An immersive video installation by Kāi Tahu artist Rachael Rakena.
An engrossing selection of abstract art by big-name New Zealand artists
Overflowing with love, conflict and quiet despair, Fahey’s paintings from the 1970s bristle with the intensity of domestic life.
Yellow is a colour with impact – it’s time to encounter its brilliance.
Sunlight, warmth and the lure of escape and travel
A fragmented and poetic wall painting by Natalia Saegusa.
Energies and anxieties from the threshold of the new millennium.
Iconic and unseen early photographs of Christchurch by Laurence Aberhart
An exhibition inspired by a flash of light and a thunderclap.
Marie Shannon's sound work contemplates love, loss, and the longing for emotional connection across distance.
Selected works by Bill Sutton considered from a Kāi Tahu perspective.
Colonial-era portraits represent a legacy that illuminates the present.
Canterbury modernist landscape painting from the collections of Te Puna o Waiwhetu Christchurch Art Gallery, poignantly revised from within a ...
A giant new sculpture on the Gallery roof by Ronnie van Hout.
Reuben Paterson's sparkling elevator installation offers an unexpected space for contemplation and connection.
Séraphine Pick's lush watercolour offers a utopian vision in the car park elevator.
An outdoor painting inspired by wartime Dazzle camouflage.
Martin Creed's completely unequivocal, but also pretty darn ambiguous, work for Christchurch.