Live Exhibitions

LIVE EXHIBITIONS

TENT 2021 will see live exhibitions taking place in Ōtautahi Christchurch, Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington, Te Matau-a Māui Hawkes Bay, Whāingaroa Raglan, Tauranga and Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland from Friday 5 – Sunday 7 November. Each exhibition is presented by a separate gallery and all exhibitions are free to visit.

The exhibitions will all also be viewable online on this website from 2pm on Thursday 4 – 8pm Sunday 7 November.

ŌTAUTAHI CHRISTCHURCH

PLAY_STATION 

Root RouteMax Fleury and Bena Jackson, Mady Cheng, Ming Ranginui and Lily McRae at Sutton House

play_station are setting up camp at historic Sutton House in Ōtautahi Christchurch – the former home of the Canterbury artist, Bill Sutton, near the inner city and within the boundaries of the residential red zone.

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TENT LOCATION

Sutton House
20 Templar Street
Richmond
Ōtautahi Christchurch

OPENING TIMES

Friday 5 Nov 10am  –  5pm
Saturday 6 Nov 10am  –  5pm
Sunday 7 Nov 10am  –  4pm

Installation view of Root Route at Sutton House in Ōtautahi Christchurch.
Image courtesy of the artists and play_station.

SCAPE PUBLIC ART

Age of Discovery – new photographic works from the Isolation Hotel
series, by Heather Straka, at Hotel Montreal

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TENT LOCATION

Hotel Montreal
363 Montreal Street
Ōtautahi Christchurch

OPENING TIMES

Friday 5 Nov 10am  – 5pm
Saturday 6 Nov 10am  – 5pm
Sunday 7 Nov 10am  – 4pm

Heather Straka, Age of Discovery, 2021,
Archival pigment on Photoraq Ultrasmooth paper
edition of 8 + 2 APs, 2010 x 1200mm
Courtesy of the artist and SCAPE Public Art

{SUITE} 

For TENT 2021, {Suite} ​​will be presenting an exhibition of work by Wayne Youle and Ans Westra.

Wayne Youle @ TENT (Friday and Saturday) – featuring new paintings and
sculptural works.

Ans Westra (Sunday only) – presenting a selection of prints by NZ Arts Icon
artist Ans Westra, including several images of Christchurch being shown for
the first time ever.

The exhibitions will be shown at 65 Cambridge Terrace, Ōtautahi, a 1962
building, designed by Sir Miles Warren as a home and offices for Warren and
Mahoney.

Read more about {Suite}

TENT LOCATION

Sir Miles Warren Canterbury Branch Rooms
65 Cambridge Terrace
Ōtautahi Christchurch

OPENING HOURS

Friday 5 Nov 10am – 5pm
Saturday 6 Nov 10am – 5pm
Sunday 7 Nov 10am – 5pm

Installation view of Wayne Youle’s, GUILTY/PLEASURE.
Installed at the Sir Miles Warren Canterbury Branch Rooms
in Ōtautahi Chirstchurch.
Image courtesy of the artist and {Suite}

Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington

PAGE GALLERIES 

Shapes to sleep to, by Ed Bats is a new series of site-specific works which
will be shown simultaneously across Kowtow’s Wellington and Auckland retail stores and online.

This collaboration emerged out of an ongoing creative dialogue and exchange
of ideas between the artist known as Ed Bats and Kowtow’s Head Designer Marilou Dadat.

Read more about Page Galleries

Read more about Kowtow

TENT LOCATION

Kowtow
29 College Street
Te Aro
Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington

OPENING TIMES

Friday 5 Nov 10am – 5pm
Saturday 6 Nov 10am – 5pm
Sunday 7 Nov 11am – 4pm

Installation view of Ed Bats’, Shapes to sleep to
Installed at Kowtow in Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington.
Image courtesy of the artist and Page Galleries.

RM GALLERY AND PROJECT SPACE

Intra-action, an exhibition of new work by Te Whanganui-a-Tara based artists Isabelle Russell and Dayle Palfreyman. The show will be presented by RM Gallery and will take place at drive-thru, an emerging Newtown space with large windows that make for ideal viewing day or night.

Read more about RM Gallery and Project Space

TENT LOCATION

Drive-thru
2 Riddiford Street
Newtown
Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington.

OPENING TIMES 

Friday 5 Nov 10am – 5pm
Saturday 6 Nov 10am – 5pm
Sunday 7 Nov 10am – 5pm

Isabelle Russell, Listening together 2021
Pigment print, Ilford smooth cotton rag 310 gsm 405 x 602 mm
Image courtesy of the artist and RM Gallery

JHANA MILLERS

THERE IS AN ARTWORK IN ALL OF THIS. a new exhibition by Elisabeth Pointon will be presented at the Yu Mei Lounge in Wellington and at Jhana Millers.

Yu Mei will also launch their first shoppable artist collaboration, featuring a limited edition bag designed with Elisabeth Pointon.

This exhibition was originally planned for the Yu Mei Lounge in Newmarket, Tāmaki Makaurau, but travel restrictions mean that it has moved to Wellington.

Read more about Jhana Millers

Read more about Yu Mei

TENT LOCATION

Yu Mei Wellington Lounge and Jhana Millers
Ground floor and level 1
85 Victoria Street
Te Aro
Te Whanganui-a-Tara

OPENING TIMES

Friday 5 Nov 10am – 6pm
Sat 6 Nov 10am – 5pm
Sun 7 Nov 10am – 4pm

THERE IS AN ARTWORK IN ALL OF THIS. (Ball Pit) 2021
PVC inflatable ball pit, plastic balls and pool noodles
Image courtesy of the artist and Jhana Millers

TWO ROOMS

The Transcenders a new series of photographs by artist and musician, Greta
Anderson will be shown at Flying Nun Records in Newtown. Four images from the series of ten will be on view in the live exhibition, and all can be seen online in Two Rooms TENT exhibition.

In The Transcenders, Anderson has created tributes to the female band musicians she has been inspired by in the small independent music scene she grew up in.

Read more about Two Rooms

TENT LOCATION 

Flying Nun Records
154A Riddiford
Newtown
Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington

OPENING TIMES

Friday 5 Nov 10am – 5pm
Saturday 6 Nov 10am – 5pm

Greta Anderson, After Deb Frame 2021
The Transcenders, pigment print, 1000 x 800 mm, Edition of 5
Image courtesy of the artist and Two Rooms

Whāingaroa Raglan

TIM MELVILLE 

A Month in the Country, a collaborative project between Laurie Steer (The Best Potter In The World) and Tony Sly (the most humble potter in the world), will be presented at the Tony Sly Pottery store on Raglan Wharf. Read the full story here.

Alongside the Sly/Steer collaboration will be a suite of 5 small oil paintings by Otorohanga-based artist Hiria AndersonRead more about Hiria’s TENT presentation.

Tim Melville’s online exhibition will include the new works presented in Raglan, alongside works by gallery artists, Areez Katki, Johl Dwyer, Joe Sheehan and Nonggirrnga-Marawili, Russ Flatt and Alberto Garcia-Alvarez.

Read more about Tim Melville

TENT LOCATION 

Tony Sly Pottery
Raglan Wharf
90 Wallis Street
Whāngaroa Raglan

OPENING HOURS

Friday 5 Nov 9am – 5pm
Saturday 6 Nov 9am – 5pm
Sunday 7 Nov 9am – 5pm

Hiria Anderson, Kauta on Turongo St, 2021
Oil on canvas, 350x 300mm
Image courtesy of the artist and Tim Melville

TAMAHERE

Two Rooms

Two Rooms will present Otherworldy featuring work by Gretchen Albrecht and Elizabeth Thomson in collaboration with Art Consultant Kate Darrow at her house in Tamahere. The works will also be shown in Two Rooms online TENT exhibition alongside works by Greta Anderson.

Gretchen Albrecht will be offering a singular painting from her remarkable quartet of hemispheres titled After Goya, a series of four major paintings referencing portraits of eminent woman by Spanish Romantic painter Francisco Goya, in particular that of Maria Josefa Pimentel, 12th Countess-Duchess of Benavente.

Elizabeth Thomson presents a new ‘exoplanet’ work from her series depicting planets which orbit a star other than our own sun.

Read more about Two Rooms

TENT LOCATION 

The Bark House
40a  Cranmere Drive
Tamahere
Waikato

OPENING HOURS

Please call Kate Darrow on 021 706 751 to make an appointment between the following times:
Friday 5 Nov 11am – 4pm
Saturday 6 Nov 11am – 4pm
Sunday 6 Nov 11am – 4pm

Gretchen Albrecht, After Goya ‘Maria Josefa’,
2020, acrylic and oil on Belgian linen, 1500 x 3000mm,
image courtesy of the artist and Two Rooms.

TE MATAU-A-MĀUI HAWKE’S BAY

STARKWHITE

Starkwhite will present Fiona Pardington’s new exhibition Tarota at Parlour Projects, Hastings. 

Tarota is the newest body of still lives from Dr Fiona Pardington MNZM, Chevalier de l’ordre des Arts et des Lettres, (Ngāi Tahu, Kati Mamoe and Ngāti Kahungunu). Named for the Tarot deck of divinatory cards and their ancient archetypal symbols, Tarota is Pardington’s exploration of her own visual vocabulary of private, and mystical symbolism.

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Read more about Parlour Projects

TENT LOCATION 

Parlour Projects
306 Eastbourne Street
East Hasting
Te Mata-a-Māui Hawke’s Bay

OPENING TIMES 

Friday 5 Nov 10am – 5pm
Saturday 6 Nov 10am – 5pm
Sunday 7 Nov 10am – 5pm

Fiona Pardington The Sun, The Satyr (Tarota) 2021
Pigment inks on Hahnemuhle paper,
framed in hand lacquered black Goldie moulding with AR72.
Image courtesy of the artist and Starkwhite.

TAURANGA

LAREE PAYNE GALLERY

Laree Payne Gallery joins Sumer for Pīpīwharauroa Shining Cuckoo – the bird that lays its eggs in other birds’ nests, at Sumer’s gallery space in Tauranga. Joining forces with their friend from over the Kaimai Range the gallery will present works by: Maioha Kara, Rachel Hope Peary, Sam Kelly, Teelah George and Tia Ranginui.

Laree Payne Gallery was initially intending to pitch up in the Chairman’s Suite of the Park Hyatt Hotel, but due to current Alert Levels have needed to relocate. This joint presentation will provide some much needed respite, with a playful approach, lots of bright colours and great fun!

 

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TENT LOCATION

Sumer
Waihirere Lane
(Spring Street access laneway)
Tauranga

OPENING TIMES

Friday 5 Nov 10am – 3pm
Saturday 6 Nov 10am – 3pm
Sunday 7 Nov 10am – 3pm

Installation view of Pīpīwharauroa Shining Cuckoo at Sumer in Tauranga.
Image courtesy of the artists and Laree Payne Gallery.

SUMER

Sumer presents, Pīpīwharauroa Shining Cuckoo, a joint presentation with Laree Payne Gallery in Tauranga. Wanting something fun and energetic to look forward to, Sumer and Laree Payne had planned to show at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Tāmaki Makaurau. When plans had to change, Sumer welcomed good friend, Laree Payne Gallery for a joint presentation in Tauranga.

Sumer will show work with colour, life, and good energy, featuring a selection of new and recent works by gallery artists including Henry Curchod, Andrew Hazewinkel, Lara Merrett, Sarah Smuts-Kennedy, Ella Sutherland and Kathy Temin, alongside works by the talented artists represented by Laree Payne.

 

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TENT LOCATION 

Sumer
Waihirere Lane
(Spring Street access laneway)
Tauranga

OPENING TIMES

Friday 5 Nov 10am – 3pm
Saturday 6 November 10am – 3pm
Sunday 7 November 10am – 3pm

Installation view of Pīpīwharauroa Shining Cuckoo at Sumer in Tauranga.
Image courtesy of the artists and Sumer.

CONTACTLESS VIEWINGS TĀMAKI MAKAURAU AUCKLAND

ARTIS GALLERY

ARTIS Gallery had been planning to pop up in Christchurch for a four-day exhibition at the Pūmanawa Exhibition Space at The Arts Centre Te Matatiki Toi Ora. Their inaugural TENT exhibition will now take place at the ARTIS Basement Gallery on Parnell Road, as well as online. ARTIS Gallery will be pleased to show selected works from the online exhibition, by request, in their window viewable from the street.

The presentation will feature works by leading New Zealand artists and international artists, including Llew Summers, George Baloghy, Liam Barr, Nigel Brown, Bronwynne Cornish, Fatu Feu’u, Marian Fountain, Andy Leleisi’uao, Aroha Gossage, Peter Panyoczki, Elizabeth Rees, Jim Wheeler and international artists John Blackburn, Brendan Burns, Ray Ching and Sean Henry.

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TENT LOCATION

The Basement Gallery (contactless viewing)
280 Parnell Road
Parnell
Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland

OPENING TIMES

Friday 5 Nov 10am – 5pm
Saturday 6 Nov 10am – 5pm
Sunday 7 Nov 10am – 5pm

Andy Leleisi’uao, Folipu Village in Kamoa,
Acrylic on canvas, 500 x 400mm.
Courtesy of the artist and ARTIS Gallery

BLACK DOOR GALLERY

Through the mediums of painting and glass New Zealand artists ruminate on stories, both personal and societal, of our backyard. Jump over the fence, run down the road and into your local neighbourhood- what do you see, what do you remember?

This group exhibition was planned to be staged in Ponsonby Central an urban meeting spot where city life converges, food, fashion, art and culture. However, Backyard Stories will now be presented online only.Contactless viewings of TENT artwork available daily at Black Door Gallery, 251 Parnell Road, Parnell, Auckland No bookings required

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TENT LOCATION

Black Door Gallery (contactless viewing)
251 Parnell Road
Parnell
Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland

Mark Wooller, Mount Maunganui Camping, 2021,
oil on canvas, 80 x 100cm,
image courtesy of the artist and Black Door Gallery

FÖENANDER GALLERIES

East of Eden – new works from Michael Dell, Billy McQueen, Roger Mortimer, Neal Palmer, Barry Ross-Smith and Marinda Vandenheede

Alongside this presentation the gallery is proud to be launching Roger Mortimer’s newly published book: Apocrypha: The Maps of Roger Mortimer. To celebrate Apocrypha: The Maps of Roger Mortimer, Föenander Galleries will show – for the first time – a limited edition print, as well as the Auckland debut of a magisterial nine-panel painting.

East of Eden will be shown online and for those passing the gallery, works will be shown on rotation in the window or by request. Contactless viewings are available under Level 3 protocols. Artworks can be also be shipped or contactlesssly dropped off for approval.

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TENT LOCATION 

Föenanader Galleries Auckland (contactless viewing)
455 Mt Eden Road
Mt Eden
Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland

Roger Mortimer, Okakari
Archival pigment on Photoraq Ultrasmooth paper 800 x 800mm (framed)
Edition of 10, Image courtesy of the artist and Föenander Galleries

GOW LANGSFORD GALLERY

For TENT, Gow Langsford Gallery presents a group of new works on paper made by four gallery artists during periods of lockdown and restriction.

The past 18 months have affected us all differently, some artists have found the time productive. This exhibition shows works made by Judy Millar, Sara Hughes, John Pule and New York based Max Gimblett. Despite the challenges of lockdown, for these artists, this period of quiet and solitude has allowed for new expression, and Gow Langsford is pleased to now offer these works out into the public sphere.

Due to Alert Levels, Gow Langsford Gallery will be presenting ONLINE ONLY, but works will be available for contactless viewing from their gallery by appointment.

Read more about Gow Langsford Gallery

TENT LOCATION 

Gow Langsford (contactless viewing)
St James Building
Corner Kitchener and Wellesley Street
Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland

Max Gimblett, The Universe, 2021
Sumi ink, aqua size, Sunrise variegated leaf/
Somerset Satin White 90lbs printmaking paper
1000 x 820mm framed
Image courtesy of the artist and Gow Langsford Gallery

SCOTT LAWRIE GALLERY

Scott Lawrie Gallery was planning to partner with Naumi Studio Hotel Wellington for TENT. The artworks in the planned exhibition will now be viewable in the TENT online presentations, and also through contactless viewing, by appointment at Scott Lawrie Gallery in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.

Sally Gabori, Rebecca Wallis, Nic IvesClare Brodie, Patrizia Biondi, Cruz Jiminez, Oliver King, Rebecca Hazard, Toby Raine, Julina McKinnon, Monique Lacey and Sefton Rani will feature in Scott Lawrie Gallery’s online TENT presentations.

Read more about Scott Lawrie Gallery

Read more about Naumi Studio Hotel Wellington

 

TENT LOCATION

Scott Lawrie Gallery (contactless viewing)
2 Murdoch Road
Grey Lynn
Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland

Sally Gabori, Dibirdibi Country, 2012,
synthetic polymer paint on linen,
1360 x 610mm, image courtesy of
the Estate of the artist and Scott Lawrie Gallery

MASTERWORKS GALLERY

Within reach, featuring works by Cora-Allan Wickliffe, Emma Camden, David Murray, Aaron Scythe, and Galia Amsel.

Within reach was planned for Ahuriri Napier, but due to travel restrictions, will now show online only.  The exhibition offers a brief glimpse of the exciting new works from a select group of artists from Masterworks’ stable. 

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TENT LOCATION

Masterworks Gallery (contactless viewing)
71 Upper Queen Street
Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland

Cora-Allan Wickliffe, Hiapo Toi, 2021
Hiapo, Togo ink and whenua paint, (pukepoto and kokowai are traditional colour Maori used), 590 x 620mm
Image courtesy of the artist and Masterworks Gallery

MOTHERMOTHER

FINGER PRICKS & CURSES an exhibition in collaboration with the West Auckland Resource Centre– a place where recycled fabric and materials can be donated to and accessed by the community.

“Arthritic hands, clearing out the stash, boredom, changes in fashion, lack of time, death, or an inability to concentrate; all could be reasons for abandoned stitch works. These histories may never be revealed…Fifteen mothermother artists have been invited to pick up these discarded works, collaborate with an unknown crafter, and engage in excessive making and concentration, synthesising layered histories, one stitch at a time.”

Artists include Kelly Pretty, Kiriana O’Connell, Teresa Peters, Natalie Tozer, Judy Darragh, Joyce Campbell and her daughter Kuini, Inga Fillary, Hye Rim Lee, Rose Meyer, Sandra Bushby, Michelle Mayn, Jessica Douglas, Robyn Walton, Yukari Kaihori and Ekaterina Dimieva.

This weekend, mothermother are offering open-air contactless viewing of Finger Pricks and Curses from 12 – 3pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Read more about mothermother

Read more about West Auckland Resource Centre

TENT LOCATION

mothermother (contactless viewing)
23 Minnie Street Eden Terrace
Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland

OPENING TIMES

Saturday 6 Nov 12pm – 3pm
Sunday 7 Nov 12pm – 3pm

Judy Darragh, Twist 2021
Found textiles 800 x 300mm
Image courtesy of the artist and mothermother

PAULNACHE

Trip Hazard, by Evan Woodruffe.

PAULNACHE had planned to invite you to the home of artist Evan Woodruffe, to view Trip Hazard, a new suite of works he has made during the lockdown, but under the circumstances, all viewings will need to be virtual.  To arrange a personal virtual tour of the exhibition Trip Hazard in the Evan’s home, with the artist, over the weekend please contact PAULNACHE on +64 27 473 6245 or by email at now@paulnache.com

Many of the works in Trip Hazard were painted at the artist’s apartment during Auckland’s Level 4 Lockdown and it would have been an honour to show them not only in the space that they were composed, but also in the artist’s home. Trip Hazard is an authentically personal presentation that continues the PAULNACHE approach to staging sensitively curated experiences for collectors and art lovers.

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Installation view of Evan Woodruffe’s Trip Hazard. 
Image courtesy of the artist and PAULNACHE,
photo by Arts Diary.

PAGE GALLERIES

Shapes to sleep to, by Ed Bats is a new series of site-specific works which will be shown simultaneously across Kowtow’s Wellington and Auckland retail stores and online. In Auckland, the Ed Bats paintings will be displayed in the windows of Kowtow, making it possible to view them safely from the street. 

This collaboration emerged out of an ongoing creative dialogue and exchange of ideas between the artist known as Ed Bats and Kowtow’s Head Designer Marilou Dadat.

Read more about Page Galleries 

Read more about Kowtow

TENT LOCATION

Kowtow windows (contactless viewing)
Kowtow 6 York Street
Newmarket
Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland

Installation view of Ed Bats, Shapes to sleep to
Installed at Kowtow in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.
Image courtesy of the artist and Page Galleries.

PARNELL GALLERY

Parnell Gallery at The Old Church – new paintings from Greer Clayton, George Gray, Stephen Howard, and Tim Jones.

Having been planned to take place in Te Matau-a-Māui Hawkes Bay, a region renowned for its varied terrain; vast coastlines and endless plains flanked by rolling hills and rugged ranges set under an endless sky, ‘Parnell Gallery at The Old Church’ has been curated with consideration to broader notions of ‘the landscape’ and presents works by established artists that each engage and interpret their subject with a diverse range of abstraction and representation. 

With travel restrictions in place, this exhibition will be presented online, and individual works will be available for viewing in the Parnell Gallery windows, by request.

Read more about Parnell Gallery

TENT LOCATION

Parnell Gallery (contactless viewing)
263 Parnell Road
Parnell
Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland

Stephen Howard, Treesongs in the Night 4
Oil on board, 900 x 1200mm
Image courtesy of the artist and Parnell Gallery

ONLINE ONLY EXHIBITIONS

FINE ARTS, SYDNEY

Fine Arts, Sydney is a gallery that represents artists and presents exhibitions. The programme is intergenerational and international, with a focus on work of our time. For TENT, Fine Arts, Sydney is presenting a new outdoor sculpture by Auckland-based artist Yona Lee.

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Yona Lee
Photograph Sam Hartnett. Courtesy of the artist and Fine Arts, Sydney

FOX JENSEN / FOX JENSEN McCRORY

Fox Jensen was planning to return to Cantabrian, Andrew Jensen’s roots in Ōtautahi for TENT2021, but with current travel restrictions in place, the gallery now presents an online only exhibition: Round Trip – Postponed. 

In the absence of being able to ‘go big’ in the G A Harris metal fabricating factory in Bromley as they had intended for their TENT presentation, Fox Jensen & Fox Jensen McCrory have gone big online,  presenting large scale works by British painter Erin Lawlor, German sculptor Jan Albers, American painters, Liat Yossifor and Winston Roeth, Australians, Tomislav Nikolic, Aida Tomescu and Jenny Topfer, and New Zealand painter Geoff Thornley. The gallery will be also presenting one jewel like piece by British artist Jane Bustin.

Whilst impossible to envisage the scale in which these works would have been viewed, we invite you to use your visual imagination and fingers crossed for 2022.

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Aida Tomescu, Slient Spring 2020
Oil on Belgian linen, 200 x 306 cm (Diptych)
Image courtesy of the artist and Fox Jensen/Fox Jensen McCrory.

MICHAEL LETT

For TENT, Michael Lett is presenting an Online Only exhibition.

Michael Lett’s online exhibition for TENT will feature a selection of works by gallery artists Anouska Akel, Hany Armanious, Dan Arps, Steve Carr, Martin Creed, Julian Dashper, Gavin Hipkins, Zac Langdon-Pole, Michael Parekōwhai, Campbell Patterson, Oliver Perkins, Séraphine Pick, Ian Scott, Peter Stichbury and Imogen Taylor.

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Gavin Hipkins The Homely II: Crystal Palace (Park) 2015
Archival mounted pigment print, 610 x 406mm. Edition 3 of 5.
Image courtesey of the artist and Michael Lett

ROBERT HEALD GALLERY 

For TENT Te Whanganui-a-Tara based gallery Robert Heald Gallery will present a selection of works by gallery artists, including Brent Harris, Nick Austin, Hawkins Bolden, Lewis Fidock & Joshua Petherick, and Susan Te Kahurangi King.

Robert Heald Gallery’s TENT presentation will now be shown online only, with individual works available for viewing by appointment in Wellington.

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Brent Harris, Actaeon, 2021, oil on linen, 2200 x 1600 mm.
Courtesy the artist and Robert Heald Gallery, Wellington

VISIONS 

Visions will present an online only exhibition for the inaugural edition of TENT, featuring a selection of works by Angela Lane, Jae Hoon Lee and Claudia Kogachi.

Visions had intended to display selected works by Angela Lane, Jae Hoon Lee and Claudia Kogachi at popular Auckland eateries Orphan’s Kitchen and Daily Bread. Due to Covid restrictions this display will go ahead but online only – however all artworks that are featured can be viewed by making an appointment with Visions.

 

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Jae Hoon Lee, Castle Rock, 2015,
Chromira print on matt paper, 1740 x 1250mm + frame, edition of 5 + 1 AP
Image courtesy of the artist and Visions