Let's Put Bill on the Wall
Lyttelton Arts Factory
We are excited to announce a very special tribute to the longtime gallery artist, the late Bill Hammond.
Cheryl Lucas: Shaped by Schist and Scoria
Christchurch Art Gallery
Christchurch Art Gallery announces significant solo exhibition of new and existing work by ceramicist Cheryl Lucas.
Queer Arts Fesival: Vanishing Act
Queer Arts Festival, Vancouver
June – July 2022
Areez Katki exhibits in Vancouver for Queer Arts Festival 2022.
Robin White: Te Whanaketanga / Something is Happening Here
A major survey exhibition of more than 70 works from across Dame Robin White’s career opens at Te Papa.
Robin White interviewed by Kim Hill
Radio New Zealand
Ahead of her retrospective exhibition opening at Te Papa, Robin White shares the music that has shaped her life and work.
Empires Unspooled and Rewound
The Pantagraph Punch
Divyaa Kumar reviews There Is No Other Home But This featuring work by Areez Katki at the Govett Brewster Art Gallery.
Robin White: Something is Happening Here
Major new publication surveying Robin White's career published by Te Papa Press and Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.
Robin White interviewed on Breakfast TV
Ahead of the publication of Robin White: Something is Happening Here, Robin White speaks to John Campbell live from her studio in Masterton.
Areez Katki: breathing new life into the art of embroidery
Radio New Zealand
Areez Katki speak to Kim Hill on RNZ about family, history, textiles and recent exhibitions at McLeavey Gallery, Te Tuhi and Govett-Brewster Art Gallery.
Goodbye Bay of Plenty: Robin White prints from the Tauranga Art Gallery Collection
Tauranga Art Gallery
An exhibition of Robin White prints from the Tauranga Art Gallery Collection.
There Is No Other Home But This
Govett Brewster Art Gallery
March – June 2022
There Is No Other Home But This surveys the practices of two artists, Areez Katki and Khadim Ali, whose work is a space to celebrate and explore contemporary life as…
A Room in Whanganui wins Aotearoa Photobook Award 2022
Zahra Killeen-Chance and Solomon Mortimer are awarded the top prize in the Aotearoa Photobook Award 2022 for A Room in Whanganui.
A painter's painter: Soft Water Hard Stone, review
New York-based writer Clare Gemima visited the New Museum Triennial to consider the work of Aotearoa-based artist Christina Pataialii.
Style Liaisons: In Conversation With Photographer Yvonne Todd
The eminent photographer on segueing between "suburban mum cosplay" and Victorian-era gowns.
The 10th Asia Pacific Triennial
Christina Pataialii is curated into the 10th Asia Pacific Triennial at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane.
‘2021 Triennial: Soft Water Hard Stone’ Review: What’s Old Is New at the New Museum
Wall Street Journal
Brian P. Kelly features Christina Pataialii in his Wall Street review of the New Museum's 2021 Triennial: Soft Water Hard Stone.
Zahra Killeen-Chance performs at Whanganui's Sarjeant Gallery
Choreographic artist Zahra Killeen-Chance revisits a solo performance at the Sarjeant Gallery.
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Robin White is commissioned to respond to the work of Henri Matisse in the Pacific by the Art Gallery of New South Wales for the exhibition Matisse Alive.
2021 New Museum Triennial: Soft Water Hard Stone
New Museum, New York City
Christina Pataialii is exhibiting at the New Museum in New York City as part of the Museum's fifth triennial Soft Water Hard Stone.
Proximity & Distance at Tauranga Art Gallery review
Lucinda Bennett reviews Christina Pataialii's monumental installation Proximity and Distance at the Tauranga Art Gallery for Art Forum magazine.
Yvonne Todd delivers 2021 Peter Turner Memorial Lecture
Titled Rogue Wave, Yvonne Todd discussed the role her insistent imagination plays in creating photographs, along with other insights into her distinctive practice.
Another Energy: Power to Continue Challenging - 16 Women Artists from around the World
Mori Art Museum, Tokyo Japan
History reserves but a few lines for you
Enjoy Contemporary Art Space
February – April 2021
For History reserves but a few lines for you, Areez Katki presents a series of textile works which build upon the artist’s ongoing enquiries into craft traditions, sites of queer…
Garden Variety: Photography, Politics and the Picturesque
Yvonne Todd exhibits in Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens for PHOTO 2021.
Yvonne Todd: 2019 Arts Foundation Laureate
Yvonne Todd receives the Theresa Gattung Award for Female Arts Practitioners.
Cheryl Lucas awarded Creative New Zealand Craft/Object Fellowship
Creative New Zealand
“Ceramics is the perfect medium to convey even the most unpalatable truths,” says Lyttelton-based master ceramist and visual artist, Cheryl Lucas, who has been awarded the 2019 Creative New Zealand Craft/Object Fellowship.