Coming up: 24 July – 30 October 2022. 'Thresholding' by Jack Trolove at Pātaka Art + Museum.
Kia Maharatia - To Remember. A group show featuring: Anton Forde, Penny Howard, Bob Kerr. 6 – 17 May 2022. Te Auaha Gallery, Te Aro, Wellington.
Voices of Earth [Other Histories] series, Oil on stretched canvas, 2021.
4 – 27 March 2022, Waiheke Island. Featuring a major installation by Anton Forde.
Opening: Sunday 16 January 2022 at Gabriella Lewenz Gallery on Waiheke Island. 16 January–5 February 2022.
Jack Trolove's new exhibition is open now at Te Manawa Museum. On until 29 April 2022.
28 November–4 December 2021. New paintings by Bob Kerr. Open day, Sunday 28 November, 11am–4pm.
21–27 November 2021. Gerry will be on-site Sunday 21 November, 11am–4pm with music by izzy + moe from 2pm.
Kōhatu o te Wai Pounamu Totoweka / South Island Nephrite mounted on Volcanic Basalt from the Albert Barracks Wall.
7–14 November 2021. Keening (Auckland preview). In the sculpture studio of Terry Stringer.
Rangatira, 320 x 330 x 720mm inc base. Kahurangi and Totoweka (red nephrite)
Parliament's new art gallery, Te Papakura, will shine a light on Aotearoa's emerging artists and communities. The Beehive, 2nd floor, Wellington. Exhibition includes Penny Howard "Ahika- Faith"
SOTHEBY'S LOT 42, Kotiate parāoa - whakahoki Graphite on Paper 594mm h x 841mm w unframed 780mm h x 980 w framed
Opening 13 August 2021 – Two exhibitions by Lauren Lysaght at Te Manawa Museum Exhibition open 14 August – 21 November
Bridging the disciplines of painting, design, music, and poetry in his prolific and ubiquitous creative practice.
On until 30 May 2021 Corban Estate Arts Centre
Including James Ormsby, 'Toi Tū Toi Ora' is the largest exhibition in the 132-year history of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.
Including Lauren Lysaght and Madeleine Child 'Corner Dairy' positions the New Zealand dairy as representing ingenuity, economy of means, nostalgia and a sense of fun.
4 Galleries. 1 Amazing Art Experience. Join us upstairs in the Sapphire Room at Ponsonby Central for Artweek Auckland's most anticipated pop-up show.
See 'Painting out of time' an overview of Wheeler’s work from 2004 to 2019 from the Wallace Arts Trust collection.
Commenting on our relationship with, and how we treat and value the natural world, 'Sentinels & Sea Change' on until 12 July 2020.
'Two Sketches' is a webseries featuring a selection of New Zealand illustrators, artists, comic artists, cartoonists, sketchers and doodlers.
Faced with past and present threats to ocean life, Te Tuhi's 'Moana Don't Cry' featuring Ioane Ioane, addresses the need to protect life as kaitiaki (guardians) with a duty of care for the planet entrusted to us.
Kenneth Merrick is included in Unitec's upcoming exhibition 'Te Tātai o Matariki' and 'Transitions トランジションズ' opening at ICA Space Higashinihonbashi in Tokyo, Japan.
Help to achieve the goal of bringing a unique piece of printing equipment to New Zealand.
Whitespace is delighted to participate with work by both Lianne Edwards and Jack Trolove.
Emma Louise Pratt. 6–23 August. Artist Talk: Thu 8 Aug, 12noon.
Lee invites you to enter a dreamscape transit lounge. An installation accessible to ticket holders for 'Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality' on display at Te Papa Tongarewa.
In 'Kutarere Sunrise' opening at Whakatāne Museum and Arts, Lysaght encourages audiences to take the hand of her childhood self and brings them with her into the butcher shop once owned by her dad, Nelson Lysaght.
Ioane Ioane will embark on a journey exploring his cultural roots and the art of building a Va’aaolo, as the 2018 Creative New Zealand Samoa Artist in Residence.
23 January – 15 February, 2019.
Congratulations to John Pusateri winner of the 2018 $20,000 New Zealand Painting and Printmaking Award.