Exhibition Opening 10 Aug 2019.

Photos Mark Dwyer

We opened:

Yuichiro Tamura: Milky Mountain / 裏返りの山
10 Aug - 17 Nov 2019
Japanese artist Yuichiro Tamura’s new exhibition forges unexpected ties between New Plymouth, Aotearoa New Zealand, Mishima and Japan. Milky Mountain / 裏返りの山 features videos, archival materials, an architectural dissection, artworks by Billy Apple from the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery Collection, and original artwork from a graphic comic book produced for the exhibition. Tamura is the 2018 Govett-Brewster Art Gallery International Artist in Residence.

Fiona Clark Raw Material
10 Aug – 17 Nov
Taranaki artist Fiona Clark is a leading figure of New Zealand photography. Owing much to a social documentary tradition, Clark is known for her intimate, arresting photographs that explore issues around the representation of marginalised and under-represented communities.

Waking Up Slowly: Elizabeth Thomson and Len Lye
10 Aug - 17 Nov 2019
A spirited conversation between two indomitable creative forces – one of New Zealand’s leading contemporary artists, Elizabeth Thomson, and arguably the country’s most internationally acclaimed 20th century artist, Len Lye. Together the artists’ work explores the unconscious and conscious human mind as well as some of the darker nooks and crannies of the scientific world.

Open Window – Ana Iti: Beyond the ash cloud
10 Aug – 10 Nov 2019
Wellington artist Ana Iti investigates the process of imbuing geological activity with cultural and personal meaning. Working poetically with audio and text accompanied and grounded by geological materials, Iti explores the natural process of place-making and the language, narrative and memory that follows.