April 21st, 2015
April 19th, 2015
Andrea Gardner - Under the Eyes of the Volcano
An exhibition of a photographic project produced during an art residency in Mexico City; still life compositions exploring historic, artistic and environmental aspects of Mexican culture.
Mexican Embassy, level 2, 187 Featherston Street, Wellington.
30 April – 17 July 2015
Hours: Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
April 18th, 2015
April 18th, 2015
April 11th, 2015
1st floor, 37 Courtenay Place, Wellington 6011, New Zealand
T: 04 382 9502 M: 027 444 3899
Gallery hours: from 10am Mon-Fri, 11am Saturday
April 1st, 2015
Image: Gilbert Melrose, Melrose Photography Shop, Arawa Street, Matamata c. 1970, 2015
26/03/15 — 16/04/15
Anna Miles Gallery
This is the first exhibition to be shown at the Anna Miles Gallery new space at 10/30 Upper Queen St. Featured works include photography by Allan McDonald, Bob and June Raw, Lucien Rizos, Gilbert Melrose, Darren Glass, Solomon Mortimer plus Johanna Pegler’s painting based on a C19th sepia photograph.
10/30 Upper Queen Street, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
Open Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays 11-3 & by appointment
Objects and Reasons
Painted objects, painted photographs, photographed painted objects … and reasons for giving flowers.
Objects and Reasons, an exhibition of artwork by Cathy Tuato’o Ross, has just returned from Photospace Gallery in Wellington. The images are made using interchanging combinations of drawing, painting and photography, which has resulted in the creation of optical illusions. Conventional still life objects and arrangements are played with, and familiar items such as cups, bowls and flowers are reduced to outlines. The artist says that she grew up loving the oddity of the black and white diagrams (devoid of all visual information but the finest outline), which accompanied glossy photographs in coffee table books, and were intended to tell you what it was you were looking at in the illustration. The Objects series is accompanied by a shockingly vibrant group of painted photographs of bouquets. These are titled by the reason that the bouquet was made – for example, consolation, remorse or condolence.
March 23rd, 2015
March 18th, 2015
The Aesthetica Art Prize 2015 is now open for entries. The prize is a major event for established and emerging artists, now in its eighth year, and is awarded by the international art and culture publication Aesthetica Magazine.
It is a celebration of excellence in art from across the world and offers artists the opportunity to showcase their work to wider audiences and further their involvement in the international art world. Plus you could win £5,000, a group show and editorial.
- £5,000 Main Prize courtesy of Hiscox
- £1,000 Student Prize courtesy of Hiscox
- Group exhibition in partnership with York Museums Trust
- Publication in the Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology
- Editorial in Aesthetica Magazine (186,000 readership worldwide)
Categories for entry: Photographic & Digital Art; Painting & Drawing; Three Dimensional Design & Sculpture, and Video, Installation & Performance.
Submissions close 31 August 2015. Entry is £20 plus VAT (approximately NZD 41.52)
To enter, visit www.aestheticamagazine.com/artprize