Exhibitions on Thursday 26 October

Collection Classics: Lois McIvor
Collection Classics: Lois McIvor

Lois McIvor (1930-2017) was a significant force in the local West Auckland art community in many ways. She lived almost next door to the McCahon family for a number of years, later taking art lessons from Colin, and her book Memoir of the Sixties is an important document of the Auckland scene at that time. She was a founding member of the Association of Women Artists, Artists Alliance and the Titirangi Community Arts Council.

26 August - 26 October  |  See event detail
Sarah Smuts-Kennedy: Light Language
Sarah Smuts-Kennedy: Light Language

Sarah Smuts-Kennedy was artist-in-residence at McCahon House from September-November 2016 and will be returning to Titirangi to exhibit at Te Uru for the anniversary of that pariod.

2 September - 29 October  |  See event detail
Christine Hellyar: Looking, Seeing, Thinking
Christine Hellyar: Looking, Seeing, Thinking

Acclaimed Auckland-based artist Christine Hellyar has long been interested in how people see and depict the landscape. Working with a range of materials and formats, she presents here botanical drawings of a flooded Coastland Broadleaf Forest in the Waitakere Ranges, printed life-size onto silk alongside sculptural textile figures and upholstered furniture.

26 August - 5 November  |  See event detail
Robert George: a memoir for falling light
Robert George: a memoir for falling light

Robert George’s work is typified by his love of surrealist cinema, the materiality of film and a constant exploration of the human condition. Working within a strict lens-based practice, George weaves together an ethereal, dreamlike sensibility with the starkness of reality to consider the relationship between the outer world and the inner mind. 

2 September - 19 November  |  See event detail
Small Space: Clementine Edwards: Bloem en blad
Small Space: Clementine Edwards: Bloem en blad

A featherweight parcel arrives from the north. In it is the entire Bloem en blad exhibition: green string, hatched eggs, seeds of the dandelion flower. This is a show about lightness in spring...

22 September - 23 November  |  See event detail

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Leading Ladies
Leading Ladies

The arts and crafts movement in the early twentieth century was a vital moment in the education and uptake of ceramics in Aotearoa New Zealand. Though most histories of New Zealand studio pottery begin with the Anglo-Oriental movement in the mid-twentieth century — which features the  emergence of key ceramic figures — the earlier arts and crafts movement holds many examples of sophisticated and serious pottery, often made by women.

7 October - 28 January  |  See event detail

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