Using this phrase has caught a few people out, but we really do believe we have finished tagging our collection.
Last night was the first peformance of the dance response to our Shifting Lines exhibition and ...
All the hits
Lionel Richie vs Ronnie van Hout - all the hits
Every New Zealand artist ever - seriously!
We are pleased to announce a new way of finding information about New Zealand artists.
On a recent trip to Wellington to attend the excellent Van der Velden symposium at Te ...
This Goes Out to You
These are tricky, venue-lean times for artists in Christchurch, which means exhibitions can turn up ...
Justin's last day
The boxes are packed, the shelves are empty (ish). it's Justin's last day.
To our Guides: Thank you!
Today is International Volunteers' Day so a big shout out and thanks to our dedicated ...
noise to my ears
It really is very good to see a new space has opened up in this town ...
Bill Culbert - 51 Drawings
One of Christchurch Art Gallery's latest Outer Spaces projects involves co-publishing an artist's book by Bill Culbert ...
This Aussie-coined expression was recently named word of the year, but the notion's pretty old ...
Who let the dog out?
I was browsing recently through the online collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art ...
Three fabulous works from the recent Sculpture by the Sea exhibition on the cliffs betrween ...
THE ISLAND OF TOUI POENAMMU
I was fortunate enough to see first hand this stunning map of New Zealand's South ...
What a load of...
Would your work pass the rubbish dump test?
While we're on the theme of what's going on in our basement...
The Future Is Now
If you go down to the basement today....
Fernside art class
Room 10 at Fernside School are doing some amazing school work about art from Christchurch ...
Today is Show Day here in Canterbury. Over at Canterbury Agricultural Park you can see ...
The Gallery's newest exhibition, Shifting Lines, makes for memorable viewing at our Tuam St space.
Very heavy metal
William Morris' mighty Albion press used at the Kelmscott Press to print The Works of ...
Snug as a bug in a polarfleece rug
There was something a little bit sweet about these blankets and old carpets being used ...
Light Passing Into a dark landscape
Today is the centennial of the death of one of New Zealand's most treasured artists, ...
We have our own orange Chinese dragon to contend with now
New exhibition: Shifting Lines
Here's a little from behind the scenes. Shifting Lines opens tomorrow, 9 November, and runs ...
"A man's power is in the half-light, in the half-seen movements of his hand and ...
This is getting Serious!
Releveling activity is in full swing as building repairs ramp up
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From the latest issue
Street Urchins, Blue Moons and Rare Visions
Restoring the dome of the Isaac Theatre Royal.
The Fault is Ours: Joseph Becker on Lebbeus Woods
There was a packed auditorium at CPIT in Christchurch this ...
IT'S WHERE WE LIVE: the encrusted surface of a molten ...
There's a plywood hoarding blocking access to at least half of the Christchurch Art Gallery. The remainder of the perimeter is obscured by the restricted construction area and the hotly contested parking area for all manner of vehicles. It's impossible to see what all this activity is in aid of. You can, however, hear a lot of noise coming from the basement carpark.
From the collection
From the shopBill Culbert: Front Door Out Back
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