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July 2017

25 Years of Winners: The Wallace Art Awards Paramount Winners 1992-2016

July 4 - September 3

This exhibition celebrates the past twenty-five Paramount Award Winners with an exhibition of the winning works at the Pah Homestead.

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Scott Eady: From Vladivostok with Love

July 11 - September 10

Scott Eady spent three months in the Russian Far East city of Vladivostok as the recipient of the first inaugural Martin Tate Wallace Artists Residency. This new series of photographic work investigates things from everyday experiences that were both surprising and ordinary.

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Lang Ea: Shadow cannot exist without light

July 11 - September 10

Shadow cannot exist without light is drawn from Lang Ea’s two journeys to China, with the most recent being the Red Gate Artist Residency in Beijing, China in 2016 (1st - 29th of August); and the inclusion of three paintings inspired by a trip from about ten years prior.

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Akiko Diegel: i wish my wish

July 11 - September 10

The installation i wish my wish was developed by Diegel during her stay at the ISCP in 2012. It is an ongoing project formed at different localities with each iteration adapted to reflect particular audiences.

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Graham Fletcher: Situation Rooms

July 11 - September 10

“The narrative impetus behind my work has to do with my experience of life as a person of mixed Samoan and European heritage and how cultural, social, and psychological states of being play out in my practice. More recently, I have been inspired by a number of private collections of tribal and ‘primitive’ art, which led to my researching the critical legacy of the widespread European tradition of housing collections of Oceanic or African tribal art in domestic settings."

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Bronwynne Cornish: Ursa Major/Ursa Minor

July 11 - September 10

During her residence at the Vermont Studio Center, Cornish became inspired by the surrounding environment and produced a new body of work. She created a life-size bear using clay, which she attempted to fire in a large bonfire-like kiln. The firing was a big social occasion in the evening with many from VSC sharing company around the fire. Unfortunately the bear did not survive the firing and blew up in the process with only the feet remaining intact. Ursa Major/Ursa Minor presents Cornish’s bear as it now is, documented in video, photography, and booklet form. These each provide a sense of her creative process and what was a special experience.

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Visesio Siasau: ‘Uli ‘i he ‘Uli

July 11 - September 10

Visesio developed a new series of paintings during his residency at the International Studio and Curatorial Program, which he was awarded after winning the Wallace Art Awards Paramount Award. He continued to develop the new series upon his return to New Zealand. Three of the works from this new series are on display in this exhibition. These paintings on canvas, each titled ‘Uli ‘i he ‘Uli (Black on Black) and numbered in Tongan from one to eight (Taha to Valu), are black with hard edge geometric shapes.

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Sam Mitchell: Hell’s Kitchen Series, 2011-2012

July 11 - September 10

Sam's stay at International Studio and Curatorial Program in 2011 was a stimulating creative experience. She found and used many sources of reference for developing new work in New York and on return in New Zealand. The Hell’s Kitchen series (six small drawings) and small drawing on display present a small sample from this time.

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We Are Here And We Are Everywhere At Once

July 14 - September 3

Exploring the persistent urge to be attached to places and have profound ties with them in an era of virtual travel, We Are Here And We Are Everywhere At Once is a moving image installation created by an international collaboration.

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Recent Acquisitions | The Wallace Arts Trust Collection

July 26 - August 20

An exhibition displaying recent acquisitions to the Wallace Arts Trust Collection over the last 12 months.

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