July 6, 2017
Gregory O’Brien awarded an honorary doctorate

Gregory O’Brien was awarded an honorary doctorate on May 18, 2017 for his contribution to New Zealand artistic life.

To read an excerpt from his acceptance speech, have a look at this stuff article.

Photograph by Ashley Cox


March 20, 2017
Jeff Thomson’s Kauri Tree

Jeff Thomson’s Kauri Tree goes from our courtyard to a new home in Eastbourne


Terry Stringer’s exhibition Love in Bloom

Terry Stringer’s exhibition Love in Bloom opened in Jane Grocott’s garden on Thursday evening, a perfect Wellington night.

The exhibition is open each day from 12-6pm until Saturday 26th of March, closing at 6pm.


September 18, 2016
Stout Memorial Lecture 2016 Greg O’Brien

‘Always song in the water’
Some recent whale sightings in New Zealand art and literature.
Wednesday 21 September 2016 from 4.10pm to 5.30pm at Maclaurin Lecture Theater 102


September 15, 2016
Kathy Barry in the São Paulo Biennial

Kathy Barry has been curated into the 32nd São Paulo Biennial. Entitled Incerteza Viva [Live Uncertainty] it will run from 10 Sept – 11 Dec 2016, and is curated by Jochen Volz, Gabi Ngcobo, Julia Reboucas, Sofia Olascoaga and Lars Bang Larsen.  Lars was first made aware of Kathy’s practice working with her for a show at Monash University’s MUMA in Melbourne. And on the strength of her Homeworld series, the body of work she produced for exhibition at Te Uru, Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, Lars invited her to produce a related body of work for the Biennial


August 28, 2016
Joanna Braithwaite

Joanna Braithwaite is a finalist for the Sir John Sulman Prize 2016 with her work Social climbers.

Also, her work Cold Comfort is a finalist for the Mosman Art Prize 2016.


March 5, 2015
Raewyn Atkinson. Jury Prize, Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale, Seoul, South Korea

Raewyn is one of ten prizewinners in this major international competition. With 2629 entries from 74 countries originally, the judging team reduced the exhibition to one hundred and Raewyn’s work was one of the ten considered the most outstanding of those.

Below see her entry Deep Time #29


February 3, 2015
Thom and Barry at Te Uru

Review of Homeworld at Te Uru, written by John Hurrell for EyeContact, 2015

“In Te Uru’s pairing of these artists’ works there is a certain amount of interactive wit, because Barry’s highly tactile drawings have a lot of spatial depth and Thom likes to push the opposite, emphasising with striations the flat planar surfaces of her compact, blocklike sculpture”

Follow link below to read on



Brendan O’Brien

Brendan O’Brien is showing at the Sergeant Gallery in Whanganui, in The Archivists - 14 artists for whom drawing on archival material is an integral part of their practice. Brendan is one of the 14 who salvage ‘found’ imagery from printed sources and use them directly to create collaged works.

The Archivists is at the Sarjeant Gallery, 31 - 38 Taupo Quay, Whanganui, until 22 Feb 2015


Jeff Thomson on Waiheke


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