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UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

4 June – 5 July: COAST – the dynamic boundary between land and sea Featuring: Josh Bashford, Jacqui Colley, Maurice Lye, Euan Macleod, Marian Maguire, Vivienne Murchison, Jenna Packer, Chris Pole, Stefan Roberts 9 – 27 July: Philippa Blair – Afloat Marian Maguire – World OPENING: Tues 9 July, 5.30pm 30 July – 16 August:… View more

Philip Trusttum in Art New Zealand

Grant Banbury wonderfully captures Philip Trusttums’s most recent exhibition ME in the latest issue of Art New Zealand Colourful, forceful and in your face, Me is uninhibited, wild and a winner. Without question, this is the most memorable and most telling dealer gallery presentation by this artist in his hometown for many years. As one… View more

The Press 10 Exhibitions to see in May

In May, Warren Feeney’s list of recommended exhibitions include a tangible encounter with the warm light and land of Aotearoa, and traditions of still-life painting that assume an unanticipated visibility and presence. 1. Nigel Buxton, Folds & Shadows Opening Tuesday 7 May, on until 31 May 2024 “Still life has been a prominent subject in Nigel… View more

THE PRESS: MikiNobu Komatsu – An entrancing look at pre-earthquake Christchurch

Read the full Press Article Here Sydney-based photographer MikiNobu Komatsu’s latest book offers particular poignancy to those who remember Christchurch before the earthquakes. Focusing on the buildings that define a country, his publication – Classic Aotearoa: New Zealand Architecture Through a Photographer’s Eye – features several iconic structures that disappeared from the streets of Ōtautahi… View more

Grant Takle at Te Uru

Collaborative Reddaway / Takle / Urbahn Installation, review by John Hurrell in Eye Contact. Exhibition at Te Uru, Titirangi until 26 May. “Takle’s joined-up sequence of cut up vinyl discs (cut into quarters, halves and three-quarters) positioned on the floor and walls, opens the unusual possibility of creating poetry like that of John Cage or Jackson Mac… View more

Euan Macleod Documentary – Orange Regional Gallery

Euan Macleod ‘FLUX’ at Orange Regional Gallery, NSW Watch: Recently released documentary on Euan Macleod’s current exhibition ‘FLUX’. This short video explores Macleod’s trip to Huapapa Tasman Glacier in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park in New Zealand in early 2023, and also features the production of Macleod’s astonishing series of over 200 portraits of Geoff Dixon. Exhibition in NSW on until 2… View more

ARTIST TALK – Andrew Bond – Sat 20 April, 11am

Join Andrew Bond for a discussion about his new exhibition: A Playlist for Nipper Saturday 20 April, 11am

CANCELLED – Artist Talk- MikiNobu Komatsu – Sat 13 April, 11am

Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances MikiNobu Komatsu’s artist talk on Saturday 13 April has been cancelled. The gallery will remain open on Saturday with our regular hours, so we encourage you to visit our wonderful exhibitions as a great rainy day activity. Join Sydney based photographer MikiNobu Komatsu as he describes Classic Aotearoa, a photographic project that… View more

Metropol Feature

Poignant art Experience an art exhibition that speaks to the universal themes of love and humanity through the lens of time. PGgallery 192 invites you to view Euan Macleod’s collection, showcasing the bitter sweet journey of familial bonds through the unravelling timelines of youth and old age. Having exhibited extensively in both Australia and New… View more

The Press 10 Exhibitions to see in March

Warren Feeney lists Euan MacLeod’s exhibition ‘June and Henry’ as one to see in March. PGgallery192, 192 Bealey Ave, Christchurch. March 5 to April 5. In June and Henry, neo-expressionist Euan Macleod makes touching and confronting observations about family and relationships, his mother June and grandson Henry. Macleod delivers a moving commentary on the human… View more

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