James Robinson in ‘Abstraction from The Suter’s collection IV’ 4 – Nov 2023-24 March 2024

Over the Summer be sure to check out James Robinson’s work at the Suter Art Gallery in Nelson. Disruptive Order: Abstraction from The Suter’s collection IV Saturday, November 4, 2023 – Sunday, March 24, 2024 The Suter Art Gallery208 Bridge StreetNelson, 7010New Zealand This is the fourth exhibition in a series that showcases different ways… View more


7 Nov – 1 Dec:  Jacqui Colley – To the sea Simon Ogden – con.form.i.ty OPENING: Tues 7 Nov, 5.30pm 5 – 22 Dec:  XMAS ’23 Philippa Blair, Nigel Buxton, Rebecca Harris, Thomas Hancock, Simon Ogden, Janna van Hasselt, Euan Macleod, Richard McWhannell, Vivienne Murchison, Chris Pole, James Robinson, Chloe Summerhayes, Terry Stringer OPENING: Tues… View more

Jacqui Colley in Art New Zealand

We are thrilled to be presenting a solo exhibition ‘To the sea‘ by Wellington based artist Jacqui Colley, opening 7 November 2023. Jacqui Colley was born in Zambia, she was raised in Cape Town, South Africa where she studied graphic design at Cape Peninsula University of Technology before moving to New Zealand in 1996. Jacqui… View more

Philippa Blair features in Art Zone

Philippa Blair features in the latest issue of Art Zone Colours collide like tectonic plates Philippa Blair is a women on the move; walking through streets, flying over continents or pushing paint, Catharina van Boheman finds the seasoned artist still has movement.

Artists Talk – Thurs 14 Sept, 12pm

Join Sefton Rani and Maurice Lye as they talk about their current exhibitions. Free entry, all welcome! Sefton Rani: [Crossroads] Maurice Lye: Face Value Exhibition dates: 12 Sept – 6 October

Aiko Robinson interview

More Than Reproduction interview Aiko Robinson about her printmaking practice for their July profile feature. The Japanese art of Shunga is an ongoing source of creative and cultural inspiration for you, and is traditionally associated with woodblock printing and painting. In this context, what has drawn you to expand its application to lithography and copper-plate etching? Japanese… View more

Joanna Braithwaite interview

‘In the Studio with Joanna Braithwaite’ – Wife of an Art Dealer Q. What’s the process you go through when painting a work? A. I am the look out for experiences or visual occurrences that make me think these are often the starting point for a series which l then go about researching …. Visits… View more

The Press 10 Exhibitions to see in July

The Press 10 Exhibitions to see in July Hannah Watkinson Like oil and water Documentary photographer, artist and social and political commentator Hannah Watkinson’s photographs are layered in narrative upon narrative, encouraging us to look and look again. Among the images in Like oil and water, Watkinson’s Estuary seems to outwardly carry the trappings and weight of a… View more

Curators Floortalk with Polly Gilroy & Janna van Hasselt

CURATOR’S FLOOR TALK Saturday 24 June 12 Noon Join artist and exhibition curator Polly Gilroy as she discusses ‘a colour has many faces’ a selected group show featuring works by Salome Tanuvasa, Janna van Hasselt, Poppy Lekner, Lily Custance, Polly Gilroy   Polly will be joined by exhibiting artist Janna van Hasselt who will discuss… View more

James Robinson interview in Art Beat – Metropol

Warren Feeney talks to James Robinson in the lead up to his solo exhibition ‘Witches’ Song’ at PG gallery192 during March.   “James Robinson is an expressionist artist assosiated with a generation of painters in New Zealand that gained national prominence in the early 2000’s”

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