Exhibition Archive — 2022
Te Au: Liquid Constituencies
Bonita Bigham, Megan Cope, Erub Arts, Ruha Fifita, Taloi Havini, INTERPRT, María Francisca Montes Zúñiga, Angela Tiatia, Te Waituhi ā Nuku: Drawing Ecologies, Arielle Walker
Len Lye: Atomic Power
Len Lye as political thinker: beyond riotous experimental films to a world at war
Len Lye: Sky Snakes
Seven swirling Sky Snakes make a return to the Gallery for summer.
Shona Rapira Davies: Ko Te Kihikihi Taku Ingoa
Ko Te Kihikihi Taku Ingoa is a memorial to the sacrifice made by the children and people of Parihaka.
Shannon Novak and Pasha Clothier
Public Relations: A performance series
Layne Waerea and Chris Braddock
Fayen d’Evie and Benjamin Hancock
In the Open Window, Te Whanganui-a-Tara-based artist Emerita Baik presents a new installation.
Several degrees of attention
Kate Coolahan, Turumeke Harrington, Ralph Hotere, Sonya Lacey, Rozana Lee, Maria Olsen, Michael Parekōwhai, W A Sutton.
Curated by Māia Abraham, Elle Loui August, Simon Gennard, Amy Weng.
Four local Pasifika visual artists reflect the community, culture and conversations of the Pacific.
Works from the Govett-Brewster Collection
Surveying the Surveyor
Chevron Hassett (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Rongomaiwahine).
There Is No Other Home But This
Areez Katki and Khadim Ali
Curator: Zara Stanhope
Shona Rapira Davies: Ko Te Kihikihi
Shona Rapira Davies (Ngāti Wai ki Aotea) presents the first of two large-scale sculptural installations at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery / Len Lye Centre.