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Vanished Delft: Handmade Material Culture at The Pah Homestead is an exhibition of contemporary objectmaking within rooms that were once home to one of New Zealand’s most extravagant collections of furniture and fittings.Find out more »
The Wallace Arts Trust stages exhibitions of Recent Acquisitions on a regular basis throughout the year to acknowledge the support of the visual arts in New Zealand through the Trust’s on-going and active acquisition programme. The works in Erased Tattoo have been acquired by the Trust over the last 12 months.Find out more »
Max Oettli, born of Swiss-German parentage in 1947, arrived in New Zealand at the age of ten. His connection with photography began in 1965. Oettli has been a serious photographer since 1967 with a first one-man exhibition in 1970 (Wynard Tavern, Auckland) followed by the publication ‘A Visual Dialect’ in collaboration with twelve other photographers. He has had many exhibitions in New Zealand from 1970 to the present.Find out more »
This exhibition explores themes of cyclical repetition and redirection, in an immersive 360-degree animated installation arising out of a collaboration between seven artists/animators located in different parts of the globe.Find out more »
Portraits by and of Leo Bensemann are foremost among 50 outstanding examples created by the Christchurch-based artists known as The Group, in the middle decades of last century. Drawn from private and public collections, names such as Evelyn Page, Olivia Spencer Bower, Rita Angus, Toss Woollaston, Doris Lusk and Colin McCahon come to life as both subjects and artists.Find out more »
'Here, Now, Then, Always' is a diverse photography exhibition curated from the extensive body of photographic works held by the Wallace Arts Trust.Find out more »
This exhibition brings together a diverse range of artists and art forms that collide under their connection to the South.Find out more »
The exhibition EVENTS GROWING FROM THE EDGE OF SPACES is staging recent works by the artist duo EDWARDS+JOHANN.
Edwards and Johann's collaborative work interweaves drawing, painting, performative activities, video and installation with photography. A connecting thread in their visual storytelling is the use of the obsessive line drawing over an existing object as motif for the tensions and dichotomies inherent in life.