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May 2018

The Long View

May 29 - July 22

Harking back to the 19th Century when artists like Alfred Sharpe and John Kinder were making images of the city-in-progress that would become colonial Auckland, Mary Macpherson’s ‘long view’ of Tāmaki Makaurau is both a product of its times and an imaginative response to the subtropical metropolis.

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Round and Round

May 29 - July 22

Thornley’s working process can be described as fluid. She continually shifts from one genre to the next, portraiture to still life to landscape. Round and Round presents all three modes with works that allude to a temporal and a never-ceasing ebb and flow

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June 2018

Kaporangi Kiriata: CineMarae

June 26 - July 22

CineMarae brings together, for the first time, a collection of artworks inspired by the kaupapa of the long-running Wairoa Māori Film Festival. The collection includes works by Natasha Keating, Tracey Tawhiao, George Nuku, Tame Iti, Charlotte Graham, Ratu Tibble, Miigizi, Assinajaq, Kereama Taepa, Johnson Witehira and Matthew Randall.

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July 2018

2018 Adam Portraiture Award

July 3 - August 19

The Adam Portraiture Award is New Zealand’s premier portraiture prize. Supported by the Adam Foundation the award highlights the power of portraiture and celebrates New Zealanders and the portrait painters who represent them.

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Here We Are

July 10 - September 2

Upon entering Here We Are, you could be forgiven for feeling confused, for struggling to find the link between these, at times, disparate works. Confronted by a wildly varied selection, at first the link may seem tenuous. Examine the labels and it becomes clear. Emily Karaka, Liz Maw, Ane Tonga. This is the artwork of women.

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Collapsing Borders

July 24 - September 16

Traces of the presence of borders are everywhere in our lives, as individuals, as societies and as nations. In the actualization of our individual and collective selves, our individual and collective identities, borders are anxiously constructed to maintain illusory points of difference.

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Recent Acquisitions

July 24 - September 16

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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She watched her wings fly, her mouth shut, her feet run

July 24 - September 16

This exhibition presents a selection of works from 2011; during the period Liyen Chong was artist in residence at the McCahon House Artists’ Residency in French Bay Auckland (Feb-May 2011).

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September 2018

Ragpicker at 4am

September 18 - November 11

Award winning illustrator, cartoonist and ceramicist Anna Crichton, travelled to Varanasi, India, on a three-month artist residency in 2017 to explore the sculptural potential of bead and thread embroidery and woodblock carving - and to find an abstract way of telling stories.

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Protest

September 18 - November 11

The exhibition Protest traces back to the early stage of John Miller’s photographic career. From the years 1967-1972 he began to document Vietnam War protests in Auckland and other city centres as a young student (secondary and university); and as the photographer for Auckland University’s student weekly magazine Craccum.

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Weaving Pā with Pah

September 18 - November 11

Weaving Pā with Pah invites to you explore the Little Gallery where landscape paintings, sculpture, tāonga and a virtual reality artwork create a window in time - offering a glimpse into the Māori and European history of the Pah Homestead.

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