• Krystie Wade: The Space Between
  • Krystie Wade: The Space Between

    Open: 01 April – 20 April 2014


    Krystie Wade creates landscapes and environments that one can only explore through interaction with her painting. Her abstracted and fragmented works create a space for the viewer to imagine and construct one’s own landscape. Essay excerpt Vanessa Eve Cook

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  • Sue Hawker
  • Sue Hawker

    Open: 01 April – 20 April 2014


    New Zealander Sue Hawker's extraordinary work in adapting the traditional methods and scale of pate de verre has earned her reputation as a ground-breaker in the field of international glass art.

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Opens: 22 April

Five artists respond to issues surrounding environments and communities at risk.

View exhibition  data[@alias='PageTitle']Lisa Rayner: Shifting Ground

Opens: 20 May

Shifting Ground is an ongoing study of the plasticity of paint through continual reimagined and re-experienced painted spaces.

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data[@alias='PageTitle']Bob Kerr: Number One Field Punishment

April 2014

On now at Tauranga Art Gallery, this is a powerful narrative exhibition detailing one of the dark stories of New Zealand's involvement in World War I and specifically the treatment Archibald Baxter (the father of James K Baxter) experienced as a conscientious objector.

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data[@alias='Title']Kathryn Stevens

Frame (essay Leigh Martin) 2010

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Whitespace Contemporary Art

Directors Deborah White and Kenneth Johnson are proud to represent many of New Zealand's senior artists alongside outstanding emerging and mid-career talent. They present a vigorous exhibition programme of New Zealand and Pacific contemporary art, with regular international projects, and are committed to many public and community art projects.

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