17 Dec 2016 — 20 Mar 2017
All Lines ConvergeAn exhibition of work by Aotearoa New Zealand artists, from the 1970s until today, with key works from the Govett-Brewster Collection
at the centre
not the middle
- Joanna Margaret Paul, O, Seacliff, June 1973 (excerpt)
The Estate of L. Budd
Joanna Margaret Paul
Shona Rapira Davies
Susan Te Kahurangi King
By considering those artists in the collection, as well as selected artists who are not represented, this exhibition takes a broad and experimental approach to the traditional ‘collection exhibition’. Woven into a context of lesser known works by well-known practitioners are more recent works by a younger generation, charting the potential directions of the collection.
A publication accompanying the exhibition includes archival photographic documentation of artists’ installations, newly commissioned artist pages, and an essay by Wellington art historian Kirsty Baker providing historical context to the exhibition.
See behind-the-scenes of the exhibition, including interviews with the artists, footage of artwork making and installation, and interviews with the curators, registrars and exhibition crew.
Download information about the artists and their work