Anya Sinclair's works evoke her upbringing in the bush of Auckland's Waiktakere Ranges, but also bring in the sensory experiences of her travels.
Titled simply, Blackburn's pieces often have more to them than meets the eye.
Featuring 50 works spanning 1984 to 2014 this is the first major survey of Macleod's work to be shown in New Zealand.
Painter and poet Gregory O'Brien found himself following the migratory routes of whales across the South Pacific Ocean.
One for the whales is a project that commenced with an idea by the National Whale Centre's project director meeting with a number of artists
Between the late 1980s and 1990s the Wallace Arts Trust acquired a wide ranging collection of 27 works by the late artist, a number of which are among his most important.
Tracey Williams' work appropriates everyday events, things or ideas, and represents them in ways that asks the viewer to consider how their own sense of reality is constructed.
Top Art is an annual touring exhibition featuring a selection of the NCEA Level 3 portfolios that achieved Excellence in Visual Art in the previous year.
This touring exhibition from Te Papa features black paintings by Hotere alongside Parekowhai's distinctive Venice Biennale work
ART101 is a journey into artistic practice touching on techniques, subject matter, materials and examples of work. ART101 aims to encourage curiosity about art.
Innocents Abroad - Touring the Pacific through a colonial lens is a touring exhibition from Te Papa Tongarewa.
This is a powerful, narrative exhibition detailing one of the dark stories of New Zealand's involvement in World War.
An exhibition of work from leading New Zealand sculptor Terry Stringer.
A Lasting Legacy: Horatio Gordon Robley with works by Bob Kerr & Elizabeth Kyle
With these 12 works - five bronze and stainless steel sculptures and seven mixed media - Dave Roy offers a tribute to the ANZACs.
A new work by Christchurch artist Miranda Parkes, designed especially for the Gallery's unique Atrium space.
Big Wave Aotearoa depicts professional surfers surfing hugely dangerous ocean waves.
This exhibition profiles the work of three leading contemporary Maori artists, Shane Cotton, Israel Birch, and Robert Jahnke.
A selection of 12 paintings and one sculpture by an artist widely acclaimed as one of the greatest contemporary painters of birds.
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