Daniel Crooks Static No.12 (seek stillness in movement) (detail) 2009–10. High Definition digital video transferred to Blu-ray. 5 minutes 23 seconds, 16:9, colour, sound. Edition of 3, AP1 and AP2. Courtesy of the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery
Daniel Crooks: Seek Stillness in Movement at 209 Tuam Street
Anzac Day opening hours
Both our off-site exhibition spaces are open 10am to 4pm tomorrow.
It's Shakespeare's birthday
So here are some Shakespeare items from our collection
To those visiting or staying in Christchurch this Easter, we'd love to see you at ...
Wish You Were Here
We've had our own crowdfunding success on Boosted in the past, raising money for our ...
Homage or plagiarism?
A guest blog from Auckland curator and art historian Jane Davidson-Ladd on a discovery that ...
Woman visits Christchurch
Toss Woollaston born this day
Sir Toss Woollaston (1910-98) seldom painted urban landscape, and is best known for his characteristically energetic, ...
Statute of Anne
On this day in 1710 the Statute of Anne received Royal Assent, establishing many of ...
Apparently "storeroom" is the magic word that will draw Registrars and Collection Managers like moths ...
Seek Stillness in Movement
If you've forgotten what exactly a 'hectic city-scape' looks like, head down to our space ...
Sara Hughes in Cathedral Square
Sara Hughes's spectacular flag wall in Cathedral Square was brought to completion this week...
30 years ago today...
...Bill Sutton was in the Boboli Gardens in Florence where he painted this exquisite arrangement ...
Humpback and Bottlenose
Some good news this morning
The time-slicing magic of Daniel Crooks returns to Christchurch.
From First Aid to Favourite Art
For the safety of our visitors, it is a requirement that the Gallery's permanent Visitor ...
What You're Saying About Burster Flipper
Positive, bright, colourful, fun and stunning are words that our audiences are using to describe our ...
Art Bites are Back!
Art Bites were always a popular offering at the Gallery, so we've brought them back. ...
On the level
Despite the fact that we're closed, over the past few months one area of the ...
For those of you who got to see the De-Building exhibition way back in 2011, ...
Green with envy
Here's a little collection of works in our collection with links to the Emerald Isle
It's a stick up
Game, as they say, on.
Yesterday descendents of an old Christchurch identity, John Bradley, presented a charcoal drawing by Petrus ...
What is important is that artists lend their voice to expressions of freedom in their ...
But briefly fooled
About four years ago we were contacted by a person who wanted to donate a ...
News from Nassau
I gave the subject of this portrait a shock this week.
It’s not as bad as Dusky Sound…
So said photographer Mark Adams to the brave art lovers who battled through the storm ...
The heavy flooding, fallen trees, insane detours, and generally unpleasant weather are all perhaps best summed ...
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Seeking Stillness in Movement
Time didn't feel like it was on my side on ...
The idea of peppering the vestigial city centre with portraits ...
Watch Rebecca Baumann's mesmerising colour chart in action.
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