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Do you have someone in your life who obsessively reads all of the gallery text? Who uses terms like affect, resonance, and agency? Who doesn’t just go to openings to drink the free red wine? Then look no further than our festive gift guide, designed for the enthusiastic artist in your life.

Rita Angus:
NZ Modernist


NZ's favourite artist is celebrated in a new retrospective at Te Papa this summer. This accompanying catalogue features every work from the exhibition. Essential.

Unity Books Wellington
57 Willis St, Wellington

Frances Hodgkins silk scarf 

Designed in New Zealand, these stunning silk scarves feature Frances Hodgkins' Arrangement of Jugs. Produced as a very limited run, they make the perfect gift.

Te Papa Store
55 Cable St, Wellington


The Secret Paintings

Published in association with the major Australasian exhibition of the remarkable work of the visionary Swedish-born artist Hilma af Klint (1862-1944).

City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi
Te Ngākau Civic Square
101 Wakefield St, Wellington

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Shiho Hayashi ceramic

Ceramic Art piece by Shiho Hayashi, handcrafted in Gifu, Japan. Modern Japan Craft Exhibition 21'. Public
Record is not disposable or temporary, curated by Yuka O'Shannessy.

Public Record
76 Ponsonby Rd, Auckland 


Josephine Ring

Taking inspiration from the sharp lines present in modern architecture, this ring is a bold statement featuring a cubic zirconia set in textured sterling silver.

Luisa Farah Jewellery
65 Abel Smith St, Wellington


Sam Kelly earrings

These spectacular stud earrings are constructed from long thin strips of silver plate in a manner similar to origami. Available in an oxidized or silver finish, please specify at check out.

The Jewel and The Jeweller
91c Devon St West, New Plymouth


Brett Graham:
Tai Moana Tai


Even if you missed this powerful exhibition and its rich stories, this lush publication is a bookshelf must-have for anyone interested in our nation’s past.

Govett-Brewster Shop
42 Queen St, New Plymouth


Arrow jar

Exclusive to Kingsroy, Taranaki based artist Paul Maseyk has created a large collection of wood fired jars with his unique slip decoration. Alongside these objects Kingsroy has work from other leading contemporary artists.

106 Devon St West, New Plymouth

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Te Kakapo print
by Rieko


Fine art prints, professionally framed and couriered for free to your door. Eyeball Kicks, your favourite gallery since 2005, now exclusively online!

Eyeball Kicks