Gifted showcases a selection of works that have been gifted to Tauranga Art Gallery.
A thought provoking work full of drama that questions an individual’s identity.
In Nga Kakahu, Jo Torr explores the interrelation of Māori cloaks and European blankets.
An exhibition titled The Captain to commemorate the 240th anniversary of James Cook's arrival.
Tauranga artist, Marijon Spee's two installations visually surprise with her imaginative use of materials.
This installation is visually insightful, elucidating many aspects about history and contemporary ideas about consumerism.
Williams has constructed a custom-made ship to symbolise the cultural connections of Tauranga’s waterfront.
Rembrandt van Rijn (1606 – 1669) is widely recognised as one of the greatest etchers in the history of the medium.
Breath of Wind is a sound and video work featuring 17 hot air balloons and the Levin Brass Band.
Wilson is best known for her strong portraits, painted in a representational manner.
Prints from Aratoi Wairarapa Museum of Art & History and The Rutherford Trust Collection.
Antarctica brings together work by Joyce Campbell, Anne Noble and Connie Samaras.
The narrative of a woman, the Farmer’s Wife, who leaves, or escapes, the family farm with a traveller.
Some of the photographers employ techniques dating back to the 19th century.
Decked is a display of artworks created from blank skateboard decks by a selection of artists and designers.
Nigel Brown gifted 44 of his works to the Tauranga Art Gallery, which form the basis of this exhibition.
Pahoia-based Liz Bailey is a painter, printmaker and object artist whose work is in collections around the world.
The collection is to reflect the Bank’s heritage, which dates back to the formation of the colony.
Each form is identical in its physical shape. But each form is individual in its decoration.
Banners focuses on Don Driver's robust assemblages and sculptures.
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