Contemporary art gallery in Auckland, New Zealand
Ann Veronica Janssens, Untitled (light Painting), 2004
Fiona Banner, Unboxing, 2012
The Billy Apple - cell line with the artist, 2009, Photo by Mary Morrison
Milli Jannides, Other people's windows, 2012
Milli Jannides, Eyelash Gnawing, installation view, 2012
Andrew Barber, Hedge, installation view, 2012
Nick Austin, Coffee Tables, 2012
Hopkinson Cundy is a contemporary art gallery in Auckland, New Zealand, representing Nick Austin, Andrew Barber, Fiona Connor, Daniel Malone, Nicholas Mangan, Tahi Moore, Kate Newby, Joshua Petherick
+64 9 551 1644
1/1 Cross St, Auckland
Caryline Boreham, Manukau Police Custody Cell, 2010
Nicola Holden, Elvis, 2012
Andy Tolhurst, Receipt on Melrose St, Newmarket, 2012
Tjalling de Vries, Switchblade… Get The Point?, 2012
Contemporary painting, photography, sculpture and video.
+64 9 309 0310
First Floor 28 Lorne Street, Auckland
36 years in the Zone – Group Show, installation shot, 2011
Marie Le Lievre , Sting, 2010
Laurence Aberhart, Moreporks, 1995
Gretchen Albrecht, Small Study for a Star Cluster, 2002
The Brooke Gifford Gallery opened in 1975 and represents prominent New Zealand artists working in the fields of painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture. The gallery’s representation of such leading artists as Bill Hammond and Terry Stringer is testament to its reputation as a leading contemporary art gallery. Over the past 30 years, the gallery has continued to foster emerging talent and now represents over 30 artists whose work is shown locally and internationally.
The Brooke Gifford Gallery is committed to the promotion of contemporary art that is honest and sincere in concept and execution.
Reuben Patterson, Twice Upon a Time, 2012
Bernar Venet, installation view, 2012
Dale Frank, Devon is my favorite Luncheon meat, installation view, 2012
George Rickey, Four Rectangles One Square – Variation III, 1972
Gow Langsford Gallery was set up by Gary Langsford and John Gow in 1987 to showcase contemporary New Zealand art. The gallery has developed into one of New Zealand’s most influential dealer galleries, having mounted some 300 exhibitions over the past two decades.
As well as exhibiting local artists, Gow Langsford Gallery has a diverse international programme which includes contemporary artists from around the globe. The gallery represents approximately twenty artists and artists’ estates from New Zealand, Australia, the United States and Europe.
Gow Langsford Gallery is a member of the New Zealand Contemporary Art Dealers Association.
John Nixon, Silver Monochrome, 2010
Don Driver, installation view, 2012
Karl Fritsch/Gavin Hipkins, Der Tiefenglanz, 2012
Kathy Temin, Green Furry Trees, 2006
The Hamish McKay Gallery opened in 1993 and represents leading artists from New Zealand and Australia.
As well as regularly exhibiting in public galleries and contemporary art spaces in New Zealand and Australia, artists represented by the gallery have increasing international reputations, participating in exhibitions in Europe and North and South America.
Located in the heart of central Wellington, Hamish McKay Gallery presents a regularly changing programme of exhibitions and installations, contributing significantly to the Australasian art scene.
In recent years the gallery has looked to broaden both its artists and its own reputation by attending the Liste Art Fair in Basel, the Frieze Art Fair in London, the New Art Dealers Alliance NADA as well as attending Fairs more locally in Australia and New Zealand.
Michael Harrison, Between the wars, 2011
Andrew McLeod, An thesis, installation view, 2012
Francis Upritchard, Forward Motion, 2011
Ivan Anthony is an Auckland based dealer gallery, representing established and emerging New Zealand and international artists.
Artists represented work across a range of mediums including painting, sculpture, installation, photography, and drawing.
Jude Rae, New Paintings, installation view 2012
C6H10O5 V, installation view, 2012
Tony Oursler, Sang, 2012
Situated in Upper Queen Street since early 1998, the gallery has now moved to a new location in Newmarket. It continues to add steadily to its unique history of representing work drawn particularly from Europe, North America and Australasia. Projects have included major solo exhibitions with Imi Knoebel, Helmut Federle, Gunter Umberg, Karin Sander, Callum Innes, Winston Roeth, Tony Oursler & James Casebere - the first occasion for each to have been presented in Australasia. Curated exhibitons – Six Degrees of Separation Farben, Melancholia, Detox and There’s Joy in Repetition included works by artists such as Marina Abramovic, Anne Hamilton, Carl Andre, Juliao Sarmento, Bernard Frize, Agnes Martin, John McLaughlin and Martina Klein.
McNamara Gallery Photography opened in 2002 and exhibits New Zealand, & selected Pacific Rim, photographically-based art. We are dedicated to exhibiting and promoting lens-based media, and exploring the range of practice.
Our interest is fundamentally in modern & contemporary art practice; however, we have an annual exhibition examining photographs form the 1960s -1980s. We also exhibit selected work from earlier periods.
We have monthly exhibitions and represent a large number of N.Z. and some international artists. We are a frequent resource for public gallery loans and also produce out-reach exhibitions.
Various artists, Letter from Alice May Williams, installation view, 2012
Zac Langdon-Pole, Nothing By Itself, installation view, 2012
Zac Langdon-Pole, Morning Pansy / Today Interiors, 2012
Jim Allen, Beyond the Real, 2012
John Reynolds, Kepler's Dream, 2012
DASHPER, FOOTE, NIXON, WALTERS, installation view, 2012
Peter Robinson, Structure and Subjectivity, 2012
Christian Jankowski, The Hunt, 1992-1997
Sue Crockford Gallery opened in 1985. The focus of the gallery is to show the work of emerging and established artists from New Zealand and abroad. Today, 22 years after its opening, the gallery continues to exhibit the work of artists both established and cutting edge, of diverse nationality, age, and style.
Sue Crockford Gallery currently represents over 25 highly regarded artists who have significant museum shows and whose works are held in major collections. The gallery takes a long term view with all the artists it represents, seeking to build a critical context for their work both in this country and internationally.
Hemi Macgregor, Remote control, installation view, 2012
Neil Dawson, Plates 2, 2012
Heather Straka, Playdate #7, 2012
Max Gimblett, Painted Moon, 2010
Tinakori Gallery opened its doors in December 1987 on Wellington’s Tinakori Road. Concentrating at first on historical works and primarily dealing in secondary market sales, the Gallery quickly established itself as an authority in this field. However, over the course of the thirteen years in these premises, the focus became increasingly contemporary, which prompted a move to the larger and more centrally located Featherston Street.
Led by the vision of founding Director Marcia Page, the Gallery has continued to evolve to meet the changing needs of the artists and clientele. By 2006, as Wellington’s central business district developed, the decision was made to relocate again – this time to Victoria Street. With over 330m2, including two independent exhibiting spaces, extensive storage and private viewing areas, the Gallery is the largest and most versatile commercial art venue in Wellington.
In December 2007 the business began trading as Page Blackie Gallery, coinciding with its 20th birthday celebrations. The change of name is a reflection of the Directors’ commitment to the future (James Blackie became a partner in April) and the geographical and ideological shift that has taken place since the Gallery’s origins in Tinakori Road.
Page Blackie Gallery represents twenty–three of the country’s finest contemporary practitioners and is a leading presence in the New Zealand art scene, as demonstrated by regular attendance at national and international art fairs. The Gallery also procures and manages commissions on behalf of the artists.
In addition, the Gallery provides guidance on the purchase and placement of artwork in the domestic and corporate environment, undertakes written valuations, and advises on care and conservation.
Elizebeth Thomson, The Ocean of Eden, 2012
Ruth Watson, Redoubting Antarctica, installation view, 2012
Jeena Shin, Reflection Reflected, 2012
Two Rooms, opened since August 2006, is a contemporary art gallery located in a converted warehouse in Central Auckland, New Zealand. The director of Two Rooms, Jenny Todd, previously of Todd Gallery London, presents a program of residencies and projects by leading international and New Zealand contemporary artists.
The building houses two exhibition spaces, the Project Room and the Long Room. A state-of-the-art fit-out sees the large ground level gallery equipped for new-media and digital exhibitions with a full range of networked audio-visual and online facilities. Major works by filmmakers Olivo Barbieri and Eija Liisa Ahtila were shown in 2006. The gallery also represents a growing stable of international artists working in painting, photography and sculpture.
An important focus of the gallery is an artist residency programme, supporting and commissioning ambitious new works and facilitating the exchange of ideas between New Zealand and International artists.
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