New perspectives on ten of the Gallery’s best-loved paintings.
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.
One of the most-loved artworks of the twentieth century
Marie Shannon's sound work contemplates love, loss, and the longing for emotional connection across distance.
Recent photography by an emerging generation of New Zealand artists.
Joyce Campbell’s immersive video work takes the viewer on a journey into the ocean’s fathomless depths, exploring processes of ...
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.
Laurence Aberhart's 1983 photograph of Lyttelton children is displayed on our Gloucester Street billboard.