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November 2018

Little, Little, Big

November 6, 2018 - March 10, 2019

With her clever and unusual line work, Susan King sets up a mesmerizing display. Pen, pencil and marker simultaneously expose their own materiality, whilst also evolving into new organisms.

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Something is happening here

November 6, 2018 - March 10, 2019

Something is happening here covers some twenty years of Bill Hammond’s practice as presented from the Wallace Arts Trust collection. A beginning point are interiors painted in the early 1980s.

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February 2019

LightWing

February 12 - March 31

LightWing Uwe Rieger / Yinan Liu 12 February - 31 March 2019 AV Gallery, The Pah Homestead The Opening Night…

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Pet Photo Booth

February 12 - March 31

The Pet Photo Booth was conceived in Perth, Western Australia as a tribute to Yvonne Doherty’s hideously ugly and demented poodle Joe Louie. Yvonne desperately wanted a portrait with a likeness to Joe Louie in his younger and cuter days, unfortunately this was no longer possible. Yvonne made it her mission to photograph other people’s pets before they too declined in to shadows of their former selves.

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First I Lay With Adam

February 12 - March 31

FIRST I LAY WITH ADAM by Sam Duckor-Jones is a personal response to Pride and queerness.  His installation features large ceramic vases in neon pink, alongside tiny close-up drawings of hair and skin, crammed into former domestic spaces of the historic Pah Homestead.

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Recent Acquisitions by the Wallace Arts Trust

February 12 - March 31

The Trust stages exhibitions of recent acquisitions on a regular basis throughout the year. These demonstrate the support we give the visual arts through our ongoing, active and widespread acquisition programme.

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March 2019

Old Energies

March 13 - April 29

Old Energies draws on the creative input of two contemporary artists, Josephine Cachemaille and Alan Ibell, who have produced new work inspired by the Wallace Arts Trust Collection and the Pah Homestead. Both artists playfully cast themselves in the roles of analyst or medium, tasked with exposing and channelling the relationships between the collection works, the historic building and their own art works.

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April 2019

Club Tumeke

April 9 - June 9

These landscapes tell a story of whānau and the connectedness being a part of a community brings: realising potential relationships through shared experiences and working together which provides people with a sense of belonging.

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