Notes

Tod Greift In Kinderschar by Käthe Kollwitz

Tod Greift In Kinderschar by Käthe Kollwitz

This article first appeared as 'A compelling artist-advocate remembered' in The Press, 22 November 2017.

Pigeon Bay Creek, Banks Peninsula, N.Z. by Nicholas Chevalier

Pigeon Bay Creek, Banks Peninsula, N.Z. by Nicholas Chevalier

This article first appeared as 'A poignant look at Pigeon Bay's past' in The Press, 14 November 2017.

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.

Christchurch Art Gallery Foundation's Fifth Annual Gala Dinner

Christchurch Art Gallery Foundation's Fifth Annual Gala Dinner

London's hottest chefs are coming to town – and you're invited to dinner!

Among the sandhills by Adrian Stokes

Among the sandhills by Adrian Stokes

This article first appeared as 'Sandhills painting's life as nomadic as artist's' in The Press, 15 August 2017.

Te Puna o Waiwhetu remembers Cliff Whiting

Te Puna o Waiwhetu remembers Cliff Whiting

He whare whakairo ki te tohunga, he whare kōrero, he whare rangatira.

'The master carver’s house becomes one that is treasured and is revered.'

Underworld 2 by Tony de Lautour

Underworld 2 by Tony de Lautour

This article first appeared as 'Painting offers a multiverse of symbols' in The Press on 21 June 2017. 

President's Letter, June 2017

President's Letter, June 2017

The new 6pm timeslot for the Friends Speaker of the Month series is proving popular, and it has been great to see so many of you coming out to hear from our fantastic speakers.  

Portrait of John Marshman by Samuel Butler

Portrait of John Marshman by Samuel Butler

This article first appeared as 'Painting's fascinating life mirrors subject's ' in The Press, 15 May 2017.

Your Hotel Brain

Your Hotel Brain

This week we've been installing a new collection exhibition, Your Hotel Brain. It replaces curator Ken Hall's elegant meditation on architecture and memory, Above Ground, in the contemporary collection galleries.

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