Associate Professor Peter Neil Shand
PhD, MA, LLM
Peter Shand is highly regarded for his research on contemporary creative practices, principally art and fashion design, and the inter-relationship of art and law, notably issues in copyright and cultural heritage. He holds a PhD in Art History from The University of Auckland and an LLM in Intellectual and Cultural Property Law from King’s College, London. Recent publications include essays in Art New Zealand and for publications by the National Gallery of Victoria, Te Papa Press and Routledge, as well as catalogue essays on the work of Bepen Bhana, Nuala Gregory, Rebecca Ann Hobbs, NOM*d and Peter Robinson. Recent exhibitions include Assume Nothing: Six early career artists at the Gus Fisher Gallery (2012) as well as shows at Elam’s projectspace B431.
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Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Shand, P. N. (2011). First Year Fine Arts Students & Theory for Practice. Paper presented at NICAI Teaching Symposium, The University of Auckland. 1 January 2010. Studio Teaching Symposium. (pp. 14).
- Shand, P. N. (2011). Collector's dossier: Fiona Pardington. Australian Art Collector, 58 (Oct-Dec), 174-183.
- Shand, P. N. (2011). Chiara Corballetto: The Space Within. Art New Zealand, 137 (Autumn), 56-60.
- Shand, P. N. (2010). Art Law: The Artist’s Pharmakon. Paper presented at Art and Law Symposium, Otago University Law School & Otago Polytechnic. 29 October - 29 October 2010.
- Shand, P. N. (2010). I’m walking backwards for Christmas. Exhibition catalogue for 'Falling, Failing, Flying', by Rebecca Ann Hobbs, St Paul’s Street Gallery, AucklandAuckland.
- Gregory, N., & Shand, P. N. (2010). Discussion of Nuala Gregory's practice. Oral presentation for the exhibition during 'Exploded View', Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland, June 2010.
- Shand, P. N., & Bryant, J. (2010). Discussion on Mike Parr. Auckland Triennial, May 2010.
- Shand, P. N. (2010). WORLD and Zambesi. Oral presentation for the exhibition 'Together Alone: Australian and New Zealand Fashion Designers', National Gallery of Victoria, March 2010.