Lonnie Hutchinson’s intricately cut-out billboard celebrates supportive friendships between womenLonnie Hutchinson’s intricately ...
An artist’s intense love of nature echoes throughout her work.
A recharged contemporary hang to mark 125 years of women’s suffrage.
A collaboration based on an old-school video game.
The Founder’s Paradox uses gaming to reflect on competing political visions for New Zealand’s future.
A selection of the Gallery’s most-treasured historical European artworks.
Exuberant and boisterous, these large paintings by Philip Trusttum will lift the spirits
Uncovering the remarkable, largely unseen work of early New Zealand photographers.
An installation of seven small hexagonal rooms and 100 ceramic heads, each distinctly different from the next, by one of Ōtautahi ...
A fragmented and poetic wall painting by Natalia Saegusa.
Martin Creed's completely unequivocal, but also pretty darn ambiguous, work for Christchurch.