norman miller writer and photographer
norman miller writer and photographer norman miller writer and photographer norman miller writer and photographer norman miller writer and photographer
 

MINER VISIONARIES
Discover Britain

Set a couple of miles from the rugged Northumberland coast just north of Newcastle, Ashington was once the most important coal mining village in the world, home to a cluster of giant pits from the 1860s onwards. And though the black gold dug from this earth fired British homes and factories for over a century it is the  paintings created by a group of local mineworkers that have fired imaginations around the globe.

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INTO THE WOOD
Christie's Magazine

When the gavel fell at $3.8m in Christie's 2005 New York auction of Italian designer Carlo Mollino's 1949 oak-base table, the sale price (around 20 times estimate) was confirmation that so-called “design-art” wood furniture could have the cache and price tags of art – like works of sculpture you just happened to be able to sit or put things on.

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PASIFIKA FESTIVAL - AUCKLAND
Songlines magazine

“Pasifika provides an umbrella for the whole Pacific. Even though each island has a different culture, they all know Auckland is the only place in the world where all the Pacific Island nations come together,” says Taha Fasi, a key player in gathering a rainbow coalition of tiny ocean nations each year for the world's largest celebration of Pacific Island culture.

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