Wi Taepa – Playing with Colour
14 June – 12 July 2015
Wi Taepa has always enjoyed the unpredictable way in which the colours of clay emerge during firing, and here he pushes the theme of colour even further. His new works are influenced by his time spent with fellow ceramic artist Richard Parker.
5–28 June 2015
Renowned weaver Kohai Grace has included both her own work and that of her students from Whitireia’s Toi Poutama weaving and carving school in this exhibition, celebrating the way in which we learn from one another and the various pathways through which knowledge is transferred.
7 May– 7 June 2015
Pastel Artists NZ (PANZ) are holding their annual nation exhibition across both the Toi and Bottle Creek galleries, showcasing the work of PANZ members from all around the country.
Chris Charteris / Jeff Smith– Tungaru: the Kiribati project
21 March – 31 May 2015
Tungaru: The Kiribati Project is a creative collaboration between artists Chris Charteris and Jeff Smith incorporating free-standing sculpture, wall mounted assemblages, photography and interactive video.
Paul McLachlan – Home Ground
22 Feb – 17 May 2015
The ten portraits of young men in military uniform that make up Paul McLachlan’s Home Ground series are based on marble statues of soldiers which were carved in Italy, and erected throughout New Zealand to commemorate the Great War.