Commentary
Her Own London

Her Own London

I laughed at your note. Our packing was not done until the last minute of the 11th hour, and when we at last got onto the train we could only think how lovely it was to do nothing and think about nothing. However, by now we realise we are really going to England. After 17 days at sea, out of sight of land, N.Z. seems as if it was in another universe.

Exhibition

Wheriko - Brilliant!

Artists play with shadow and light, transforming the familiar into the extraordinary.

Exhibition

We Do This

A recharged contemporary hang to mark 125 years of women’s suffrage.

Notes
Portobello Settee by Jacqueline Fahey

Portobello Settee by Jacqueline Fahey

This article first appeared in The Press on 19 January 2018 as 'A settee with hidden depths'.

Exhibition

Juliet Peter: Where the Line Leads

Delightful observations of character and place, from rural Canterbury to bustling 1950s London.

Notes
Continuous positive I by Shannon Williamson

Continuous positive I by Shannon Williamson

This article first appeared as 'A delicate look at how the body works' in The Press on 27 November 2017.

Exhibition

Jacqueline Fahey: Say Something!

Overflowing with love, conflict and quiet despair, Fahey’s paintings from the 1970s bristle with the intensity of domestic life.

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Closer: Old Favourites, New Stories

New perspectives on ten of the Gallery’s best-loved paintings.

Notes
Untitled [Quentin (Kin) Woollaston Shearing] by Sir Toss Woollaston

Untitled [Quentin (Kin) Woollaston Shearing] by Sir Toss Woollaston

This article first appeared as 'The fine juggling act to create his artwork' in The Press on 8 June 2017.

Exhibition

Natalia Saegusa: Tomorrow Still Comes/He Rā Anō Ki Tua

A fragmented and poetic wall painting by Natalia Saegusa.

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