Sanderson Contemporary performs the role of an intermediary, developing an ongoing dialogue between artists and patrons, allowing each of these vital groups to sustain and challenge the other. By supporting contemporary artists in their practice the gallery acts to build appreciation of their artworks and projects. This is an inclusive process, one that welcomes and educates, promoting the growth of the art community as a whole.
Established in 2002, Sanderson Contemporary has developed a loyal following, representing a stable of emerging and established New Zealand artists while also sustaining a programme of auxiliary projects. Originally located in Parnell, the gallery relocated to an expanded space in Newmarket in 2013 and now offers two distinct exhibition rooms as well as a year round group show space and full stock room. The gallery has exhibited at Auckland Art Fair since 2009 and Art Fairs in Australia since 2014.
Our gallery is located in Newmarket, Auckland, and is open seven days.
Phone: +64 9 520 0501
Address: Osborne Lane, 2 Kent Street, Newmarket, Auckland
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Andrea Jane joined Sanderson Contemporary in 2017 as a Director/Owner. Andrea is an avid collector and patron of New Zealand art and artists, and has also followed careers in both law and aviation prior to joining Sanderson Contemporary.
Adrienne (A.D) Schierning
Adrienne Schierning completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Elam School of Fine Arts at the University of Auckland in 1999. She gained a Post Graduate Diploma in Fine Arts from Elam in 2007. Adrienne has worked in both Public and Dealer galleries, and has over twenty years experience working within the arts sector.
Maggie Skelton graduated from the University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Art History 2008. She spent two years working within the Fine Art Department of Webb's Auction house. Maggie then worked for four years at Australia's oldest auction house Leonard Joel as an Art specialist and manager of the Art Salon auctions.
Maggie Hubert graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in both Sculpture and Art History. Maggie obtained certificates in Arts Administration and Grant Writing from Emory University in 2011. She worked at Indiana University Art Museum as a gallery technician and development assistant.