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Bibliography

Andrew Jensen, “Cutting Into Colour”, In Cutting Into Colour, Auckland: Ourborus Publishing, 2009 (illustrated catalogue)

Jessica Barter, “Crossover”, Home New Zealand, February-March, pages 82-92, 2009

T.J. McNamara, “A dimming past and a sense of optimism”, Weekend Herald (New Zealand) 29 November, 2008

Gregory O’Brien, ed., We Set Out One Morning: Works from the BNZ art collection, p114-115, Auckland: Private Bank, Bank of New Zealand, 2006

Kirsty Divehall et.al., “51: Stephen Bambury (b.1951)”, In 2006 Catalogue, pages 64-65, Auckland: John Leech Gallery & Gow Langsford Gallery, 2006 (illustrated catalogue)

T.J. McNamara, “Such sheer disquieting oddity” The New Zealand Herald, 18 October, 2006

Andrew Clifford, “Jar Open for Reflection”, The New Zealand Herald (Auckland), page B6, 19 January, 2005

Andrew Jensen & Leigh Davis, Stephen Bambury, the Viba Studio paintings, Auckland: Ouroborus publishing, 2005

Anna Schwartz “Foreword”, Store 5 is..., page 7, Melbourne: Anna Schwartz Gallery, 2005 (catalogue)

Ashley Crawford, “Who's minding the store?”, The Age (Melbourne), 9 April, 2005

Bronwyn Sell, “Wife's art of living inspires new breast cancer charity”, Weekend Herald (New Zealand), 13 August, 2005

Deborah Hennessey, “Curator's Note”, Store 5 is..., page 9, Melbourne: Anna Schwartz Gallery, 2005 (catalogue)

Stephen Bambury, “Stephen Bambury Responds Recovered Memory”, Gallery News (Auckland), June-August, 2005 (illustrated)

Stephen Bambury, “ Store 5 is...” (essay), Store 5 is..., page 51, Melbourne: Anna Schwartz Gallery, 2005 (catalogue)

Sue Reidy, “Art Speaks Louder than Words”, Habitat (New Zealand), Summer, pages 56-57, 2005

T.J. McNamara, “Touched by the Magic of the Past”, The New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 25 September, 2005.

Virginia Were, “Beside the old sea wall”, Art News (New Zealand), vol.25 no.4, pages 50-53, 2005

UNKNOWN, “Rounding the Mark”, Trends: Commercial (New Zealand), Issue 2115, pages 69-71, November, 2005

Andrew Clifford, “Sense of Space Comes with Change of Studio”, The New Zealand Herald (Auckland), page B7, 29 September, 2004 (illustrated)

Bill Milbank, “Introduction”, In Representation and Reaction, pages 4-5, Auckland: Sarjeant Gallery, 2004 (illustrated catalogue)

Damian Skinner, “Modernist Victories: Representation and Reaction at the Sarjeant Gallery”, Art NZ No. 105, pages 86-89, 2004

Leonhard Emmerling, “Vorwort”, In IS/NZ: Űber Malerei/ On Painting, edited by Leonhard Emmerling, pages 4-5, Ludwigsburg: Kuntsverein Kreis, 2004 (illustrated catalogue)

Leonhard Emmerling, “Foreword”, In IS/NZ: Űber Malerei/ On Painting, edited by Leonhard Emmerling, pages 6-7, Ludwigsburg: Kuntsverein Kreis, 2004 (illustrated catalogue)

Mark Amery, “Painting off Centre”, The Dominion Post (Wellington), 15 October, 2004

Peter Shaw, “Representation and Reaction: Modernism and the New Zealand Landscape Tradition 1956 – 1977”, In Representation and Reaction, pages 5-8, Auckland: Sarjeant Gallery, 2004 (illustrated catalogue)

Stephen Bambury, “Jet out from Muriwai”, Art News (New Zealand), volume 24, number 4, pages 78-79, 2004 (illustrated)

Susanne Kaeppele, “Interview: On the works in the exhibition”, In IS/NZ: Űber Malerei/ On Painting, edited by Leonhard Emmerling, pages 22-33, Ludwigsburg: Kuntsverein Kreis, 2004 (illustrated catalogue)

T.J. McNamara, “Simple shape contains grand visions”, The New Zealand Herald (Auckland), page B7, 12 May, 2004

Alan Wright, “Clement or Clemency? Vuletic: The Critical Stance”, In Voletic and his Circle, pages 19-30, Auckland: Gus Fisher Gallery, 2003 (illustrated catalogue)

Edward Hanfling, “Striving for 'Quality': The Development and Diversity of Abstraction at the Petar/James Gallery', In Voletic and his Circle, pages 6-18, Auckland: Gus Fisher Gallery, 2003 (illustrated catalogue)

Edward Hanfling & Alan Wright, “Introduction”, In Voletic and his Circle, page 3, Auckland: Gus Fisher Gallery, 2003 (illustrated catalogue)

Edward Hanfling & Alan Wright, “Stephen Bambury”, In Voletic and his Circle, page 32, Auckland: Gus Fisher Gallery, 2003 (illustrated catalogue)Robin Stoney, “Director's Foreword”, In Voletic and his Circle, pages 4-5, Auckland: Gus Fisher Gallery, 2003 (illustrated catalogue)

T.J. McNamara, “Measure of distance between centuries”, The New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 10 September, 2003

Virginia Were, “Taking McCahon Neat”, Art News (New Zealand) Autumn, pages 44-47, 2003 (illustrated interview)

William Mcaloon, “When We Were Abstract”, The New Zealand Listener, page 54, 15-21 November, 2003 (illustrated)

Damjan Štih, “Kaplanovo Pismo”, In Trnovo [Siena Series], Trnovo:Keleia Foundation, 2002 (illustrated catalogue)

John Daly-Peoples, “Auckland Art: Naked (Fear) out in the Big Wide World”, National Business Review (New Zealand), 31 October, 2002

Jože Hudeček, “Trnovčani In Božja Roka”, In Trnovo [Siena Series], Trnovo:Keleia Foundation, 2002 (illustrated catalogue)

Matjaž Gruden, “Sienska Serija”, In Trnovo [Siena Series], Trnovo:Keleia Foundation, 2002 (illustrated catalogue)

Allan Smith, “The Inside and Outside of Abstract Painting”, Gallery News (Auckland), pages 9-10, June-August, 2001 (illustrated)

Allan Smith, “Bambury Works 1975 – 1999: Three takes on Stephen Bambury's postmodern abstraction”, Gallery News (Auckland), pages 9-10, September-November, 2001 (illustrated)

Jane Turner, review of Stephen Bambury, by Wystan Curnow & William McAloon, NZ House & Garden No. 86, 2001

John Daly-Peoples, “Leading abstract artists intrigue”, The National Business Review (New Zealand), 6 April, 2001

John Daly-Peoples, “Portrait of Stephen Bambury”, The National Business Review (New Zealand), 10 August, 2001

Leigh Davis, Six Degrees of Separation, Auckland: Ouroborus Publishing, 2001

Pat Basket, “Station to Station”, The New Zealand Listener, page 53, 29 September, 2001

Peter Simpson, “Art Review: Six Degrees of Separation”, Sunday Star Times (New Zealand), page F4, 8 April, 2001

Robyn Peers, “Geometric Variations” The Press (Christchurch), 26 September, 2001

Robyn Peers, “World view”, The Press (Christchurch), 17 October, 2001

T.J. McNamara, “Art Spectrum Winds from Infrared to Ultra-violet”, The New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 15 September, 2001

T.J. McNamara, “Evolution to Mastery” New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 20 July, 2001

UNKNOWN, (essay), In Bambury Works 1975 – 1999, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 2001 (catalogue)

UNKNOWN, (list of works), In Bambury Works 1975 – 1999, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 2001 (catalogue)

Christine Whybrew, “Contrasting Match”, The Press (Christchurch), Arts section, page 40, 5 April, 2000 (illustrated)

David Mitchell, “The Certainty of Abstraction”, Urbis Winter (New Zealand), 2000

John Daly-Peoples, “Bambury Positions Himself at the Cross Roads of Life”, The National Business Review (New Zealand), 18 August, 2000

Leigh Davis, “GLAVNA PRIČA [Bearing Witness]”, In In XIII.Telekomovi Mednarodni Slikarski Tedni, edited by Matjaž Gruden, pages 14-18, Piran: The Keleia Foundation, 2000 (illustrated catalogue, essay appears in English in Siena catalogue, Auckland: Jensen Gallery, 1998)

Peter Simpson, “UNKNOWN (Stephen Bambury at Jensen Gallery)”, 2000

Raymond Gill, “Art fair attracts usual controversy”, The Age (Melbourne), 5 October, 2000 (illustrated)

Stephen Bambury, “Foreword”, In XIII.Telekomovi Mednarodni Slikarski Tedni, edited by Matjaž Gruden, page 9, Piran: The Keleia Foundation (illustrated catalogue)

T.J. McNamara, “From one Extreme to Another”, The New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 24 July, 2000 (illustrated)

UNKNOWN, “In-depth Arts News: Stephen Bambury”, The Dominion Post (Wellington), 2000

Wystan Curnow & William McAloon, Stephen Bambury, Auckland: Ouroborus Publishing, 2000

Anthony Phelps, “Well Oiled Art”, The Dominion Post (Wellington), 21 October, 1999

David Famularo, “Shifting Positions”, The Dominion Post (Wellington), 12 November, 1999

Eleanor Black, “Powhiri Opens Art Station”, The Gisborne Herald, 29 March, 1999

John Daly-Peoples, “Call of the Cross Meets Heavenly Chance”, The National Business Review (New Zealand), 29 October, 1999 (illustrated)

Josie McNaught, “NZ Abstracts in Town”, The Dominion Post (Wellington), 30 October, 1999 (illustrated)

J.P. Cowey, “Staunch Art”, Urbis (New Zealand), pages 90-93, Summer, 1999 (illustrated)

Lara Strongman, “High Fidelity, Low Resolution”, In Bambury Works 1975 – 1999, edited by Lara Strongman, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1999 (illustrated catalogue)

Paula Savage, “Director's Foreword”, In Bambury Works 1975 – 1999, edited by Lara Strongman, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1999 (illustrated catalogue)

Peter Simpson, “Bambury’s Ministry of Works”, The Sunday Star Times (Auckland), January, 1999 (illustrated)

Robert Leonard, “Interview (with Stephen Bambury)”, In Bambury Works 1975 – 1999, edited by Lara Strongman, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1999 (illustrated catalogue)

UNKNOWN, “A Gallery Awash with Oil”, The Press (Christchurch), 22 December, 1999

UNKNOWN, “Bibliography”, In Bambury Works 1975 – 1999, edited by Lara Strongman, page 41, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1999 (illustrated catalogue)

UNKNOWN, “Biography”, In Bambury Works 1975 – 1999, edited by Lara Strongman, pages 42-43, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1999 (illustrated catalogue)

UNKNOWN, “List of Works”,In Bambury Works 1975 – 1999, edited by Lara Strongman, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1999 (illustrated catalogue)

William McAloon, “Leaps and boundaries: William McAloon in Conversation with Robert Gardiner”, In home and away: Contemporary Australian and New Zealand Art from the Chartwell Collection, pages 9-13, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1999 (illustrated catalogue)

William McAloon, “Home and Away: Contemporary Australian and New Zealand Art from the Chartwell Collection (essay)”, In home and away: Contemporary Australian and New Zealand Art from the Chartwell Collection, pages 15-29, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1999 (illustrated catalogue)

William McAloon, “Stephen Bambury” (abstraction/ expression/ transcendence section), In home and away: Contemporary Australian and New Zealand Art from the Chartwell Collection, page 72, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1999 (illustrated catalogue)

William McAloon, “Artists' Biographies (Stephen Bambury)”, In home and away: Contemporary Australian and New Zealand Art from the Chartwell Collection, page 132, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1999 (illustrated catalogue)

Wystan Curnow, “Bambury in Abundance”, In Bambury Works 1975 – 1999, edited by Lara Strongman, pages 38-40 Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1999 (illustrated catalogue)

Justin Paton, (Review, Necessary Correction), Art New Zealand, No. 87, 1998

Leigh Davis, “Bearing witness”, In Siena, Auckland: Jensen Gallery, 1998 (catalogue)

Mark Amery, “Bambury Cross is Becoming More Limited”, The Evening Post (Wellington), 1 July, 1998

Michelle Hewitson, “A space of one's own”, New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 30-31 May, 1998 (illustrated)

Peter Simpson, “Significant Translation”, Sunday Star-Times (New Zealand), 13 September, 1998

T.J. McNamara, “A modern take on big baroque”, New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 30-31 May, 1998 (illustrated)

T.J. McNamara, “Words and Pictures”, New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 5 June, 1998

Adrienne Rewi, “A Global Dialogue”, The Press (Christchurch), 26 November, 1997 (illustrated)

Chris Saines, “Introduction”, In Necessary Correction, Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1997 (illustrated catalogue)

Diana Dekker, Title unkown, The New Zealand Listener, 14 December, 1997

John Daly-Peoples, “Overseas Residencies Critical for Artists”, The National Business Review (New Zealand), 27 March, 1997

Mark Amery, “Universal Dialects”, The Sunday Star Times (New Zealand), 14 December, 1997

T.J. McNamara, “Black , white and allusive”, New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 24 September, 1997

T.J. McNamara, “Power and Depth in Ambiguities”, The New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 28 May, 1997

UNKNOWN, “Biographies”, In Necessary Correction, Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1997 (illustrated catalogue)

Wayne Lorimer, “Theme of connection in explorations of painting” UNKNOWN (New Zealand), 3 November, 1997

William McAloon, “Border Crossings”, In Necessary Correction, Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1997 (illustrated catalogue)

Wystan Curnow, “Necessary Protection”, In Necessary Correction, Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1997 (illustrated catalogue)

Allen Smith, “Foreword”, In ECNZ Live! Works from the Rutherford Trust Collection, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1996

Gregory O'Brien, “Elegant look at contemporary painting in NZ”, review of Contemporary Painting in New Zealand by Micheal Dunn, UNKNOWN, 1996

Mark Amery, “Power of minimalistic geometric abstraction”, UNKNOWN (New Zealand), 1996

Michael Dunn, Contemporary Painting in New Zealand, Roseville East: Craftsman House, 1996

Pat Baskett, “Together at Last in Germany”, The New Zealand Herald, 31 October, 1996

UNKNOWN “Aiming to Make a Big Impact”, The New Zealand Herald, 31 October, 1996

UNKNOWN, “List of Works”, In ECNZ Live! Works from the Rutherford Trust Collection, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1996

UNKNOWN, review of of Bambury, Mosset, Walters at Gow Langsford Gallery, New Zealand Herald, 20 March, 1996

Claire J. Regnault, “Introduction”, In A Very Peculiar Practice, Wellington: Wellington City Gallery, 1995 (illustrated catalogue)

Deborah Cain, “The Last Picture Show at the Centre for Contemporary Art”, Art NZ Winter, pages 84-87, 1995 (illustrated)

Diana Renker, “Double Entendre”, Midwest (Dunedin), #7, pages 20-21, 1995 (illustrated)

James Mack, “NZ Show Challenges, Delights”, The Evening Post (Wellington), 7 July, 1995

James Ross (editor), New Zealand Modernism in Context – Paintings from the Gibbs Collection, The Gibbs Collection, 1995 (illustrated)

Jane Soyle, “A Very Peculiar Practice”, Art NZ Spring, No.76, page 41, 1995

Jeremy Rose, “The end of painting?”, City Voice (Wellington), June 8, 1995

Justin Paton, “New Game, New Rules”, New Zealand Listener, pages 42-43, 12 August, 1995

Leigh Davis, “Learning to Read”, A Very Peculiar Practise, Wellington City Art Gallery, 1995 (illustrated catalogue)

Mark Amery, “Invitation to think a little peculiarly”, Sunday Star-Times (New Zealand), 25 June, 1995

Pauline Swain, “Some very peculiar practices on show”, The Dominion (Wellington), 15 July, 1995

Peter Shand, “Time spent in four chambers: A Very Peculiar Practice”, Art NZ Spring, No.77 pages 64-66, 1995

Robert Leonard, “Double Entendre”, Midwest (Dunedin), #7, pages 32-33, 1995 (illustrated)

Stephen Bambury, “From the Model (Advaita)”, Z International Art (Sydney), #1, 1995

Stephen Cain, “Looking Beyond the Surface Can be Looking too Deep”, The Evening Post (Wellington), 29 June 1995

T.J. McNamara, “Art that Tackles the Big Topics”, The New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 20 March, 1996

UNKNOWN, “A fresh look at contemporary art”, The Dominion (Wellington, New Zealand) 9 June, 1995

Warwick Brown, 100 New Zealand Paintings by 100 New Zealand Artists, Godwit Publishing, 1995 (illustrated)

Bruce M. Robinson, “Director's Foreword”, In Shared Pleasures – The Chartwell Collection, Hamilton: Museum of Art and History Te Whare Taonga o Waikato, 1994 (illustrated catalogue)

Deborah Cain, Contemporary Art in View, Centre for Contemporary Art 1982 – 1994, 1994 (catalogue)

Felicity Fenner, “An Antidote to Creeping Craft”, Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) September, 1994

Jenny Zimmer, “Critical Essay”, In Circle, Line, Square – aspects of Geometry, Campbelltown: Campbelltown City Art Gallery, pages 8-15, 1994 (illustrated catalogue)

Lara Strongman, “The Chartwell Collection”, In Shared Pleasures – The Chartwell Collection, Hamilton: Museum of Art and History Te Whare Taonga o Waikato, 1994 (illustrated catalogue)

Patrick Reynolds, photographer. Photography in NZ Home and Building, pages 71, 94-97, October-November, 1994 (illustrated)

Robyn Usser, “Exhibition Chance to Catch up with Artists”, The Press (Christchurch), 16 March, 1994

Simeon Kronenberg, “Rewards for some” (Art rave column), Artlink (New Zealand) Vol.4, No.4, page 3, 1994

Sioux Garside, “Introduction”, In Circle, Line, Square – aspects of Geometry, Campbelltown: Campbelltown City Art Gallery, pages 5-7, 1994 (illustrated catalogue)

T.J. McNamara, “Perspective on Art” (column), New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 31 March, 1994

T.J. McNamara, “Potency of the Koru”, New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 18 August, 1994

UNKNOWN, “Art Overview” (column). Auckland City Lights Winter, page 13, 1994

UNKNOWN, “Checklist of Works”, In Shared Pleasures – The Chartwell Collection, Hamilton: Museum of Art and History Te Whare Taonga o Waikato, 1994 (illustrated catalogue)

UNKNOWN, transgression: The Newsletter of the Auckland Branch, NEW ZEALAND INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, No.12 4, cover, 1994

William McAloon, “II: He receives His Cross”, In Station to Station: The Way of the Cross, Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1994 (illustrated catalogue)

William McAloon, “Way of the Cross”, In Station to Station: The Way of the Cross, Auckland: Auckland City Art Gallery, 1994 (illustrated catalogue)

Allan Smith, “Stephen Bambury”, Art and Text, p.87, No.46, September, 1993 (illustrated)

Bridget Sutherland, “+ - Stephen Bambury and Peter Roche”, New Work Studio, The Gallery of Visual Culture Wellington, New Zealand, July, 1993 (catalogue)

John Daly-Peoples, “Local Galleries Living Through Art Decline”, The National Business Review (New Zealand), 18 June, 1993 (illustrated)

Justin Paton, “Latest Bambury Works”, The Press (Christchurch) p.21, 15 June 1993

Stephen Cain,”One Woman’s Escape”, Evening Post (Wellington), 6 September 1993

UNKNOWN, “Reflecting on crude art”, The Daily News (New Plymouth) 28 November, 1993

Allan Smith, “Six Abstract Artists”, MA Thesis, University of Auckland, 1992

Barbara G., “Repented, Reformed, Reconstructed Modernist”, Fashion Quarterly (New Zealand), Autumn, 1992 (illustrated)

David Bonetti, San Francisco Examiner, 17 January, 1992

Kenneth Baker, “'Intimate Abstraction' at Haines”, San Francisco Chronicle, 13 January, 1992

Linda Micheal, “The Museum Collection: New Zealand Works”, Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney), 1992 (catalogue)

Lita Barrie, “Stephen Bambury: Conceptual Minimalism”, Walters/Gimblett/Bambury, Christchurch: Jonathan Jensen Gallery, 1992 (illustrated catalogue)

Pat Unger, “Exhibition of Three Artists”, The Press (Christchurch), page 24, 9 December, 1992

Paul Shannon, “Bambury and the Cross”, Capital Times (Wellington) vol.18, No.7, 1992 (illustrated)

T.J. McNamara, “Polish and Style from the Best”, New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 2 July, 1992

UNKNOWN, “Adam Portrait Prize Keenly Sought”, Capital Times (Wellington) 15 July, 1992

Allan Smith, “Stephen Bambury: New Paintings from Europe”, Art New Zealand, No. 58, Autumn, 1991 (illustrated)

Amery Mark, “Power of Minimalistic Geometric Abstraction”, UNKNOWN (Wellington newspaper) October, 1991

David Bonetti, “Geometric Art comes Full Circle”, San Francisco Examiner, 18 January, 1991

John Michael Espinasse, Acquisitions, Bretigny-sur-Orge: Centre d’Art et de Culture, 1991 (illustrated catalogue)

Kevin Ireland, “Content is always what drives the work”, Listener and TV Times (New Zealand), 29 July, 1991

Linda Tyler, Cross Currents, Hamilton: Waikato Museum of Art and History Te Whare Taonga o Waikato, 1991 (illustrated catalogue)

Michael Dunn, A Concise History of New Zealand Painting, Roseville East: Craftsman House, 1991 (illustrated book)

Nick Pegnan, “Bambury's Purity,” H&B, page 32, Aug/Sept, 1991

Pat Unger, “Bambury paintings”, The Press (Christchurch) 6 June 1991

Pearson Alison, “Design When less is More”, UNKNOWN, 3 August, 1991(?)

Peter Simpson, “First Fruits from France”, The Press (Christchurch) 4 June, 1991 (illustrated)

Simpson Peter, “Sculpture, Painting”, The Press (Christchurch), P20, 18 April, 1991

T.J. McNamara, “Perspective on Art: Stephen Bambury”, New Zealand Herald (Auckland) 13 June, 1991

Warwick Brown, “Compatible Abstractions”, Dominion Sunday Times (Wellington) 30 June, 1991

William McAloon, “Between Secular and Sacred”, Dominion Sunday Times (Wellington) 16 June, 1991

William McAloon, “Gallery Show”, The Press (Christchurch), 20 March ,1991

UNKNOWN, Eikon = das Bild. Christliche Ikonen und moderne Kunst, Reutlingen,: Stiftung fur konkrete Kunst, 1991 (illustrated catalogue)

Ewan McDonald, “Bambury Cross”, Contemporanea, No.22, November, 1990 (illustrated)

Gil Docking, 200 Years of New Zealand Painting – with additions by Michael Dunn covering 1970 –1990, Auckland, David Bateman, 1990 (illustrated book)

Hugh Coley, “So tell us about it”, Listner (New Zealand), 8-14 January, 1990

Jean-Françoise Laville, “Stephen Bambury, laureat 89 de la Fondation 'Möet et Chandon' en Nouvelle-Zélande, expose au Centre Passages”, l'Est Eclair (Troyes) 4 May, 1990

Jean-Françoise Laville, “ L'hommage de la Nouvelle-Zelande et de son ambassadeur au premier laureat de la Fondation Möet et Chandon”, l'Est Eclair (Troyes) 7 May, 1990

Jenny Chamberlain, “Recent works on paper”, North & South (New Zealand), October 1990

Jill Malcolm, “Art and Champagne”, Pacific Way, pages 72-75, October, 1990

John Daly Peoples, “Wending their way overseas”, NBR Weekly Magazine (New Zealand), 2 November, 1990 (illustrated)

Julie Middleton, “Fellowship artist to stay in France”, Sunday Star (New Zealand), 3 June, 1990

Liliane Albertazzi, Bambury/Compagnon, Bretigny s/Orge, Centre d’Art et Culture, 1990 (illustrated catalogue)

Pat Unger, “The Christmas Show”, The Press (Christchurch), 6 December, 1990

Philippe Piguet, Stephen Bambury: Des Geometries Intimes et Variables, Troyes: Passages/ Centre d’Art Contemporain, 1990 (illustrated catalogue)

Richard Dale, “A Quieter Response”, New Zealand Herald (Auckland), 18 October, 1990

Stewart Keith, “Not So Glittering Prizes”, Quote Unquote (New Zealand), pages 14-16, 1990

UNKNOWN, Brillant vernissage de l'exposition Stephen Bambury, l'Est Eclair (Troyes), 5 May,1990

UNKNOWN, “Möet & Chandon et l'Art Contemporain”, Rive Droit Rive Gauche, 1990

UNKNOWN, “Works from France by award recipient”, Remuera Times (Auckland), 2 October, 1990

Bernadette Rae, “A Fellow with Abstract Ideas for Germany”, New Zealand Herald, 2 February, 1989

Brett Michael, “Kiwi Painter Lords it Over Champagne Chateau”, Sunday Star (New Zealand), A13, 29 October, 1989

Christopher Allen, “Withering for want of a voice”, The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 March, 1989

Davina Jackson, ed., “the edge” (column), Belle Design and Decoration (New Zealand) No 94 , page 18, 1989

Elwyn Lynn, “Look out! The livid Looby's on the loose”, The Weekend Australian (Australia and International) 25 February, 1989

Lita Barrie, “Looking a little tired and jaded”, National Business Review (New Zealand), 24 November, 1989

Monique Duterlay, “Moet & Chandon New Zealand Art Foundation”, En Champagne No.48, cover & page 8, 1989

Patrick Smith, “Young artists given chance in exhibition”, Sunday Star (New Zealand) June 11, 1989

Peter Timms, Bambury/Felber/Mitelman/Partos, Sydney: Garry Anderson Gallery, 1989 (catalogue)

Richard Dale, “Champagne illusion out of reach for most”, New Zealand Herald (New Zealand), 1989

Rob Taylor, “Touring showcase offers artistic diversity”, The Dominion (New Zealand), 8 November, 1989

UNKNOWN, Exhibitions No. 1 to No. 20, Melbourne: Store 5, 1989 (illustrated catalogue)

Peter Shaw, “Art Affairs”, Pacific Way April '89, p.63-64 ,1989

UNKNOWN, “Champagne traveller”, Auckland Star (New Zealand), 8 October, 1989

Fondation Möet & Chandon pour l'art contemporain, “Stephen Bambury”, 20 December, 1989 (press release)

UNKNOWN, “Three young turks get big exposure at gallery”, Sunday Star (New Zealand), 17 December,1989Wystan Curnow, Constructed Intimacies, Auckland: Moet & Chandon New Zealand Art Foundation, 1989 (illustrated catalogue)

Christopher Heathcote, “Bambury”, Art Monthly (Australia and International), Issue 13, August, 1988 (illustrated)

Christopher Heathcote, “Bambury; Blackman;’Cries and Whispers, Site of Execution”, Art Monthly (Australia), Issue 13, pages 16-17, August, 1988

James Ritchie, “Bambury: Calculated Tensions”, New Zealand Listener, pages 86, 88, 26 November, 1988

Robert Rooney, “The fruits of kiwi cooking”, The Weekend Australian, 1988

Robert Rooney, The Weekend Australian, 25/26 June, 1988

Tony Green, “Stephen Bambury”, Art New Zealand 48 (New Zealand), pages 50-51, Spring, 1988

Tony Green, Used Geometries, Auckland,: Artis Gallery, 1988 (illustrated catalogue)

UNKNOWN, “Artist Aims to Draw Full Response”, Waikato Times (Hamilton),P3, 10 September, 1988

Caron Eastgate, “Message in Corner”, Auckland Star (New Zealand), B8,1987

Trish Clark, Content and Symbol, Auckland: Artis Gallery, 1987 (illustrated catalogue)

T.J. McNamara, “From indignation to contemplation”, New Zealand Herald, 1987

Elva Bett, New Zealand Art, Auckland: Reed Methuen, 1986 (illustrated book)

Luit Beiringa, Context/Content: A Survey of Recent New Zealand Art, Wellington: National Art Gallery, 1986 (illustrated catalogue)

T.J. McNamara, Artis solo show review, New Zealand Herald, 1986

Douglas McGill, “New Zealand finds artistic roots in West”, The New York Times, 18 January, 1985

J.Taylor Basker, “From “Down Under” art to Northern Stars”, Artspeak 6(9) (New Zealand) 16 January, 1985

UNKNOWN, “Stephen Bambury: Interview”, Splash #3, pages 2-12, 1985

Barbara Goodman, “Biting the Big Apple”, Pacific Way (Air NZ magazine), page 24-25, 1984

Peter Shaw, “Artists storm NY”, New Zealand Times, 1984

UNKNOWN, “Titirangi painter awarded $7000 arts grant”, Western Leader (New Zealand) page 24, 1984

UNKNOWN, NZNY, Auckland Star (New Zealand), 1984

UNKNOWN, “A big impact”, Auckland Star (New Zealand), 1984

Bridie Lonie, “Seven Painters – The Eighties”, Otago Daily (New Zealand),1983

Cheryll Sotheran, “Seven Painters/The Eighties”, Auckland Star (New Zealand),1983

Elva Bett, “Gallery looks again at Gopas”, Dominion Post (Wellington),1983

Stephen Ellis, “Seven Painters/The Eighties”, New Outlook (New Zealand) page 38, 1983

T.J. McNamara, Seven Painters/The Eighties (mention), New Zealand Herald, 1983

Wystan Curnow, “Seven Painters/The Eighties, The Politics of Abstraction”, Art New Zealand 28, pages 34-38, 56, 1983

Linda Gill, “Seven Artists The Eighties”, Insight 3(1) page 97, 1982

UNKNOWN, “Painting Exhibition”, The Christchurch Press, 1982

Elva Bett, “Fruit and veges yield to art”, The Dominion (Wellington) 1981

Neil, Rowe, “New gallery blesses the Capital”, The Evening Post (Wellington), 1981

Gordon H. Brown, Reviews, Auckland Star (New Zealand), 1980

T.J. McNamara, “Site Works”, New Zealand Herald, 1980

UNKNOWN, Outreach Nine Artists, Air NZ magazine, 1980

Gordon Brown, UNKNOWN, Auckland Star (New Zealand), 1979

T.J. McNamara, “Painter Hits Logical Point”, New Zealand Herald, 1979

Jeff Scholes, “Exhibitions”, Auckland Star (New Zealand), 1978

T.J. McNamara, “Pattern emerging for shows”, New Zealand Herald, 1978

T.J. McNamara, “Exhibition Avoids Abstract Tendency”, New Zealand Herald, 1978

Dugald Page, “Non-objective Exhibitions”, New Zealand Herald, 1977

T.J. McNamara, “Unusual Colours Used”, New Zealand Herald, 1977

T.J. McNamara, “Exhibition Sensitive, Interesting”, New Zealand Herald, 1977

T.J. McNamara, “Exhibition Has Fine Paintings”, New Zealand Herald, 1977

UNKNOWN, “New Gallery to show abstract”, Auckland Tourist Times (New Zealand), 1977

UNKNOWN, “Central city art gallery opens”, City News, 1977

T.J. McNamara, “Select Festival Art Exhibition”, New Zealand Herald, 1976

UNKNOWN, “Round Galleries”, The Auckland Star, 1975

Please note:
this list has been referenced as a Chicago Reference Style for bibliographies (2009)
However, author names are always listed as 'first, last', the year of publication is always given at the end,
and full dates are listed as 'day-month-year'.
All articles are listed chronologically by year then alphabetically
according to the author's first name, titles within a book, catalogue etc.
Additional information is given in brackets.
Items are listed as 'illustrated' if they include images of the artist and/or his works.