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Current Exhibitions

You are invited to the opening of two exhibitions that our part of our Matariki celebrations this year

Alongside these exhibitions are two public events:
  • Saturday Gallery Club #6, a kowhaiwhai workshop for children

  • Matariki 20x20, a series of quickfire presentations that share a wealth of Maori creativity (featuring Jon Tootill and Charlotte Graham)

Huahua Manu

Tony Brown, Peggy Glover, Charlotte Graham, Hera Johns, Jermaine Reihana, Kahu Scott, Te Atiwei Ririnui and Ruth Woodbury

Curated by Ruth Woodbury

Fri. 26 June – Sun. 26 July 2015 | FREE
Opening Thurs. 25 June, 6 - 8pm

He huahua te kai, he wai te kai

Puanga / Matariki is a time to come together to take a breath, to look back, look forward and share with one another. It is a time to acknowledge the evolution that continues in art practices and knowledge. Being offered at this time is Huahua Manu a visual feast of different art mediums featuring eight artists who manifest their stories through clay carvings, Maori weaving, painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture and installation.

Nga mihi ki te mahi toi no te ao tuturu, nga mihi ki te mahi toi no tenei ao hou. Anei he momo toi no te kete aronui. Ara e tu ana ko Hera Johns, Charlotte Graham, Kahu Scott, Te Atiwei Ririnui, Peggy Glover, Tony Brown, Jermaine Reihana and Ruth Woodbury no nga iwi Maori.


Porotaka

Jon Tootill

Fri. 26 June – Sun. 26 July 2015 | FREE
Opening Thurs. 25 June, 6 - 8pm

Porotaka, by Jon Tootill (Ngai Tahu) is a focussed series of circular kowhaiwhai paintings that visually investigate meaning through pattern, colour, form and arrangement. These precise compositions develop over time through methodical and extensive experimentation until pattern and meaning come into balance. Intensely bold and detailed, his painting process is inclusive of both traditional and digital techniques involving, hand drawing, drafting and editing in Photoshop, before being meticulously hand painted


These exhibitions are part of the Matariki Festival
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