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REBECCA BAUMANN

Untitled (exploded view)

Rebecca Baumann (b. 1983, Perth) has an art practice that spans a range of media including installation, kinetic sculpture and performance. She recently spent two months in Dunedin as part of the Ga... Read More
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July

EVE ARMSTRONG

Growing Demand

Eve Armstrong speaks in the language of the cast-off, interested in the value, currency and sculptural possibilities of materials found and discarded.  Armstrong, who is based in Wellington, gr... Read More
ends 9
July

JACQUELYN GREENBANK

Green Bank: A Window of Archaeological Discovery

A REAR WINDOW PROJECT. Green Bank is a museum display for a mixed, blended and imagined cultural heritage. Each object on display is borne from a pseudo-historical narrative conjured by the artist w... Read More
ends 9
July

NZ PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE COLLECTION

Soften

Softness can describe the smoothness of a surface or the gentle quality of a sound; subtle light effects or the ease with which a thing may be moulded, folded or sliced. It may even be applied to p... Read More
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July

EXPLODED WORLDS

Works from the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Collection

Established in 1884, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery is New Zealand's oldest public art gallery. The richness and quality of its collection remains a testament to a city that placed art and ideas at th... Read More
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July

FRANCES HODGKINS

Open Air, Still Life

Taking Frances Hodgkins’ painting Still Life with Fruit Dishes (c.1937) as a starting point, this exhibition brings together a selection of contemporary and historical artworks including paint... Read More
ends 23
July

CAMPBELL PATTERSON

call sick

Some days the desire to escape is overwhelming. Swaddled in your bed sheets, all responsibilities muffled by their softness, the prospect of writing off the day is a sweet surrender. In this exhib... Read More
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October

SHANNON NOVAK

The Expanded Gallery

In The Expanded Gallery, Shannon Novak explores the potential to extend his work beyond the physical boundaries of the gallery. Expanding from the gallery walls into a range of physical and digital re... Read More
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April

ANDREW BARBER

Folly (stone carpet)

In this site-specific floor painting, Andrew Barber reclaims the floor as a legitimate site for contemporary art. Folly (stone carpet) taps into an historic vein of decorative approaches to flooring a... Read More
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December