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September 2018

27th Annual Wallace Art Awards 2018

September 3 - November 4

Finalists of the 27th Annual Wallace Art Awards 2018 include Rebecca Agnew, Alice Alva, John Badcock, Stephen Bailey and more. Winners will be announced on Monday 3 September with the exhibition open to the public from Tuesday 4 September. 

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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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Wallace Secondary School Art Awards

September 18 - November 11

In spirit of the Wallace Art Awards, the Wallace Secondary School Art Awards recognise and celebrate emerging artistic talent in New Zealand.

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October 2018

Yours Sincerely

October 2 - October 18

Yours Sincerely demonstrates how both the quiet and the loud can be combined to inform how we imagine Aotearoa’s future.

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A Few

October 30 - December 7

A Few is the third installment in an ongoing series of natural history illustrations depicting native and resident species by emerging artist Erin Forsyth. A variety of flora and fauna are represented in this collection with special attention given to the butterflies pepe or pūrerehua (Lepidoptera), manu/birds (Avifauna), pekapeka/bats (Chiroptera) and rakau/trees.

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November 2018

Little, Little, Big

November 6, 2018 - February 3, 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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Night Walk – Bonneville

November 8 - December 9

Night Walk – Bonneville documents a performance on the famous Bonneville Salt Flats (Utah) in the haze of the 2018 California wildfires. Night Walk is a series of performance walks conducted as blind navigations in various locations, as part of the artist’s ongoing study into nomadic states.

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