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January 2017

Jill Sorensen: Significant Others

January 16 - February 26
The Pah Homestead TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough
Auckland, New Zealand
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Jill Sorenson

Significant others (alphabetised) Avocado trees Bumblebees Chickens Compost Husband Large Cat Rabbit Small Cat Stepson Vege Garden Wildflower Garden Worms…

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Simon Devitt’s Rannoch

January 16 - February 26
The Pah Homestead TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough
Auckland, New Zealand
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Simon-Devitt

Simon Devitt’s photographs of Rannoch, the home of Sir James Wallace, allow an intimate access while simultaneously retaining a cool aesthetic reserve. Rannoch serves as an exhibition-space hosting regular cultural events while co-existing as the residence of a businessman and philanthropist.

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On Paper: Drawings from the Wallace Arts Trust

January 16 - February 26
The Pah Homestead TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough
Auckland, New Zealand
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On Paper

Our first major exhibition of 2017 features works on paper from the Wallace Arts Trust collection, created with graphic and paint media. This selection aims to showcase the breadth of the Trust’s holdings by presenting nine decades of New Zealand art. Predominantly drawings or watercolours, these works are displayed throughout the first floor galleries and lobby spaces in particular groupings: mid-20th Century, drawings by sculptors, and contemporary practice.

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Barry Lett: 40 Years

January 24 - March 12
The Pah Homestead TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough
Auckland, New Zealand
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Barry Lett

Barry Lett studied art with Paul Olds in Wellington 1961-63 and then briefly attended the Elam School of Fine Art in Auckland in 1964. During the years 1965-1974 he worked as a pioneer art dealer, helping establish an emerging art scene in Auckland. During the 1960s this situation satisfied him and he is proud of the role he played in this development. But as the years rolled over, the desire to make his own art re-emerged as a powerful calling and it grew to dominate his thinking. In 1974, with the Barry Lett Galleries financially secure, he decided it was time to go and he resigned as a dealer to return to his studies as a painter. Since then he has worked full time making paintings, sculpture and drawings. While he is probably best known for sculpture in recent years he has concentrated on painting, developing techniques and subject matter that are uniquely his.

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February 2017

Sean Coyle: Cruising Wonderland

February 14 - April 2
The Pah Homestead TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough
Auckland, New Zealand
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Sean Coyle

Cruising Wonderland is a body of work concerned with articulating new queer perspectives.It invites the converted and unconverted to cruise at leisure through an installation of staged photography and diorama which focuses on sites of homophobic violence in New Zealand and Australia.

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Caryline Boreham: Royal Tour

February 28 - April 9
The Pah Homestead TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough
Auckland, New Zealand
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With the series of photographs taken for Royal Tour, Boreham invites us to reflect on New Zealand’s political history as part of the British Royalty, and what role the monarch still plays in our society today. By documenting the seemingly out-of-place positioning of royal portraits, we are taken on a royal tour of a different kind.

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Mairi Gunn: Common Ground

February 28 - April 9
The Pah Homestead TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough
Auckland, New Zealand
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Mairi Gunn's film Common Ground reflects upon the lived experiences of New Zealand Maori and Scottish Highlanders, and their unique relationship to the land of their ancestors.

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Emma Smith: A smuggler’s trade, your skins and fat for my marching armies

February 28 - April 9
The Pah Homestead TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough
Auckland, New Zealand
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A Smuggler’s Trade, your skins and fat for my marching armies fuses imagined sites and actual places with notions of success and failure, un/healthy competition, and survival.

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Veronica Herber: “swathe”

February 28 - April 9
The Pah Homestead TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough
Auckland, New Zealand
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For the Pah Homestead Veronica Herber is looking at creating a ‘swathe’ of tape fabric running from the upstairs landing through to the Boardroom, the tape will encounter a multitude of surfaces/angles and at times be hanging in mid-air.

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The Art of A. Lois White

February 28 - April 9
The Pah Homestead TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough
Auckland, New Zealand
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A. Lois White has a unique place in New Zealand art of the 20th Century. She followed a path of her own with a particular sensibility and subject matter, appearing disinterested in the directions taken by her peers. Her paintings are primarily figurative, often as narratives that encompass further meaning through the use of allegory. Social comment is imperative.

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