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Current and upcoming
exhibitions around New Zealand

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Melvin Day

Melvin Day – A Modernist Perspective

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Pātaka Art+Museum

Wellington

Hand Me Down

This exhibition is a response to socio cultural norms. It features the work of three artists: Lynette Fisher, Nicol Sanders-O‘Shea & Anne Shirley.

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Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts, Foyers

Waikato

Voices of Mana Motuhake

Artworks from the University of Waikato Art Collection which each in their own kōrero to 'Ko Te Mana Motuhake', the moto at the base of 'Te Paki o Matariki'.

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Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts, Main Gallery

Waikato

Caught Between + Trunk Lines

Caught Between - ceramics by Blue Black
Trunk Lines - painting and ceramics by Fiona McGowan and Lindsay Marsh

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A Gallery

Whanganui

Making Monomono

An exhibition that celebrates Tongan koloa (treasures and wealth) through monomono (bedspreads) made by heritage artist Ane Pahulu of Strathmore Wellington.

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Toi Poneke Gallery

Wellington

Xi Li 李曦 : The Generation of the Hyperreal

Using digital video, 3D animation and games, Xi Li presents a series of imaginative images and an intertwined hyperreal world of reality and illusion.

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Pah Homestead

Auckland

Margaret Lawlor-Bartlett: Waving not drowning

Previous and new works spanning 70 years from QSM Lawlor-Bartlett; outspoken artist on social issues that have shaped our nation's identity.

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Pah Homestead

Auckland

He Tangata o Te Kohu (a man of the mist)

This retrospective of Donn Ratana’s mahi toi (artworks), will guide us through the innovation and inquiry of Ratana’s artistic practice.

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Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts

Waikato

Secondary School Art Awards 2022

These are the young artists to look out for in the future. A submission of works in drawing, painting, printmaking, photography and sculpture.

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Pah Homestead

Auckland

Genevieve McClean: A Visitor

A fleeting glimpse into life as it might have been for the Williamson family in 1883, told through digital media & soundscape. Auckland Heritage Festival event.

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Pah Homestead

Auckland

Rex Oddy: Transformation of Pah Homestead

Photographer Rex Oddy series reveals Pah Homestead before and after its major refurbishment. Part of Auckland Heritage Festival.

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Pah Homestead

Auckland