Joanna Langford's installation has an organic, whimsical feel about it, especially for the Gallery Atrium.
A collection of work by the New Zealand-born, Australian-based artist, who uses feathers - often from road kill - for her artworks.
Twenty-three works from the Victorian and Edwardian eras, were sourced from around New Zealand
The Return of Lynley Dodd: A Retrospective features works from Dame Lynley's latest book, Early Bird.
Grand in scale, the works still abound with rich layering, perhaps conjuring the flora in a lush and fabulous garden.
A reminder of the destruction suffered by the Bay of Plenty coastline as the one year anniversary of the grounding approaches.
Haunts of Dickens celebrates the bi-centenary of Charles Dickens' birth in 1812.
The Miles Art Award 2012 is an exhibition of art for, and by, the local community.
The show features more than 150 superb photographic reproductions from Te Papa's permanent art collection
With ground level creations such as The Small Man, The Crowd, and The Outsiders.
A selection of fashion plates from Rudolf Ackermann's 19th century publication Ackermann's Repository of the Arts
A small selection of the Edward Bullmore (1933 - 1978) artworks gifted to the Tauranga Art Gallery in 2006.
Darryn George looks at the shared misfortune suffered by his home of Christchurch, and Tauranga in 2011.
Whakarongo features the work of nine Maori artists from as far north as Auckland and as far south as Christchurch.
Herakles, a hero of ancient Greek myth, is cast in this exhibition as a New Zealand pioneer attempting to tame the land.
Etching became a major medium for picture-making in the Netherlands during the 17th century, the 'golden age' of Dutch art.
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