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SASKIA LEEK

Early Telepaths

Early Telepaths presents a new suite of paintings by Saskia Leek. The works in this exhibition represent the continuation of an extended period of research by the artist, who in 2016 completed her MFA... Read More
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May

WORLD VIEW

Mapping the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Collection

World View takes a journey through the Dunedin Public Art Gallery collection, mapping the geographical strengths that have come to shape it over time. From the Italian Renaissance, through Edo perio... Read More
ends 9
June

A CERTAIN VISUAL ARGOT

British Modernism from the Early to Mid-Twentieth Century

The flourishing of modernism in early twentieth century British visual art sought to revitalise painting and sculpture in that country. Numerous art societies, groups and movements arose as a respon... Read More
ends 9
June

IN MOTION

The Moving Parts of Contemporary Art

This exhibition explores ideas of movement, motion and interactivity through the contemporary art practices of Sara Hughes, Tiffany Singh, Rebecca Baumann, David Haines and Joyce Hinterding. In this f... Read More
ends 29
September

TONY DE LAUTOUR

US V THEM

Welcome to the low-brow, high-art world of Tony de Lautour’s paintings, sculptures and ceramics. One of New Zealand’s leading painters, de Lautour’s early works drew from wide-rangin... Read More
ends 6
October

JOHN REYNOLDS

The Falls

‘A godless world is as mysterious as one suffused with divinity, and the difference between the two may be less than you think.’John Gray, Seven Types of Atheism (2018) With The Falls, a ... 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
ends 31
December

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
ends 31
December