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.
Recent photography by an emerging generation of New Zealand artists.
Mid twentieth-century artists focus on people working the land
Colonial-era portraits represent a legacy that illuminates the present.
New works by an internationally acclaimed New Zealand jeweller.
Exquisitely imagined, startlingly strange works by an internationally acclaimed New Zealand artist.
A selection of watercolours by one of Canterbury’s most treasured artists.
See, hear, smell and feel the invisible energies that surround us as Australian artists David Haines and Joyce Hinterding summon unseen ...
Canterbury modernist landscape painting from the collections of Te Puna o Waiwhetu Christchurch Art Gallery, poignantly revised from within a ...
Three paintings by Tony Fomison, Philip Clairmont and Allen Maddox.
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.
A painted room which offers space and time for contemplation.
A generous, multimedia selection of animal-themed works, both lively and thoughtful.
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.
Calm, enigmatic and elegant works of art by Don Peebles.
Tenderness and human longing are revealed in Shannon Te Ao’s award-winning video installations.
Dazzling paintings that are rich in colour, culture and art history
Full to the brim with high energy, sharp-witted artmaking
1960s London set the scene for Carl Sydow’s playful, op-inspired sculptures.