Congratulations to Joanna Braithwaite who has been selected as a finalist in the Sir John Sulman Prize 2016 for her entry, Social Climbers.
The Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes exhibition will be showing at the Art Gallery of New South Wales from 16 July to 9 October 2016.
Reuben Paterson’s artworks are to be the key inspiration for this year’s World of Wearable Art Awards Show.
In contrast to last year’s restrained palette and feel, creative directors Marie Adams and Mike Mizrahi are drawing upon Paterson’s glitter and diamond dust works to create a show filled with explosive colour and vibrancy. Likewise, sound designer Don McGlashan says “I'm steeping myself in Reuben’s work... to get the excitement of what he does”.
Adams and Mizrahi promise that WOW 2016 will be “exotica, highly coloured, sparkly and glittery”.
The World of Wearable Art Awards Show runs from 22 September - 9 October 2015.
Commissioned by Christchruch Art Gallery for the elevator in the gallery foyer, Reuben Paterson's The End lets you imagine yourself travelling through a dark sky, offering an unexpected space for contemplation and connection.
Paterson drew inspiration from the name of the Gallery building, Te Puna o Waiwhetu, or 'waters in which stars are reflected.'
This is one of many projects designed to welcome visitors back into the building, and celebrate the milestone of the Gallery’s reopening as part of the city’s recovery.
On view at Christchurch Art Gallery from 30 March 2016 - 30 March 2017.
Master glass artist Wendy Fairclough is looking forward to her upcoming six-month residency in Whanganui as the recipient of the Tylee Cottage Residency.
As a first point of research Fairclough will be exploring early settler and indigenous food sources, and hopes to undertake aluminium and bronze casting as well as continuing to work in the cast glass for which she is best known. The works created during her time in Whanganui will reflect the local environs and Fairclough intends to make the most of the Whanganui Museum – “a place I go to every time I go home”.
In 2017 Fairclough will be exhibiting at the Sarjeant Gallery, a place the artist visited throughout her childhood and which she credits with encouraging her development as a young artist.
Fairclough was also recently selected as one of ten finalists in the established artist category for the inaugural Australasian FUSE Glass Prize.
If you are in Invercargill over the next few months, be sure to call by the Southland Museum & Art Gallery / Niho o te Taniwha to see Tungaru: the Kiribati project, an exhibition of collaborative works by Chris Charteris and Jeff Smith.
The exhibition opens on Saturday 19th March with a series of floor talks and celebrations together with the local Kiribati community - all are welcome.
Exhibition runs 19 March - 3 July 2016.
On March 10, The Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato opens Haukura/Neon Voice, a solo show by Milford Galleries Dunedin artist Zena Elliott.
The exhibition will feature new and recent works by Elliott and explore how she weaves together the imagery of her tūpuna with references to pop culture, street art, and contemporary painting.
Exhibition runs 10 March - 12 June 2016.
Prepare to be dazzled by Reuben Paterson's wonderful digital work Te Putahitanga o Rehua (2005) at the newly reopened Christchurch Art Gallery's Op + Pop exhibition.
Op + Pop looks at the continued influence of two major international twentieth-century art movements - Op Art and Pop Art - on New Zealand art.
Exhibition runs 6 February - 19 June.
For the third installment of The Pacific Project video art series, the Orange County Museum of Art has selected Yuki Kihara to feature her newest video work, Maui Descending a Staircase II (After Duchamp) (2015).
Exhibition runs 2 April - 10 July 2016.
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