Billy Apple blurs the line between life and art with a new installation that celebrates the triumphant, record-shattering 1995 campaign of the ...
Three paintings by Tony Fomison, Philip Clairmont and Allen Maddox.
A giant new sculpture on the Gallery roof by Ronnie van Hout.
A survey exhibition by a leading New Zealand photographer explores sex, death and the female gaze.
Intricate landscapes and imaginative explorations by renowned New Zealand painter Doris Lusk.
An exhibition of Max Hailstone's most controversial and important series, using the signatures of the rangatira (Māori chiefs) who signed ...
Reuben Paterson's sparkling elevator installation offers an unexpected space for contemplation and connection.
Laurence Aberhart's 1983 photograph of Lyttelton children is displayed on our Gloucester Street billboard.
An outdoor painting inspired by wartime Dazzle camouflage.
The Canterbury landscape as captured by twentieth century painters.
Exploring the expanding impact of cubism through works in the collection.
A painted room which offers space and time for contemplation.
A generous, multimedia selection of animal-themed works, both lively and thoughtful.
Stunning proof of the impact of generosity on the Christchurch collection.
An exhibition of two of New Zealand's most respected painters.
A selection of Canterbury landscape paintings by Victorian artist John Gibb.
Cross-cultural encounter in the Pacific shows whaling as central to the local story.
Contemporary works that create subtle openings for connection and contemplation.
An exhibition exploring the impact of architecture, imagination and memory.
Martin Creed's completely unequivocal, but also pretty darn ambiguous, work for Christchurch.
A big bright mural inspired by the challenges of rebuilding a city. Kay Rosen turns the word 'people' into the foundation for an unexpected ...
Bad Hair Day investigates the wild and wonderful ways of hair through painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography and video.