Bridget Reweti Kite detail

Bridget Reweti – Tauutuutu

27 Aug – 30 Oct 2016

Dance moves, violin scales, guitar chords, drawings, cyanotypes, vocal lessons, netball stretches, 3D portrait sittings, phone numbers, readings, leather poi, beaded medicine bags, and songs from musicals. These are the objects, practices and knowledge systems I exchanged with ten Indigenous artists during an Indigenous Visual and Digital Arts Residency at The Banff Art Centre, Canada.

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Luke Kelly Dazzle Lines_1

Luke Kelly: Migration

30 Sep – 29 Oct 2016

Kapiti based artist-designer Luke Kelly uses nautical and aeronautical materials to create wall-hung and freestanding sculptures that celebrate voyaging histories common to all New Zealanders.

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Sonny Assu_Re-invaders_2014_(detail)

If we never met…

9 Oct 2016 – 12 Feb 2017

If we never met brings together a series leading and emerging First Nation Canadian artists and performers for their first exhibition in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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Wi Taepa Retrospect (detail)

WI TAEPA: Retrospect

9 Oct 2016 – 12 Feb 2017

Wi Taepa is one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading ceramic artists. This exhibition brings together a collection of major series of works made over the past 30 years. The exhibition tracks his progression from working with clay as a creative and meditative tool for wayward youth, through to the international influences of his later career.

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Ngahina Hohaia_Te Kahu o te Karauna_This is why I won't stand for the National Anthem_Collection of Te Manawa_Image courtesy of Te Manawa

NGAHINA HOHAIA: Tools of Oppression and Liberation

9 Oct 2016 – 12 Feb 2017

Ngahina Hohaia is one of a new generation of Māori artists creating fresh, visually stunning works that tell the stories of Aotearoa in contemporary ways that everyone can relate to. In Ngahina’s most extensive exhibition in a public gallery visitors will encounter the imposing work, Te Kahu o te Karauna / This is why I won’t stand for the National Anthem – a huge korowai fabricated from old chains and rusting steel.

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