11 February – 21 February Summer Revolving Stock Show 25 February – 20 March Donna-Marie Patterson & Vivienne Murchison OPENING Mon 24 February, 5:30pm 24 March – 24 April John Reynolds OPENING Mon 23 March, 5:30pm 28 April – 22 May James Robinson OPENING Mon 28 April, 5:30pm 26 May – 19 June Grant… View more
Please join us on Wednesday 27 November at 12noon for a floor talk with Andy Leleisi’uao about his current exhibition Dispersed Humanoids Free entry, all welcome!
Please join us on Tuesday 12 November at 12noon for a floor talk with Marian Maguire about her current exhibition Meander & An Untitled Journey Free entry, all welcome! NEWS: – In other news, one of Marian’s lithographs from her 2011 Titokowaru’s Dilemma series is to be included in the major exhibition Troy: myth and reality… View more
Born in 1969, Andy Leleisi’uao grew up in Mangere, South Auckland. He was awarded a scholarship to attend AUT and received a Master of Fine Arts with honours in 2002. He has exhibited throughout New Zealand and has been involved in solo and group exhibitions in Australia, Rarotonga, Germany, Taiwan, and the USA. Andy’s current exhibition ‘Dispersed… View more
Georgina Tarren- Sweeney unpacks Julia’s exhibition ‘Newly Formed’ at PG Gallery192 in August – September 2019. “Julia Holden’s new works, fresh from her Whanganui residency at Tylee Cottage.” For more information on Julia Holden‘s exhibtion ‘Newly Formed‘, click here.
Julia Holden, Self Portrait (Mark and Paul Rayner), 2019, Archival pigment print, 1750 x 1412mm The Wallace Arts Trust Vermont Award Julia Holden receives a three-month residency at the Vermont Studio Centre in Vermont, USA. Judges’ comment: “The arresting use of the portrait and figure in this work stood out to the judges and made… View more
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