Tribute is Bob Tulloch's accolade to the people who have made a significant and positive contribution to the city.
A selection of works from the Tauranga Art Gallery collection, with a few hidden secrets.
In May 2011 a group of leading artists from the South Pacific region travelled to a place rarely explored - the Kermadec Islands.
Another Green World is a culmination of years of Elizabeth Thomson's exploration of botanic themes.
The award-winning images in this travelling exhibition will be seen by two million people in 45 countries.
This exhibition rediscovers the work of one of New Zealand's most talented and original artists.
An exhibition featuring works which highlight blackness in New Zealand art - timed for the Rugby World Cup 2011.
Wanganui-born Glen Hayward has been described as 'an illusionist', as he replicates everyday items in wood.
In this one-off show of vibrant large scale works, Taratoa seeks to explore our alternate realities
The portraits in Faces of the Friends have been loaned from private collections belonging to Friends of the Gallery.
A selection of 23 works from Te Papa's collection depicts the variety of subjects, styles and techniques.
With works from artists including Peter McIntyre, Toss Woollaston, Austen Deans, and Dick Frizzell.
Landscape, as a painting genre, remains popular to the present day.
Drawings and prints from Te Papa's collection, illustrating the influence of Italian ideas about art
A selection of images from Lynley Dodd's books, from the earliest to the most recent.
This touring exhibition from Te Papa's collection, features 40 works covering the span of Angus' career from 1929 - 1949.
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