“And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it.” Roald Dahl
Take a journey to strange and eerie worlds, where unusual and peculiar animals nestle beneath exotic flora in curious landscapes.
Wander among these creatures and imagine tales starring these unexpected beasts and the curious lands they have come from.
In + Out is an exhibition of indoor and outdoor sculptures created by the ten artists who constitute the Outdoor Sculpture 2001 Society Incorporated.
Collectively Chiara Corbelletto, Bronwynne Cornish, John Edgar, Charlotte Fisher, Fred Graham, Christine Hellyar, Richard Mathieson, Neil Miller, Louise Purvis and Greer Twiss use a wide range of materials and techniques employing unique concepts. This will be the first time that the artists will exhibit both indoor and outdoor sculptures as a group. The exhibition will include works which have been made specifically for the Pah Homestead spaces along with examples of the artists' work in the Wallace Arts Trust Collection.
A catalogue will accompany the exhibition and will include an essay by Elizabeth Rankin as well as individual texts written by the artists.
In + Out is an exhibition of indoor and outdoor sculptures created by the ten artists who constitute the Outdoor Sculpture 2001 Incorporated Society.
Outdoor Sculpture 2001 Incorporated Society will be hosting a series of artist talks as part of In + Out. These talks will take place on April 25, May 2, May 16, May 30 and June 6.
All the talks are free to attend and will begin at 11.30am.
You are invited to join us for the opening of three new exhibitions, Auckland Festival of Photography’s Annual Commission 2011 - 2014, Stephanie O'Connor: Release the Hounds Stephanie O'Connor: Release the Hounds Stephanie O'Connor: Release the Hounds and Martin Ball: DRAWN, 1975 - 2015.
Thank you to Ara Wines for sponsoring this opening event - a perfect partnership between contemporary art and Ara’s modern take on Marlborough wine styles.