Review of Joanna Braithwaites exhibition ‘Warbler’ in the current Spring Issue 171 of Art New Zealand. Jasmine Gallagher unpacks the curious and witty collection of Braithwaites latest oil paintings shown in May-June earlier this year. As I look into the eyes of the peacock again I sense wounded accusation and pity, and I realise the greedy… View more
27 August – 20 September: Julia Holden – Newly Formed Rebecca Harris – Somewhere To Go OPENING Mon 26 August, 5:30pm 24 September – 11 October – Katharina Jaeger, Kristin Stephenson (Hollis) OPENING Mon 23 September, 5:30pm 15 October – 1 November – Philippa Blair, Polly Gilroy OPENING Mon 14 October, 5:30pm 5 November – 29 November… View more
Warren Feeney unpacks Tony Bond’s exhibition ‘Punt’ at PG Gallery192 in May- June 2019. “Punt is a milestone of an exhibition on Bond’s practice, confirming that there is much more still to come from this artist.” for the full online review, click here. For more information on Tony Bond‘s exhibtion ‘Punt‘, click here.
Join Tim Veling and Ana Catalina Vicuna as they each talk about their exhibitions and their approach to their practice. Free entry, all welcome!
TALK : Wed 5 June, 12pm. English born, New Zealand raised and now Sydney-based, Joanna Braithwaite is recognised for her imaginative oil paintings which explore the interrelationships between humans and animals. Join Grant Banbury for a slide presentation on Wed 5 June at 12noon, as he discusses Joanna’s career, giving insight into a menagerie of… View more
Congratulations to Joanna Braithwaite who has won a major Australian award, the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize with the painting pictured. We are proud to be hosting her exhibition ‘Warbler’ at PG gallery192 until 14 June, 2019.
Viv Kepes is a North Canterbury based artist. Having developed a love of the outdoors from an early age, subjects from the natural world are often a focus in her work. Kepes is a current MFA candidate at the University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts. She received a BFA with First Class Honours in… View more
Warren Feeney unpacks Robert McLeod’s exhibition ‘Balancing Act’ at PG Gallery192 in October 2018. “Robert Mcleod’s Balancing Act at PGgallery192 was a welcome and unanticipated reminder that Expressionist painting remains as timely and applicable to the 21st century as it was to Germany and Europe in the 1930s. Commenting on the paintings selected for exhibition, Mcleod positioned them within the… View more
Christchurch born artist Aiko Robinson‘s current exhibition ‘Folding in Forests’ at PG Gallery192 features in Warren Feeney’s article of top 12 exhibitions you must see in November. As an artist of Japanese and New Zealand heritage, Aiko was lucky to be awarded the Monbukagakusho: MEXT scholarship, from the Government of Japan to enable foreign students to study at Japanese… View more
Wellington artist Robert McLeod’s exhibition ‘Balancing Act’ at PG Gallery192 features in Warren Feeney’s article of top 10 exhibitions you must see in October. Robert Mcleod’s perverse ‘Disneyesque’ figures in Balancing Act are a response by the artist to the current state of prejudice and intolerance in the world. Mcleod comments that he “grew up reading science fiction,… View more