catalogue).
Dead Time - Ben Cauchi 2008 (13 page catalogue).
|Rohan Wealleans: Let's Make the Fire Turn Green 2007, co-published by Hocken Collections and the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.||$15.00|
|Working Drawings - Sarah Munro 2007 (full colour, fold-out catalogue).||Free|
|The Medical Body - Ana Terry and Don Hunter 2005 (full colour, 16 page catalogue).||$10.00|
|Cantata: a play of the Trace II - Lyn Plummer 2005 (full colour, 28 page catalogue).||$5.00|
|Island Life: Robin White - Hocken Touring Exhibition 2002 (fold-out catalogue).||Free|
|Representation and Reaction: Modernism and the New Zealand Landscape Tradition 1956-1977. Fifty paintings from the collections of the Fletcher Trust, the Kelliher Trust, DB Breweries Limited & the Sarjeant Gallery - Peter Shaw (32 colour plates).||$15.00|
|3 Dunedin Designers : Lily Daff, Rona Dyer, Eileen Mayo 1999 (full colour, 48 page catalogue).||$5.00|
|Mrs Hocken Requests... Women's contributions to the Hocken Collections 1993 (91 page catalogue).||$2.00|
|Swan lake stage design 1954 - Colin McCahon||$3.00|
|Milford Sound from Freshwater Basin - John Buchanan||$4.00|
Colour reproductions of Hocken paintings
|Through Fifty Years - The South Canterbury Art Society - R.D.J. Collins||$2.00|
|The Farthest Jerusalem: Four lectures on the origins of Christianity - Ken Booth, John Broadbent, Donald Phillipps & Peter Matheson||$2.00|
Journal of New Zealand Art History (JONZAH)
This was formerly Bulletin of New Zealand Art History. Publication of this title has now ceased. Volume 33 (2012-2013) is the final issue.
|Volume 10, 1989 - Volume 24, 2003||$10 each or any 2 for $15|
Bulletin of New Zealand Art History Special Series
University of Otago Press publications
Ka Taoka Hakena (Treasures from the Hocken Collections) Edited by Stuart Strachan and Linda Tyler
A treasure trove of modern and historical paintings, photographs and drawings, maps and plans, books, newspapers and posters, sheet music, sound recordings, and early New Zealand manuscripts from the 17th century to the present day, this beautiful book celebrates the centenary of the Hocken's foundation. Hardback, full colour.
Further information from Otago University Press.
Friends of the Hocken Collections publications
Gaining a Foothold - Historical Records of Otago's Eastern Coast, 1770-1839.
Published by the Friends of the Hocken Collections Inc, as a memorial to the memory of the late David McDonald, Reference Librarian from 1974 until 2000. A limited edition of 500 copies, Gaining a Foothold is a 467-page A4 hardback, plus 32 pages containing 96 illustrations, 32 of them in colour.
Copies can be obtained from the Friends of the Hocken Collections.