Ford's skilful compositions pull at the threads of the heart to remind us of our connections to culture, history and art making.
Showcasing the strength of Samoan art within the New Zealand and international contemporary art scene.
Exploring the adaptation of new material and technology by a people who were not restricted by customary practice.
Lee has captured the underlying theme of transparency in A Leaf
Julia Morison has appropriated a Victorian card game of the same name into a large-scale group of paintings.
Stopover is is a book and photographic essay on Indian-Fijian migration.
Large flowers made from floor mops attract attention as wall sculptures
The tradition of flower painting in New Zealand dates back to European settlement.
The New Educational Series is a specific re-animation of outmoded instructional and educational materials.
A plague of small rabbits is running riot on the ground floor of the Gallery.
Tony Lane has a passion for the language of painting - historical and contemporary, NZ-based and international.
Altering people’s perspective by creating something they can’t ignore.
ULTRAMarte recognises New Zealand's independence as a Pacific nation, and embraces our strong cultural ties to the countries of our origins.
Ko Tawa is a selection of 28 taonga from the extensive collection of Captain Gilbert Mair
Like Mother Like Daughter celebrates two women artists who are connected to the Bay of Plenty.
Te Huringa / Turning Points Pakeha Colonisation and Maori Empowerment
Ans Westra is an unseen observer, a documenter of contemporary New Zealand life.
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