Exhibitions

Reverb by Ray Haydon

Reverb

Ray Haydon

07 November to 26 November 2017

Sculptor Ray Haydon creates sinuous linear forms that respond to space, on a monumental and domestic scale, using an extensive variety of materials. Haydon uses the form of sculpture with its multiple vantage points to create his drawings in space. These open networks of linear abstract formations range from colossal outdoor sculptures to intimately scaled works for the interior.

Upcoming Room 1

Summer Showcase

Group Show

28/11/17 to 21/01/18

Featuring exciting new work from our stable of artists, our Summer Showcase offers a glimpse of what is in store for the gallery for the next 12 months.

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Untitled

Alan Pearson

23/01/18 to 18/02/18

For over sixty years British-born Alan Pearson has been one of the outstanding proponents of pure painting in New Zealand art. His work, densely complex, restlessly explorative, remains true to the ethos of Neo-Expressionism, alive with gesture, emotion and insight, rarely rivalled for technical mastery.

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Peoples' Choice

Group Exihition

20/02/18 to 04/03/18

Peoples’ Choice brings together the works of some of our favourite artists, as nominated by the Sanderson team.

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Book covers - textiles of the Bauhaus by Julia Holderness

Book covers - textiles of the Bauhaus

Julia Holderness

07 November to 26 November 2017

The Bauhaus continues as a major design influence for contemporary practitioners. Julia Holderness’s installations and artworks draw upon art and design histories and archives – both local and international, real and imagined. A collection of Bauhaus publications that were purchased from an ex-library sale forms a personal archive of art resources. .

Upcoming Room 2

Summer Showcase

Group Show

28/11/17 to 21/01/18

Featuring exciting new work from our stable of artists, our Summer Showcase offers a glimpse of what is in store for the gallery for the next 12 months.

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New Work

Shane Tu’íhalangingie

23/01/18 to 18/02/18

Shane Tu’ihalangingie is of Tongan heritage, born and raised in South Auckland Mangere, New Zealand. Tu’ihalangingie studied at Manukau Institute of Technology, completing his Bachelor of Creative Arts. He has exhibited in the Tautai annual group exhibition for tertiary art students ‘INFLUX’.

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Flows

Jordan Davey Emms

20/02/18 to 04/03/18

Winner of the 2017 Glaister Ennor Award, Jordan Davey-Emms explores the concepts of gap and transfer, linkage and porous networks.

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